More and more people are working with more than two monitors. But does piling on the displays boost productivity and justify the cost?
Tax prep software developers are introducing new options for doing taxes on tablets and cell phones, including an iPad version of TurboTax that's as full-featured as the Web version.
Tax sites battling for your business have beefed up their import capabilities and added iPhone and iPad support, but Intuit's TurboTax remains the best--and the priciest.
Envizen's Home Roam TV lets you watch whatever's playing on your TV, cable box, Blu-ray or other player on a portable wireless display, but the resolution is poor and you have no control over the video source.
With 2 terabytes of storage and the ability to record four programs simultaneously, the TiVo Premiere Elite vaults to the head of the DVR class.
With its super-bright DLP-generated images and Windows CE operating system, the Aaxa P4 has much to offer the business traveler, but its battery life and speaker aren’t great.
Once dominated by TVs, stereos, and after-market car audio systems, CES has become the launch pad of choice for a slew of businesses-focused tech products.
The Tiki, Mikey Digital and Spark Digital range in price from $59 to $199 and are perfect for people who don't want to settle for mediocre audio capture.
A $100 box the size of a small bar of soap, CloudFTP turns any USB drive into a wireless file server for iPhones, iPads and any other Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Targus at CES is showing a prototype of iNotebook, a Bluetooth-enabled pen and receiver that captures your scribbles and can display them on an iPad in real time.
AfterShokz earphones sit in front of your ear, allowing you to hear what's going on around you while you're listening to your MP3 player.
Tely’s new videoconferencing system packs a high-def camera and Skype support into a cylinder that perches on top of your TV, enabling family-friendly, PC-free video conferencing on a big screen.