1. Reviews
    First look: Microsoft Office for iPad takes aim at iWork

    When Apple announced that its iWork suite would be bundled, free of charge, with new iOS and Mac devices, it seemingly slammed the door on Microsoft’s...

  2. Reviews
    Canon PIXMA MG7160

    Over the years we’ve tested and owned a number of Canon PIXMA printers, so we were keen to get our hands on one of the latest models, the MG7160....

  3. Blogs
    Wall to wall Apple: How iOS could make its way into your home

    Our residences are long overdue for a technological makeover. More and more electronics have, over the years, found their way into houses and apartment....

  4. News 2
    Microsoft announces Office for iPad, extending productivity to all iOS devices

    Microsoft officially announced Microsoft Office for iPad on Thursday, pushing Microsoft’s office suite onto the most popular tablet in the market....

  5. Gadget Guide
    WD My Passport Pro

    WD’s My Passport Pro is the first portable Thunderbolt-powered dual-drive, offering read and write speeds up to 233MB/s from two 2.5in hard drives...

  6. Blogs
    Office for iPad could have security implications both good and bad

    Microsoft is widely expected to announce Office for iPad tomorrow, which could have both positive and negative security implications for businesses...

  7. App Guide
    Day-O

    As someone who has a regular schedule of weekly meetings and appointments – work meetings, after-school sports for my kids, and so on – it’s...

  8. News
    New MacBooks this year?

    A new report in Digitimes suggests that Apple is preparing to release new MacBook models some time this year. The line-up will purportedly include...

  9. Reviews
    HP ENVY 120 e-All-in-One

    HP’s long pedigree in the printer business has been built through a reputation for reliability and solid performance. The ENVY 120 is a multifunction...

  10. Blogs
    Apple engineer recalls the iPhone’s birth

    In February 2005, Apple Inc’s then chief executive, Steve Jobs, gave senior software engineer Greg Christie an ultimatum. Christie’s...

  11. Help
    How to use the iTunes Wish List

    In iTunes 11.1.4, Apple made it a lot easier to work with your Wish List, that virtual shopping cart where you can store items you want to buy in...

  12. News
    Apple settles Belgian guarantee dispute

    Apple has settled a legal dispute with Belgian consumer organisation Test-Aankoop over its warranty practices, the consumer organisation said on Monday....

  13. Help
    How to use Tumblr’s new two-factor authentication

    Another major online service is making your login more secure. Yahoo-owned Tumblr announced on Monday that two-factor authentication is finally...

  14. News
    Facebook spends US$2 billion on virtual reality firm, but analysts are sceptical

    Facebook said late on Tuesday that it is shelling out US$2 billion to scoop up a company that makes virtual reality gaming glasses. That’s a...

  15. App Guide
    PDFpen 1.7 for iPhone and iPad

    For me, Smile Software’s PDFpen for iPad ($15.99) and iPhone ($5.49) work as adjuncts to PDFpen Pro, the desktop version of the same app. Admittedly,...

  16. News
    Australian co-founder of Chomp is leaving Apple

    In 2012, Apple acquired Chomp, an Australian company that designed an app enabling users to search the iOS App Store more intelligently. Chomp’s...

  17. News
    500 million iPhones sold?

    Between the launch of the first iPhone in 2007 and the end of 2013, Apple sold 472 million of the various versions of its smartphone. This figure...

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