Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
Services such as CloudOn, Nivio, and OnLive are bringing full-blown Office apps to iPads and other mobile devices.
If you're wondering which apps are primed for the third-generation iPad, here's a look at 10 apps to check out.
Tomboy is a freeform database for text notes, with support for rich formatting and links.
Oracle has updated the kernel of its Linux distribution to take advantage of the latest Linux advances, the company announced Tuesday.
Zim is a fast, free, and easy desktop wiki application for managing information.
With the help of some plug-ins and knowledge of some commands that aren't always obvious, Google Maps can yield a wealth of information.
Google Docs helps you collaborate easily with people across the globe, but is infuriatingly reliant on Google for most fixes and enhancements. Here are some workarounds that can quell your angst.
Some have called Dropbox's value and future into question. I say trust the service that does one thing very well.
Adobe will launch its Creative Cloud software-and-services bundle alongside Creative Suite 6 in the first half of the year.
The Daily's Peter Ha takes aim at Microsoft after Redmond denied an image that surfaced on Tuesday was in fact a snap of an Office of iPad app.
Edit your photos, organize your finances, access your computer remotely, and do even more with these essential software packages and Web apps--a mix of established favorites and indispensable up-and-comers.
From a session saver to a social media assistant to a simple in-browser image editor, these extensions provide a variety of useful tools for the growing legions of Chrome users.
Revenue rose in the second fiscal quarter, while Microsoft's profits dipped; Office 2010 sales helped while Windows revenue slipped.