Quip Is Great for Collaborating, but Still a Word-Processing Work in Progress

Quip is a new cloud-based word-processing app for the mobile age. Can it replace more mature products?
Quip Desktop

At Work With Microsoft Office on an iPhone

Office Mobile is a solid app that does a good job of making you forget you’re working on a small screen, but it comes with many limitations, says Katie.
Microsoft Office for iOS

Flickr Jumps Into Mobile Photo Fray With New Insta-Hip Filters

Flickr brings photo filters to the iPhone, and oh yes, ahem, shares to Twitter.

Avid Brings Its “Pro-sumer” Video Editing App to iPad

Avid is best known for its high-end video production tools, as well as its desktop video editing app. Now it’s targeting tablet users.

News Byte

Apple Updates Final Cut Pro X, Addressing Video Editors’ Complaints

Apple has updated the latest version of its video editing software, Final Cut Pro X, addressing some of the complaints video editors had voiced when it was released last June. The updated FCPX now includes multicam editing and advanced chroma-key controls, and supports a new tool for opening up old Final Cut Pro 7 projects.

In and Out Of Office: Putting iPads To Work

A brief primer on how to get such documents into and out of an iPad, and how to view, edit and create them on the tablet.
Putting iPads to Work

Use a Tablet, Save a Tree

Ironic, isn’t it, that Hewlett-Packard touts wireless printing as one of the TouchPad’s big selling points, when the tablet form-factor to some extent obviates the need to print.

Google’s Eric Schmidt Shows Off Movie Studio, a Tablet Video-Editing App

Speaking at Mobile World Congress, the Google executive says that contrary to critics, devices are actually improving human connections. His talk is just getting started. Click here for live coverage from Mobilized’s Ina Fried.

Pixelmator Co-Founder: Mac App Store's 30 Percent Cut "Definitely Worth It"

Here’s a hell of a developer testimonial for Apple’s new Mac App Store. Image-editing app Pixelmator just hit the million-dollar milestone. And it’s been available in the App Store for only 20 days.

"The Social Network" Can Now Call Self "Oscar-Nominated"

“The Social Network,” the movie based on the story of the founding of Facebook, was nominated for eight Academy Awards this morning.