Side-by-side multitasking -- long available on Android -- comes to the iPad with iOS 9.
Apple's updated mobile operating system, iOS 9, gives iPads a handful of new features including split-screen viewing.
The sought-after feature comes with the new iOS 9, though simultaneous side-by-side use of apps will only be available for the iPad 2.
This Mac app lets you save the size and position of your windows so you can better juggle all of your open apps.
Constantly switching from one app to another is for amateurs. The Note 4 gives you the ultimate built-in productivity tool.
Both iPhone and iPad users will also be able to more easily start or answer a Skype chat or phone call.
A single home button has long pulled double duty when it comes to multitasking on your iOS device.
The feature is reportedly destined for iOS 8 but won't be shown at next week's WWDC, says a New York Times tech reporter.
On which I respond to Steve Guttenberg, and many haters, about the “correct” way to listen to music.
Don’t judge others by how they listen. Don’t presume superiority because you listen differently than most. This is a condescending trend that has to stop.