Getting stuff done isn’t always easy. Whether you’re procrastinating a bit too much, or forgetting about tasks altogether, it might be time to try out a productivity app on your Android or iOS device.
Jamie Hyneman builds elaborate robot spiders, then races them with Adam Savage in the final episode of the "Jamie's Racing Spiders" Web series.
IFTT's new standalone Do apps for iOS and Android simplify the tasks you do every day. Here are a few awesome ways to use them.
Love the free version of Evernote, but want a taste of the new premium features? Check out this quick way to activate the business card scanning feature for free.
At the company's developer conference, Evernote adds a few new features to its note-taking system, including chat and contextual connections.
Some users have problems accessing the popular online note-taking service after hackers overwhelm the company's servers.
Get 'em hooked while they're young. Google offers schools a free online tool called Classroom, and it's marketing Chromebooks for education. Also, Evernote syncs with LinkedIn for scanning business cards.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with a range of free subscriptions to apps, social networks, and news sites including Evernote, Endomondo, RunKeeper, and The Wall Street Journal.
Join the Evernote beta test group and gain access to their newest feature on your Android device.
With its update for iOS 7, Evernote gives you greater control over the information that shows up on your home screen as well as its color.
Evernote meets SwiftKey in this note-taking app with a predictive keyboard.
MacBook Pro running slow?
Speed up your MacBook by reclaiming hard-drive space with these quick and easy tricks.