Julie SartainPCWorld

Google App Inventor Opens Android Possibilities

The potential for users to bring helpful business tools to Android smartphones is limited only by their imagination.

Motorola Droid X: Unique, or Just Another Smartphone?

The Motorola Droid X, set for release on Thursday, may stand out from the pack of smartphones, including the iPhone 4.

BlackBerry OS 6 and Protect Are on the Horizon

Two new BlackBerry tools from RIM could become essentials for business users of these smartphones.

Galaxy Beam Projector Phone Looks Worth the Wait

Sales of the Galaxy Beam, the first smartphone with a built-in projector, begin soon in Asia. Hopefully U.S. customers won't have to wait long for it.

Which Browser Is Best for Your Work?

The open source browsers Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are nipping at Microsoft Internet Explorer's heels.

Why E-Readers Are a Worthy Business Investment

The reading features alone make electronic book readers and tablet PCs with e-book readers worthwhile business investments. Here are five reasons.

Five Reasons to Consider the Cius for Your Business

The Cisco Cius business tablet offers a unique combination of features.

Five Helpful iPhone Apps for the Office

If you use an iPhone to work away from the office, these five tools can put more productivity in your hands.

Five Helpful Android Apps for the Office

These five tools are a good start if you're seeking work-friendly apps for your Android smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy vs. Apple iPhone: Business Features

iPhone 4G sales are hot, but five carriers will support the Samsung Galaxy S, and that's just where the differences begin.

Recycle Your Old iPhone for Cash

Ready to ditch that pre-4G iPhone? Here are options for earning cash back by offloading the old handset.

Many Harmful Android Apps Wear a Friendly Face, Study Warns

Open source apps for Android devices may open to malicious attacks that put your data in the wrong hands. How careful should you be?

Acer Netbooks Tout Notebook Performance

Acer's new line of powerful, business-friendly netbooks offers high-end options usually found in notebooks.

Toshiba Libretto W100 Looks Promising for Mobile Workers

This ultramobile PC appears to pack in features that the iPad and other rival tablets lack.