The slowing PC-replacement cycle is good for developers and business users.
Comcast 'wideband' reaches the San Francisco area, but the company's history makes me nervous about signing up.
Microsoft's Kumo search engine may see beyond the textual world to let you search images more effectively.
Even if Microsoft loses the Vista-capable case, customers likely won't benefit.
Microsoft has released precious few details about its new low-cost Windows Server edition. What can we expect at that price point?
Want to hook up multiple computers even when you're not on a network? In a pinch, you can create an ad-hoc network to transfer files or share an Internet connection.
Free shooter Quake Live plays in a browser; keep this web app off work PCs.
iPhone app customer patterns prevent development of quality software.
Facebook's next ad could feature your company's intellectual property.
With just a Wi-Fi network, your laptop can sense its location in Google Latitude and Google Maps.
Apple's iPhone App Store has topped 20,000 programs, turning the iPhone into a business-ready tool.
Someday, Microsoft's My Phone service will sync data between your PC and phone, but you can use Google Sync and other alternatives today.
Amazon's Kindle 2 eBook reader is an essential business tool as much as a travel toy.
On a tight budget? You can easily create your own free file server by installing Ubuntu Linux on a machine you already own.