One of the best things about Evernote is its ability to couple with a variety of other apps and services to expand its reach. By tapping into these tools, you can more easily bring articles, notes, contacts, and other information into your favorite workspace. Here are five to get you started.
By moving remote-controlled outlet and light bulb switches onto a local Wi-Fi network, Hook promises to enable a smart home for under $100.
Vivaldi Technologies released the third technical preview of Vivaldi, the browser for power users, on Wednesday with a bunch of new features. The browser is still missing the promised mail client, but it now has a novel way to handle multiple tabs, and the note-taking feature has improved.
If Siri sent you encouraging messages about your activity and sleep patterns, she would look a lot like Lark, a conversational wellness coaching app for iOS. Now the app is tackling food-tracking with Tuesday's update for iOS and its launch on Apple Watch.
Instead of jolting you into action, Windows 10's notifications seem eager to put your mind at ease.
We expect some surprises from Microsoft during the Build 2015 developer conference that starts Wednesday. One has already slipped out: It appears the company plans to bring third-party apps to Outlook.com under the Apps for Outlook program.
I'll give Valve some credit here: When its community is mad, it listens. Following four days of upheaval, Valve decided late Monday to pull the plug on its controversial paid mods feature for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, though there's always a chance we'll see it return in a different (more refined) form later on.
Alienware's Graphics Amplifier has been described as the Holy Grail of mobile gaming. I think that's going too far. The Holy Grail of laptop gaming would be the ability to upgrade your laptop graphics like a desktop, using off-the-shelf parts.
Microsoft, it's time. For the past year the company's promised that Windows 10 would finally turn the tide in the company's favor. The chance to prove that starts Wednesday, as Microsoft's Build developer's conference opens in San Francisco.