Browse for stuff on your phone, take a screenshot, and SnapUp makes that info shop-able.
There's nothing sexy about font management. Designers often have hundreds of typesets to sort through, and keeping track of them all can be a big pain, especially when a deadline is looming. With an elegant WYSIWYG interface that focuses on organization rather than activation, Fonts opens up your suitcase wide enough to show you everything inside, and just might eliminate the pesky trial-and-error method.
Betcha don't know all these nifty tricks and time-saving tips to boost your productivity.
Is it the high price, the anemic app selection, or the gimmicky features? Yes.
Can you be productive with a tablet? You betcha, provided you buy the right one.
A couple of new network attached storage (NAS) devices have been launched by Seagate, with the company aiming at home office workers as well as office environments with up to 50 people. The new units are simply called Seagate NAS and Seagate NAS Pro, and the company boasts Seagate technology throughout the device, from the hard drives, to the chassis and the software.
You can use the built-in Camera app on your phone to shoot (even in slow-mo) and then import that footage into Vine. Finally.
Gigabit broadband is coming to Silicon Valley, and it's a race to see whether AT&T's GigaPower service makes it before Google Fiber.
Google's Street View software and now-infamous bubble trucks are nifty, but old hat when it comes to virtual mapping. The newest craze: mapping nifty spots on the globe yourself. The company created its 360-degree Photo Spheres panorama option back in October 2012 for stock Android phones; since then, it's earned a place within the Google Play store and as of Tuesday, a spot on iOS. Naturally, we had to take Google's new Photo Sphere Camera app for a spin; here are some early thoughts.
HTC's specs claim the talk and standby times for the Windows Phone version of its One (M8) are better than those of its Android counterpart