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.
Cloud-based accounting service FreshBooks today launches an iPhone app that recreates the invoicing and expense tracking features available on desktop browsers.
Intuit has updated its Web-based accounting software with improved features for online banking and income tracking.
This accounting software provides all of the controls that an experienced accounting person could wish for.
This package remains a solid choice of accounting software for small-business owners unfamiliar with accounting.
High-profile competitors make you choose between different versions, AccountEdge Pro keeps things simple.
We review QuickBooks Pro 2012, Accounting Edge Pro 2012 for Windows, and Sage 50 Complete 2013--and find much to admire in all three.
The latest version of Dell's 14-inch XPS consumer Ultrabook excels at multimedia and boasts good battery life. But it's heavy, and the lack of a dedicated solid-state drive slows it down.
Superskinny, lightweight, and capable, the Aspire S5 is one of the most impressive entries in the current crop of Ultrabooks.
If you want easy iPad access to documents on your computer, the web, and the iPad itself, DocSync can help.
With a handsome color touchscreen, a slew of features, and great integration with popular productivity apps, Dymo's latest label printer is a versatile--but pricey--business tool.
Microsoft’s new Office apps and services will make its tablets well-armed for business. Will the competition be able to keep up?