The quasi-search engine offers results that can be incredibly deep and interesting, but also obscure.
We know, Mom. We don’t have to get you anything. You don’t want to be a bother. But you wouldn’t turn down a fashionable netbook, a top-notch camera, or a cool music player, right?
We look at a video recommendation service, a project manager, and a service for sharing your computer screen with colleagues far away.
Want to know what happened each month in 1424? Google's new search tool can tell you.
These new sites and services try to read your mind and the minds of other Web users to bring you exactly the information you want.
Developers of the Touch Book say it can operate like a netbook or like a tablet PC.
Web service creates a discussion thread from an email with storage for photos, videos and more.
New Web service tries to match home owners with banks to make it easier to finance a home.
This spring's DEMO conference has many fewer companies and a smaller audience.
This month we look at an online collaboration tool, a flowchart creator, and an alerts service.
Breaking up with someone can be awkward. Can Web 2.0 tools like Twitter and YouTube help? You bet!
The company says it analyzes the worth of your messages to figure out which ones to store for offline viewing. But I'm unconvinced.
System for accessing email without a net connection works in your browser, syncs thousands of messages.