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Jack Wallen reviews the bq Aquaris M10 tablet and he's impressed. If you've been on the fence about Ubuntu Touch, this might just assuage those unpleasant feelings.
As tablet sales stall, cloud publishing platform Madefire explains why 'motion' books are the future of publishing.
Don't spend more than you have to on airfare. There are lots of good apps that can point you to the best deal.
You don't have to unleash an earsplitting whistle to hail a cab. These smartphone apps offer a simple (and quieter) way to arrange a ride.
The Apple accessories maker has finished updating its BookBook for iPhone wallet case for the iPhone 6 and released it on the world. Here's my review.
If phone calls from spammers and hidden numbers are driving you crazy, Jack Wallen has a possible solution for that madness in a gem called Truecaller.
Periodically performing a few key steps can help ensure your Apple contacts remain relevant and accurate, regardless of which device is used to access the information.
Hardware engineer Andrew 'bunnie' Huang on how his path to building an open source computer started with a childhood fascination with the Apple II and why we need to rediscover open hardware.
Users must now manage more passwords than can mentally be tracked. Fortunately, several effective iOS tools exist for managing credentials. Here are four of the best ones currently available.
Jack Wallen examines three of the most popular mobile app building services for Android to see if they're ready for prime time.