With these three tools getting everyone together to create a shared photo album is simple and quick.
It can be a real pain to figure out where that file is you just downloaded. Here are two quick tips to help.
Nearly 70% of companies with 500 or more employees have already implemented or are expanding their use of IP-based voice services, both locally and across the wide area. The benefits they’re seeing include creating a more flexible work environment, lower costs, and a streamlined communications infrastructure. Given how mature the VoIP market is, there’s no reason smaller companies shouldn’t be enjoying the same sorts of benefits.
Who needs an accountant? Google Now will keep an eye on your bills for you, if you use Gmail and receive electronic billing statements.
The 12-inch "monster" tablet with detachable keyboard also seems inspired by Microsoft's Surface Pro, and like old Sonys, it's expensive. But can an upstart PC company make it these days?
Finding a complete list of your specs is easy enough in Windows, but these apps go deeper than the Control Panel ever could.
Google Voice now supports MMS. Is this the next step in the road to Hangouts-Voice permanently merging?
Google Play Music recently passed the 500 million download mark.
Microsoft finally added a search feature to Bing that Google doesn't have: song lyrics.
If you need to share a lot of files online this service helps you do it quickly.
The Radiohead front man's BitTorrent Bundle experiment is a success so far, according to BitTorrent.
An interesting rumor has popped up suggesting why Microsoft decided to use the name Windows 10, skipping right over Windows 9.
Harlequin's famous bodice rippers and other tales are heading to Scribd's subscription service for an exclusive one-year agreement.
There's a new Firefox OS-powered HDTV dongle coming soon to take on Google's Chromecast.