You’ve Come a Long Way, Silicon Valley

Katie looks back at how products geared to women shaped the technology industry.

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

KatieCam: What’s On Nuance CEO Paul Ricci’s Bookshelf (Video)

Because Siri won’t read “War and Peace” to you.

Breathe, Relax, Repeat: Devices for Inner Peace

Katherine Boehret looks at two sensors that aim to help users get to a calmer zone.

Fresh Design Brightens Evernote 5

Evernote 5, a revamped version of the free service to store all sorts of documents, purrs with fluid features and playful design elements.

Custom Magazine Focuses on the Big Pictures

A new edition of Zite, an app that assembles online stories into a personalized digital magazine, puts a lot of emphasis on visuals.

With New Sizes and Features, iPods Grow Up

Katie reviews the new version of the iPod touch and the iPod nano.

Not Ready for iPhone 5? Upgrade Offers Some New Tricks.

The good news for current iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users is that they’ll get many of the 200 new features in Apple’s free update for mobile software, iOS 6.

TiVo Stream Gets Viewers Off the Couch

TiVo’s new Stream device sends content to up to four mobile devices at home and wirelessly downloads programs to watch out of the house.

What You Might Not Know About Your iPhone and iPad

How well do you really know your iPhone? Katie tells you 10 things you might not know your iPhone and iPad can do.

Aereo Shines With Limited Live TV on the Go

Podcast Hunter Tracks Down the Web’s Best

Bing Goes Sleek and More Social

A Wedding App That Gives the Guests a Part

Letting Your Fingers Do the Photo Editing

A Photo App That Makes “Awesome” a Verb

Digging Deeper Into Roots With Spruced-Up

Using Another Screen to Interact With the TV

A Few New Reasons to Reunite With

In Your Hands, Just What You Want to Read

Hotel Booking for Procrastinators or the Picky

A Device for When You’re Hurt, Lost or Feeling Scared

Apple Helps Devices Get Their Heads in the Cloud

Keeping Family, Sitter and Car on One Calendar

Group Messaging for the Rest of Us