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Android Lovers: Don't Overlook the Nook

Here are six reasons why the Nook Color e-reader is the best Android tablet you can buy today….and three features that could make it even better.


6 Best Android Honeycomb Tablets You Can Buy Now

And 6 more iPad alternatives that are still on the drawing board.


Hands-On: 4 Remote-Desktop Services

Remote access to your home computer can be quick and easy.

Double Your Screens; Double Your Fun

7 dual-screen devices you can buy now (or hopefully soon).

Dual-screen Devices You Can Buy Now (or Hopefully Soon)

Are two screens better than one? In recent years, device makers have been exploring this question with mixed results.

7 Hard-to-Find Internet Explorer 9 Add-Ons

Internet Explorer has never had a robust community of developers, but we searched far and wide and did find seven useful add-ons for IE9.

Google Chromebook: The Good, the Bad and the Beta

Here's how the Chromebook stacks up after a two-month test drive in real-world conditions.

2011: Year of the Desktop App Store?

Desktop app stores are popping up all over the place--will this be the year of the non-mobile app store?

Acrobat and Its Alternatives: 4 Ways to Edit PDFs

There are plenty of free tools to help you create PDF documents. Here are options that help you editing existing PDFs.

6 Internet Explorer 9 Beta Pros and Cons

Here are six things about the latest Microsoft Web browser we really like. And six which we think could use some more work before IE9 sees a final release.

Free Services That Store, Sync and Share Your Files

"Syncing to the cloud" may sound like marketing-speak, but it's actually a convenient thing to do: Upload your important files to an online server and access them from anywhere.

6 Reasons Why Adobe Flash Isn't Going Away

Flash's content protection and popularity among online advertisers is just one reason Adobe's technology won't disappear any time soon, no matter what Steve Jobs says.

10 Top Firefox Apps

Mozilla's underlying Web browser technology also runs non-browser applications -- Here are some favorites.