The IEEE 1905 standard for hybrid home networks now has a name—nVoy—and a certification program. But what will it do for you, and how does it stack up against G.hn?
This budget offering is no bargain if you expect more than basic productivity.
TextGen’s cloud-based service turns any phone number into a powerful and versatile customer communication platform.
Remember when project documents arrived in neatly organized tabbed notebooks? GDoc Binder lets you create, distribute and edit the digital equivalent of a loose-leaf notebook for a very modest fee.
Asus' Cube set-top box delivers streaming media, Google apps, and cloud storage at a reasonable price, but has some usability issues.
Logitech's BCC950 ConferenceCam and Brother's NW-1000 Webcam deliver corporate-quality videoconferencing with SMB price tags.
Even if you've used QuickBooks for years, it's hiding surprises that can help make accounting less of a chore. Here's how to unearth them.
New tools in Microsoft Office let you coedit documents in real time, but you must be prepared to jump through hoops.
Web-based filing may tempt you, but more complex financial situations require full-fledged software.
The TiVo Mini lets you access live, recorded, and (some) streaming content from your TiVo Premiere on other TVs around the house. And it works pretty well for the most part.
Three new packages offer an appealing lineup for small business, but the pricing plans and some of the features are difficult to decipher.
Pleasingly thin and light, the HP Elitebook Folio 9470m delivers several business-friendly extras, and its solid-state drive makes it speedy on many tasks—but it’s a bit short on storage and system memory, and it’s pricey for a 14-inch laptop.
Calling itself a '30-year-old startup,' Intuit threw a party to show off new and upcoming apps—and the kitchen table where it all began.
Office 2013—as both software and a service—is going on sale, but some new features don’t work perfectly.