Although Chrome for Android is a super browser, I’m shocked that there’s still no native method to show just the content of a web page without ads or annoying distractions. Safari for iOS has this function and these steps replicate it on Android.
Square is leveling the playing field for merchants who take their credit cards over the phone rather than swipe them with Reader. Instead of waiting a month to get paid, they’ll only wait 1-2 days.
Feedly now offers a paid service with added features. But is it the right choice for users? Here’s what you get for your money.
Sony’s newest e-reader, the Reader PRS-T2, may appeal mainly due to the $129 price tag. But the ability to share passages on Facebook and integration with Evernote make it even better. Evernote is superb for clipping web content for viewing later on nearly any device.
Sony’s new Wi-Fi Reader is the only e-reader it introduced this year. It’s good that Sony is streamlining what was an unnecessarily complicated product line, but now that all the eggs are in one basket, how does the device stand up to the competition?
Adobe today announced Acrobat X, the latest iteration of its family of PDF creation and reading tools. PDF authoring tool Acrobat gets several new features designed to improve business collaboration and productivity, while Reader introduces support for a wider range of content types and collaboration tools.
More efficient use of our RSS readers can have a big impact on our overall productivity. As Google Reader is one of the more widely-used RSS readers, I thought it would be a good idea to share some tips for getting the most out of it.
Any user that reads a lot of Mac-centric blogs may have heard of Instapaper, which is most easily defined as “A simple tool to save web pages for reading later.” After four days, I’m completely convinced that this is not a tool I could live without.
Cries of outrage — and conspiracy theories — have erupted over a new feature in Apple’s latest version of the Safari browser. The “Reader” setting extracts just the text from a page, excluding advertising. But claims that this will destroy ad-based content online are absurd.
If you still haven’t made up your mind yet about Buzz, here are some useful tips for customizing and automating the service so that it can work with your other social networks. We’ll also look at some ways to share messages and links via Buzz with specific groups.