Jared Newman

From his remote outpost in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jared blogs for Time, TechHive and PC World.

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Apple Brings iWork to iPhones, Making a Case for iCloud

Apple’s iWork suite is now available on iPhones and iPod Touches, and it’s free for users who already have the iPad versions.

iWork consists of three programs: Pages for written documents, Numbers for spreadsheets and Keynote for presentations. Each app costs $10. There’s no discount for buying them all at once, but as universal iOS …

Google Wallet Is Coming. Don’t Be Afraid.

At last, Google has revealed its plans to slowly replace credit cards with cell phones in a new initiative called Google Wallet. The service will allow Nexus S 4G owners to buy stuff by touching their phones to Mastercard PayPass kiosks at participating retailers in select cities. If that sounds scary to you, it shouldn’t. Here’s …

Twitter Acquires TweetDeck, Won’t Kill It

Twitter has made its acquisition of TweetDeck official, while trying to assure users that their beloved third-party client won’t go away.

TweetDeck is an excellent tool for Twitter power users, showing news feeds, replies and other customizable categories as a series of columns. It can also pull in news feeds and wall posts from …

Opera Mini Browser Lands On iPad, but It Won’t Replace Safari

Opera’s littlest web browser, Opera Mini, just got a big update for iOS, with optimization for the iPad. This free browser underdog provides a great experience on Apple’s tablet, but it has too many frustrations to fully replace the iPad’s default Safari browser.

There’s a lot to like about Opera Mini on the iPad. The browser’s …

Top 10 Features in Windows Phone’s ‘Mango’ Update

A big update to Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform is coming this autumn, filling in many of the missing pieces that made Microsoft an also-ran in the smartphone wars. But the so-called “Mango” update is more than just a game of catch-up; it also brings a bunch of features that other phones don’t have, or can only add through third-party …

‘Trubador’ Shoulder Case Aims to Strap in iPad Musicians

The iPad is an awesome musical tool, with apps like GarageBand, Korg iElectribe, Mugician and Looptastic. Just one problem: If you’re a performing musician, there’s no easy way to strap in your iPad and strut around the stage.

A couple guys named Casey Ayers and Patrick Duffy think they’ve got the answer with Trubador, an iPad case …

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