Amazon's Appstore for Android doesn't have as many apps to choose from as Google's Android Market does, but I prefer buying my apps there anyway. Here's why.
Want to view two Web pages side by side in Google Chrome? This nifty add-on lets you turn multiple pages into a single frameset for simultaneous viewing.
Gmail's new Preview Pane feature gives the service an Outlook-like Interface.
This free Web service does one thing and does it well: changing your file formats instantly with no hassles.
Need to make a one-off flowchart or other graphic, but don't have the fancy software to do it? Give Gliffy a try.
This cross-platform utility automatically adjusts your display lighting based on the time of day.
Manage files on your Android phone and share them wirelessly with your PC with this awesome free app.
Google Docs users can now fax documents from within their Google Docs accounts with this inexpensive fax service.
WiFi File Explorer for Android connects your phone to any computer on your wireless network to share files easily.
With new apps for Android and iOS, myBantu offers a compelling approach to social productivity and filtered search.
Whether you’re on an iPad or an Android tablet, these awesome efficiency enhancers will supercharge your work life.
Suddenly finding yourself buried in a bloated e-mail inbox? Here five steps to get that inbox emptied without blowing off your obligations.
Tired of typing the same message several times a day? The Canned Responses feature from Gmail Labs lets you automate boilerplate text.
With its new Hotel Finder service, Google keeps finding and booking rooms simple, if sparse on information.
Been eyeing an Echo smartpen? Buy one between now and Jan 31, 2012 and Livescribe will throw in a $45 Evernote account.