At one-third the cost of Acrobat, you get all the standard PDF and creation features and a more intuitive interface. However, there are some 1.0 interface missteps.
SOS owns their own storage and uses your keys for encryption. It's also reasonably priced and supports you mobile devices. What's not to love?
OCZ's controller plus Toshiba's NAND equals a fast and affordable consumer SSD.
This app speaks translations in 54 languages, and Windows Phone's predictive texting and speech recognition makes it a snap to use.
Running Microsoft's Server Essentials 2012 Workgroup edition, Seagate's Business Storage Windows Server NAS box is a good fit for Windows-centric houses. But it's pricey for the features provided.
The release of a highly anticipated music application on Ubuntu Linux could be a watershed event for the free OS.
Synology updates its DiskStation Manager OS to solve a little problem with hardcoded passwords.
Cyberlink's creative suite is now available as a yearly subscription with 10GB of online storage to sweeten the deal. It's a more affordable, if not quite as advanced alternative to Adobe's Creative Cloud
Anything that makes Flash safer is good. In this case, a known exploit makes the update well worth your time.
A seemingly quiet Patch Tuesday lumps a bucket of browser vulnerabilities into one, big item. Windows and Silverlight bugs are also squashed.
For only a little more than a SATA SSD, the Plextor M6e PCIe drive offers a 20-percent jump in read performance.
Lucky residents of Illinois, Oregon, and Washington can save money on auto insurance if they use this app (and drive wisely). The rest of us have to wait.
This business-oriented portable delivers on speed and battery life, but its support options are staid by corporate standards.
Ultra-affordable DAW app offers a lot of beat for the buck, but pro users may find it a tease.
Yep, adware has appeared on Start Menu 8, and unfortunately it looks to be a feature rather than a bug.