Epson launches wireless projection app for iOS devices

Well, it’s 2012 and our iPhones still somehow don’t come with built-in pico projectors. But at least Epson has a new app that lets you wirelessly connect to a projector to display your slide shows, quarterly earnings forecasts and vacation photos.

Hands on with Apple’s iTunes U: An education

In university, I used a single clipboard/portfolio to store my notes from every class, then mostly piled the day’s work on the floor according to subject matter. Apple’s iTunes U app makes keeping track of course material ridiculously easy compared to my days of academic foraging.

Guardly app becomes an on-campus safety tool for students

Personal security app Guardly, which launched back in April 2011 on the iPhone and iPod touch, announced Thursday morning that it will now offer a special program for students at 67 universities and colleges across Canada, designed as an extension of on-campus security measures.

Does Apple owe anything to customers whose goods are stolen?

Is Apple responsible for thefts of its products that happen after a user takes possession? I’m inclined to answer with a resounding “no,” but that’s not how everyone feels, according to a recently concluded lawsuit by a Toronto-based lawyer.

Uh-oh, PC: Half of computing device sales are mobile

Is the PC “dead”? Of course not, but if you don’t see the trend moving away from local / desktop computing and towards mobile / cloud computing, you’re missing the sales figures for each market: Nearly 50 percent of recent device sales are mobile.

iOS 5.1 Beta 3 restores 3G toggle, hints at iPod, iPad dictation

Apple released its latest iOS beta on Monday, and details have since emerged that make it a noteworthy update, both for iPhone users and for others waiting in the wings on some of Siri’s features to trickle down to the rest of the iDevice family.

Is facial recognition Apple’s next big innovation refinement?

Apple has a track record of taking products that work but haven’t caught on and redesigning them to give them the appeal that makes them catch fire with the general buying public. Now, there’s a new patent that suggests Apple could tackle facial recognition tech next.

Two Belkin add-ons for iOS cameras, but only one is hot

Apple’s iPhone is no doubt a heavy contributor to the death of point-and-shoots at the hands of smartphones, but it still lacks some niceties of dedicated cameras. New accessories from Belkin, collected under the LiveAction brand, aim to narrow the gap even further.

Better browsing, even offline on mobiles: Evernote Clearly

Since I use multiple mobile devices on various platforms, it sometimes gets to be a chore trying to read saved web pages when offline. I’ve been bouncing back and forth between two great solutions: Instapaper and Read It Later. But both might be trumped by Evernote.