Apple-evangelist-turned-Android-convert Guy Kawasaki explains his reasons for switching platforms.
ReadWrite took three of the most powerful tablets on the market and pitted them against each other in video tests three crticial areas: user interface, Web browsing and document sharing.
ReadWrite pits the Microsoft Surface with Windows RT against the third-generation New iPad in a video torture test. The results might surprise you.
Apple announced the iPad Mini, a 13-inch MacBook Pro with retina display, a sleek new iMac, and even more hardware and software updates at an event today. Here’s the recap.
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There are a lot of ways to get your 2012 Olympics fix. Here’s how to do, whether or not you’re a cable subscriber.
Touchscreens have proven fertile ground for physics-based puzzle games. While slingshot-knocking, match-3-dropping, ragdoll-flinging titles tend to dominate the genre, we love one game in particular for abandoning the formula and letting players partake in – you guessed it – bridge building. Bridge Constructor will have you managing budgets and selecting building materials in an attempt […]
If you have room for one more zombie game on your mobile device, it should definitely be Madfinger’s Dead Trigger. With next-gen particle effects, ragdoll physics, and meticulously detailed environments, this first person shooter is well worth 99 cents.