The newest Opera browser offers simplified file and media sharing, but its attempt at social networking leaves a lot to be desired.
Adobe’s cloud collaboration suite shows promise, but lacks integration.
The stage is set for multi-touch netbooks to dominate the market late this year.
Few users will ever need to choose a version for themselves, making criticisms about the number of Windows versions tired and baseless.
Windows 7 still runs on elderly hardware as Apple quietly announces that Snow Leopard will only run on newer Intel Macs.
In a move rarely seen by Apple, the Cupertino-based computer company both raised the bar and dropped its prices. So now how much is the Apple tax?
High prices and narrow product lines stand in the way of Apple's growth.
The electronics giant ignores lessons from the netbook market, eschews Windows from its devices.
New storage product combines advanced RAID technology with small business affordability.
Turns out Windows 7 Starter Edition's limit of running three applications at once was the lesser of two evils.
In my experience, common sense and alert surfing are more valuable than antivirus bloatware.
Increasing its focus on search makes a certain kind of sense for Microsoft, but can the software giant afford another online dud?
Articles by Michael Scalisi