The Apple Pencil is a valuable tool for marking up documents by hand on the iPad Pro. CIO.com tested the new stylus along with four different note-taking apps, to find the best software for hand-drawn text and image markup.
Stories by James A. Martin
Fitbit's recent software upgrades add auto exercise monitoring to its high-end activity trackers, among other features, but with the holidays right around the corner, it's time for the company to release new hardware.
The hockey-puck-shaped Karma Go gadget generates a Wi-Fi network that provides unlimited mobile data without a contract, wherever there's Sprint network coverage. However, security-conscious travelers should be aware of a potential deal-breaker.
Despite proven health benefits, most people don't drink enough water and very few take the time to manually track the amount they drink each day. A new connected water bottle is designed to solve these problems — and it works well.
Devoted Dragon desktop software users will appreciate the new $15-per-month, cloud-based Anywhere service, which provides on-the-go text dictation and formatting via an Android app, but the premium features are overkill for most people.
Google's RankBrain search-algorithm update has been live for months, but the company just recently confirmed the existence of the new machine-learning component. Here's a breakdown of RankBrain, along with a list of few important things digital marketers need to know.
These five mobile apps for Android and iOS devices can help you shop for holiday groceries and gifts, find the best routes to wherever you're going, work off dessert consumed and, if you must, count calories.
The new Watson Trend app puts IBM's machine-learning, natural-language-processing, big-data-crunching platform to work for you to help you find information on products of interest. Unfortunately, the 'insights' it provides are mostly common sense.
If you can only have one, you’ll want to check out these reasons for choosing the iPad Pro over the MacBook – and vice versa.
Apple's Pencil, designed specifically to work with the iPad Pro, is still scarce. But for half the cost of Apple's stylus, you can get FiftyThree's Pencil, which works well with Apple's new tablet.
On the iPad Pro's launch date, Apple's new Smart Keyboard was missing in action. But CIO.com reviewer James A. Martin found plenty of Logitech Create keyboards, also designed for the iPad Pro, available. Here's why he may be sticking with Logitech's keyboard.
The Evernote iOS app is ready for Apple's iPad Pro, thanks to new sketch and handwriting features. However, Microsoft still offers the best mobile stylus and annotation experience.
During the holiday season, your already endless streams of unwanted email and junk 'snail mail' only escalate. These two apps can help you battle the deluge and reclaim your mailboxes.
The vast majority of third-party iOS apps don't yet support Apple's new 3D Touch feature, but we found six worthy downloads that let you hard press app icons and within apps to boost your efficiency and productivity.
CIO.com's resident tech reviewer James A. Martin shares a set of unique mobile apps and their associated devices, all of which he reviewed during the past few months and continues to use every day.