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Microsoft recently announced new and improved features coming soon to the OneNote for iOS app, plus a new OneNote app specifically for Android Wear smartwatches. Tony Bradley expla...
Managing your life and keeping track of important information is easy if you just make OneNote a habit.
In part two of the Evernote vs. OneNote comparison, Patrick Gray focuses on the usability difference between the applications.
A report claims Microsoft will be launching its OneNote service on the Mac, free, later this month.
Google Chromebooks are growing in popularity, but the experience can feel foreign to some. Here are some apps to make it feel like home for desktop users.
Innovative technology is rapidly changing the way we use a camera. In the future, we will do much more than just record, share, and stream photos and videos.
When TechRepublic interviewed Lenovo executive Tom Butler at CES 2014, we got the details of Lenovo's 28-inch 4K monitor that costs $799 and doesn't require a special PC to run it.
TechRepublic's Jason Hiner has warmed up to Google Glass the second time around. See what's new and how we'll be turning our attention to wearable computing in business in 2014.
Take a look at US3 Device, a multi-functional device that works with both Android smartphones and Apple iPhones.
Find out how to use the S Pen on the Samsung Galaxy Note tablet with the Calendar, browser, and image clipping tool.