An Apple Watch is elegant in design, so to many people a protector seems repugnant. There are good reasons to get one, and here’s a look at some options.
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Microsoft just announced Outlook, Wunderlist, Yammer, and Translator for the Apple Watch. As well as apps for its services on Android Wear devices.
Microsoft rebranded its Xbox Music service to coincide with the Windows 10 launch, and now it’s available on all major mobile platforms, including iOS.
While all of the world’s eyes are on Windows 10 for the desktop, Microsoft today is rolling out a small update for Windows 10 Mobile preview. Here’s a look.
I’m a digital junkie, but when one is travelling to another country, that’s a problem. Here’s my thoughts on what to do, and would like your input as well.
The cost of apps for your smartphone or tablet can add up in a hurry. Here’s some tricks for saving a few bucks on paid apps or even get them for free.
Amazon’s Echo has you pretty well covered for audio from services like Pandora and Prime Music, but you can also connect your mobile device via Bluetooth.
Smartphone photography is constantly growing and growing. Here are a few tips you can use on taking your images from “good” to “great”.
Windows Mobile Insiders will be happy. On Friday the company announced it’s rolling out the latest build of Window Mobile, build 10166 which addresses several bugs.
The Microsoft OneDrive app for Android was recently updated and has includes the ability to beam your photos and videos to your TV via Chromecast.
Microsoft today released the newest version of Windows 10 mobile build 10149 for Windows Insiders. Here’s a look at what’s new in this most recent build.
Microsoft released the new version of Office for Android phones. You no longer need a tablet to use the full desktop-like capabilities of Microsoft Office.
Yosemite and iOS 8 allow you to provide remote support on the device, but if you have a PC or older Mac or version of iOS, we have a solution for that too.
Typing a password to unlock your device gets tedious, but Google is making it easier to unlock the Chromebook if you have your Android phone with you.