Hidden beneath Windows 7's hood are many new networking features that you won't find in XP. Take a look at how they can improve your Windows experience.
With so many Web sites demanding passwords, no one, but no one, can really be expected to remember all the ones they need.
We all want the newest, shiniest toys, but do we really need them?
Would you like to do your Web browsing while keeping a constant eye on what your Facebook friends are doing? If so, then RockMelt is for you.
When the success of the iPad became apparent, I predicted that Linux-based tablets would quickly give Apple's device a run for its money. I was wrong.
Computerworld's Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols was expecting to see some real comers gunning for Apple's iPad tablet by now. He's still waiting.
Open-source ideology and Linux fragmentation have not doomed Linux for the desktop. Here's where a sea change in desktop computing is really going.
The homegrown, open-source social networking project hopes to put power in the hands of its users.
Even if Oracle doesn't win any of its claims, lots of people will profit in the short run.
Lately, Apple and Google have been getting along like cats and dogs. I think Google would be very happy to put a spanner in Apple's hopes for an iPad Christmas.
Switching won't be easy -- not only are you probably not ready, neither is your network hardware.
With the rise of e-readers and tablets, we may see the end of students carrying pounds of textbook soon.
I'm not sure Firefox 4 is going to get Firefox back into competition with IE 8 -- much less what I see as today's leading Web browser, Google's Chrome 5.