Taiwanese company announces a full line of Wi-Fi and powerline products.
Networks are getting faster and smarter—and vendors are preparing a slew of new security cameras and media streamers. Meanwhile, squabbles continue about wireless standards.
Quirky and cool Bluetooth gear monitors your dental hygiene, track your kids, help you find your phone, and help you watch your figure.
Cisco designed its Videoscape Unity platform for a future in which we'll all have video walls with room for web content, social network feeds, and—oh yes—live TV.
Netgear is shipping a NeoTV streamer with Google TV and a night-vision enabled webcam—but its Slingbox support across the NeoTV line may be its most interesting CES announcement.
Microsoft's refreshed productivity suite sports a major design overhaul and seamless cloud integration—at a higher price.
Google's ever-expanding offerings include all sorts of goodies for business users. Here are a few beyond the obvious docs and productivity apps.
Both products deliver useful tools for tracking and planning your finances. One is free, but some would argue the other is less costly.
These tiny projectors weigh less than a pound, but each is capable of delivering business presentations, slideshows, and video to audiences in boardrooms and living rooms.
Outfitted with an Eye-Fi SD Card, this lightweight portable scanner can wirelessly transmit JPG images and PDFs to computers, the Web, or your Android or iOS mobile device.
Quicken 2013--the latest version of Intuit's personal finance desktop software--can sync with free Android and iOS apps, but it's more expensive than ever.
Whether you're looking for a loan or help with everyday business chores, there's probably a web site that can help. Here are some of the newest products and services with a business spin.
Web conferencing can power anything from a quick, two-person pow-wow to an all-hands assembly. We test-drive four services to find a crowd-pleaser.
QuickBooks 2013's sleek new look draws inspiration from the web and the Microsoft ribbon, but longtime users might not appreciate having to relearn the user interface.