The 4-star or above reviews this month include two USB 3.0 secure portable hard drives, Adobe Photoshop for the iPad, the Nokia Lumia 900, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, HTC One S, the new Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight, Google Drive, and a variety of other gadgets and gizmos.
Early forecasters who opined that the iPad would only ever be used as a content consumption device have one more reason to eat crow. The Grand Poobah of desktop image editing, Adobe Photoshop, has released a tablet-focused version of its software--and the app is an impressive content creation tool indeed. While (expectedly) not as fully featured as its desktop counterpart, Photoshop Touch packs a lot more functionality than other apps in its category. But at $10, Adobe's Photoshop Touch app costs $5 more than Snapseed and Apple's own iPhoto. Is it worth the extra money?