Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
Halfway through the first quarter of 2014, Microsoft's 'touch first' version of Office is still nowhere to be found.
We dared these shredders to make mincemeat of credit cards, optical discs and stacks of paperwork. See how they ran.
DocuSign says it will bring its eSignature technology to Microsoft's Office 365 as an Office app.
Which paper shredder provides the most pulverizing power?
Why pay Adobe $299? Here are six other ways to work with PDFs at a fraction of the cost.
So far, this appears to be nothing more than a branding adjustment -- although probably a welcome one.
More than nagging reminders, these apps help you break through productivity barriers so you can finish reading this and get even more done.
Google launches a $999 videoconferencing system, Chromebox for meetings, designed to use Google Hangouts to connect employees.
Dan Frakes shows you how to get more out of OS X's ability to save any printable document, Web page, or file as a PDF.
Evernote has completed upgrades to its servers, making synchronization four times faster for users -- with more improvements to come.
You may think there's nothing more to learn about these common tasks, but you may be wrong. Here are some tips and tricks even seasoned users could miss.
Google Calendar has several ways to keep your friends, family, and coworkers on the same page.
"Tell Me" is kind of like Clippy, but actually useful.
Bet you don’t know everything Chrome OS can do. Here’s what it offers, from keyboard shortcuts to Chromecast capers—and a surprising amount of offline productivity.
Three-tiered plan helps meet the need for business-class tools and services.
The Windows 8.1 update was a big story for PC users, but it wasn't the only thing to land on our list of most-read stories for 2013.
Steer clear of traffic snarls, overcrowded trains, and more with these tools.