Wireless providers are aware that the faster and more efficient LTE technology that's coming will not be enough to address the onslaught of bandwidth demand.
The Wi-Fi Alliance is working on a cure for hotspot overload.
Built on AMD's new Fusion platform for netbooks, the Acer Aspire One 522-BZ897 delivers great battery life and solid multimedia, but flops in computing power.
H&R Block at Home Premium delivers great value for small-business owners whose tax situations are basically straightforward but who would appreciate access to a human being for a question or two--or audit support, if need be.
TurboTax Home & Business's attention to detail and excellent data-import features make it the package of choice for sole proprietors with complex tax situations, but it's expensive and it might be overkill for some sole Schedule C filers.
Catering to price-sensitive customers, TaxAct Deluxe provides all the forms and does all the math. If you need serious advice and guidance, however, TurboTax and H&R Block at Home are both worth the extra money--especially for small-business owners.
We looked at packages from H&R Block, Intuit, and TaxAct to determine how well they help small businesses prepare tax returns.
Group-deal and flash-sale sites such as Groupon, LivingSocial, and Rue La La promise restaurant meals, brand-name goods, and great services at deep discounts. Here's how to use these sites to your advantage.
The latest addition to Dell's small-business lineup of laptops is fine for garden-variety multimedia, but its poor battery life and mediocre overall performance disappoint.
Get ready for an onslaught of connected gizmos and apps designed to help keep you and your loved ones healthy.
Creating and following a budget will always require resolve and discipline, but a growing number of Websites promise all sorts of help.
The MagicJack Plus will plug into a wall outlet and provide voice-over-IP phone service by hooking up to a broadband or 4G mobile network.
At CES 2011, networking vendors are touting products that let you access movies, music, and photos on any screen, anywhere. But they're also adding proprietary technologies that won't be compatible with gear from other vendors.