Every man knows that nothing will ever beat a good old fashioned straight blade shave from your local barber shop. But when pressed for time in the morning
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Disney Movie Anywhere—launched on the iTunes store earlier this year—is now bringing the Disney movie app to Android and Google Play.
As smart devices begin to leave the realm of fantasy and enter reality, here are five apps that will help users set up their very own connected home.
Slate comparisons would be incomplete without a side-by-side review of the iPad mini 3 versus Samsung Galaxy Tab S. Here's a breakdown of the big features.
Connected cars are already changing the way we experience mobile communication. Here's how they will continue to do so in the future.
Smartphones are changing the way we do everything, and finding work is no exception. Here are three of the best apps to make money on your own time.
With Google's recent acquisition of Nest and Apple's launch of HomeKit, a Nest versus HomeKit battle to take over the connected home just got started.
In the first three days of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus release, Apple sold 10 million units. Despite the hype, there are a few reasons you may want to wait.
Apple finally released the long-awaited iOS 8 on September 17, which includes Health, an app designed to organize health information, and HealthKit.
Google and Apple both recently introduced new ways to aggregate and organize health data on mobile devices.
Google has started rolling out Android apps on Chromebooks, including Evernote, Duolingo, Sight Works, and Vine.