Tag: apps

10 apps worth the asking price

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s always easier to try a smartphone or tablet app that’s free to download, but for the most part, those that do cost something don’t go for more than a few dollars. They may not be free, but these paid apps are worth the price of admission.

Two outstanding Calendar and To Do Apps

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Keeping us on track with our schedules and appointments has always been one of the prime functions of our smartphones and computers. Here are some calendar apps that rule our day. 

Review: Slingbox M1 sticks to basic TV place-shifting

By Ted Kritsonis

The Slingbox has been a rare case in that it has essentially offered the same core functionality and gone through few makeovers, yet has evolved enough on both the hardware and software sides to make the cost of entry more affordable with the M1.

Apps for new parents

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla As parents get used to their new babies, the little ones are settling into their routines. Thankfully, there are apps to help along the way.

OpenTable and the evolution of a great idea

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla We recently spent some time at OpenTable’s offices in San Francisco  prior to the company’s acquisition by Priceline for $2.6 billion. Here’s what we learned.

With ‘Project Ion’, BlackBerry wants in on the Internet of Things

By Ted Kritsonis

The Internet of Things may be a broad term, but there is no shortage of tech companies looking to grab a piece of its action, whatever it may be. Count BlackBerry among them, with its announcement of Project Ion, a vague encompassing name that promises to take a whole lot of data and disseminate it into chunks that will make sense on the other end.