James A. Martin

James A. Martin is a seasoned tech journalist and blogger based in San Francisco and winner of the 2014 ASBPE National Gold award for his CIO.com blog. He writes CIO.com's Living the Tech Life blog and is also a content marketing consultant.

5 new and noteworthy features in iOS Evernote

10 Evernote tips to organize your info in 2017

10 Evernote tips to organize your info in 2017

Whether you're an Evernote newbie or a proud power user, these 10 tips can elevate your digital note-taking to a new level of productivity.

Fitbit app now offers guided Fitstar workouts

Fitbit app now offers guided Fitstar workouts

Fitbit's updated mobile app now provides recommendations for workouts via the companion Fitstar app, but some features are only available to subscribers.

10 must-see social media marketing successes

10 must-see social media marketing successes

Social media gained even more steam in 2016, and smart companies such as Starbucks, Red Bull, Arby's and Chobani took to Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social channels to reach new customers and build brand loyalty.

 What marketing pros need to know about live video in 2017

What marketing pros need to know about live video in 2017

According to the nearly 70 digital marketers, live video is poised to explode on social platforms in 2017. Here's what CMOs and marketing pros should know about this new customer-engagement format.

How to easily transfer iPhone data to Android

How to easily transfer iPhone data to Android

For iOS users who want to escape Apple's walled garden, the path to Android is now smoother thanks to a new Google Drive feature, as well as some other trusty tools.

5 easy ways to fight mobile app fatigue

5 easy ways to fight mobile app fatigue

If the majority of mobile apps have lost their luster, have no fear, you're not alone. These five strategies can help you overcome app fatigue and declutter your devices just in time for the new year.

Fitbit's best activity tracker just got even better

Fitbit's best activity tracker just got even better

Fitbit's Charge 2 is the best all-around fitness wearable money can buy, and a substantial firmware update recently made the impressive tracker even more formidable.

Every Apple user should download the new Support app

Every Apple user should download the new Support app

If you're planning to give (or receive) a new Apple product during the holidays, the company's excellent new Apple Support app could come in handy.

6 good reasons not to buy Huawei's Fit wearable

6 good reasons not to buy Huawei's Fit wearable

The latest Huawei fitness tracker, Fit, has an always-on watch face, up to six days of battery life, and you can swim with it. But those are the only good things the device has going for it.

3 worthy wearables that could replace your Fitbit

3 worthy wearables that could replace your Fitbit

If you want to kick off 2017 with a new wearable fitness tracker or smartwatch but aren't sure if Fitbit is right for you, check out these three alternatives from Apple, Garmin and TomTom.

Apple's new TV app has some sad shortcomings

Apple's new TV app has some sad shortcomings

Apple replaced the Videos app in iOS with TV, new software that aims to enable single sign-on access to multiple video sources. The app helps unify the streaming video experience, but it also fails to deliver in some key areas.

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