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If the thought of holiday shopping has you down, let the IF and DO apps make the task easier with these three recipes, which are a snap to add to your Android device.
Traditional BI is far too slow to be of use to machines. Matt Asay explains.
Looking for an easy way to automate the task of saving your Android battery? IF now has a channel just for that. Jack Wallen shows you what you need to do.
Two weeks of travelling across the world have proven the iPad can legitimately function as a primary computer for an executive -- if you're willing to put up with some minor frustrations.
Convergence is a buzzword that companies like Canonical have been working towards for a while. Jack Wallen opines that the real convergence should happen on a data level, not a UI level.
Microsoft shops aren't the only beneficiaries of Apple's introduction of free web-based iWork apps for Windows users (via a new iCloud beta). Erik Eckel explains.
Humanity is evolving in many ways thanks to mobile devices. But are all the changes for the better?
It IS possible to gain control of your rambunctious feed and maximize Twitter's business potential. Jack Wallen looks at several apps that can help.
If the click bait is winning the war against your productivity, these two tools can help you reclaim your focus and better manage your time.
Microsoft COO Kevin Turner told an audience at the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference that economy Windows 8 laptops and tablets are on the way.