CNET reports from the Detroit Auto Show 2014.
The service gives you a home for your music, movies, and photos, which you can upload and access via your smartphone or tablet. But it's a little buggy.
Fine-tune your mail archive, customize follow-up reminders, attach a file to a new message in a jiffy, create a custom spell-check dictionary, hide when minimized, and switch quickly to another Office app.
Arizona VoIP provider claims Apple's use of the iCloud name copies its name and causes confusion over competing products.
Molly Wood is getting fed up with Facebook and the friction from its "frictionless" sharing.
Page-saving service Iterasi gets widgets and feeds.
If you don't have a "print as PDF" option in your browser, you may want to check out PDFmyURL, a new service that does just what it says, and well.
Organize and safeguard your messages by storing them in separate folders on your hard drive or other local storage device.
DAM software gets updated.
The system-wide spell check in OS X has been a welcome addition to the Mac platform, and many developers have implemented it in their programs. However, in some instances this feature may suddenly stop working.
Gmail on Safari just got better, but it's a far cry from what could be built into a native version. We explore what's possible with upcoming additions to the iPhone's SDK.