Why You Don't Need Facebook to Sell Stuff

A Forrester study says Facebook offers online retailers few returns.

What Microsoft’s IE9 Moves Mean For You

Microsoft is making some bold moves in the browser space, but how that might affect your computing experience has yet to be seen.

Four Features the BlackBerry PlayBook Should Have

We have our ideas. What would you like the PlayBook to do?

Facebook Questions Can Work, But Creative Crowdsourcing Can Dazzle

Facebook Questions lets you gather information about what your customers might and might not like, but crowdsourcing can go way beyond that.

Can RIM's Cloud Push Recapture BlackBerry Magic?

BlackBerry's Link to the Cloud Offers Mixed Bag For Business Users

The Post-PC Era: Don’t Hold Your Breath

Despite Steve Jobs' rhetoric to the contrary, here's why we're not about to enter a world without PCs.

BMW Aims For Cars to Take E-mail Dictation

BMW’s voice-to-text system lets drivers compose e-mails and text messages hands-free as they drive.

Salesforce Service Cloud 3 Adds Customer Social Networking

Salesforce Service Cloud 3 Helps to Connect With Customers

There's No Clear Winner in Google's Search 'War'

If this is a Google war, there's no clear winner

BlackBerry Gets the Gist for Contacts Apps

BlackBerry has purchased software maker Gist, which offers a nifty app for aggregating information about your contacts with social networking-like features. Will it make Blackberries interesting again?

Avoid Smartphone and Wi-Fi 'Gotchas' with Skype Hotspots

Skype is offering pay-as-you-go Wi-Fi services at hotspots around the world--and it looks like it the price will be right.

Windows Nokia Phones: Microsoft Should Make the PC Connection

The Microsoft and Nokia alliance hopefully will set the stage for phones that are truly compatible with PC networks.

Will HP's TouchPad Rival the iPad? Wait and See

HP offered details about its TouchPad WebOS slate, but next to the iPad and other tablets, it remains to be seen how small businesses will benefit.

Drobo's Storage Line Fits Small and Home-Based Businesses

Drobo’s new storage products offer interesting, easy-to-use, and inexpensive features for small office, home office (SoHo) users.

Get a Dial-Up Connection When Disaster Strikes

Whether a natural disaster or something more nefarious causes you to lose an Internet connection, dial-up can offer online access when all else fails.