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.
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.
There's no real fix for this malware yet, but you can thwart it by keeping a specific setting disabled.
With super-easy access to internals for upgrades and repairs, good looks, and comfortable ergonomics, this 14-inch business laptop sedately shines.
Turning on Universal Plug and Play causes any attached storage to be exposed to the Internet. A manual firmware fix is available.
Kudos to WD for combining SSD read performance and hard-drive capacity in a single package, but a high price tag and slow SSD write performance complicate the buying decision.
Intel's new 730 series SSD has an enterprise heritage and a long warranty, but its performance is only middle of the pack.
Call them "password managers," but these digital vaults secure credit card numbers, bank account information, and more.
Pick a style, supply the content, and create near pro-quality promotional or training videos with this easy-to-use production tool.
They use the same basic parts and technologies, but consumer and business laptops differ greatly in features, security, support, of course, price. Pick the right one for you.
Buggy firmware, sloppy design, and careless users mean easy pickings for online hackers.
The third major incarnation of Iobit's free defragger offers a new, more modern interface, better workflow, and it faster. It's a winner, if you need anything more than Window's own utility.
HP's ZBook 15 is a top-flight performer, but it's anything but light.
It only looks like a table lamp. The Fujitsu SV600 scans material quickly and efficiently, but page curvature is a problem.