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With Android devices becoming increasingly popular, here are some tips to make them more business friendly.
File sharing services Bump and Hoccer use gestures to transfer data.
Gmail's built-in to-do list applet is a more powerful productivity booster than most people realize.
Here's what you can do with the videoconferencing tools on the market now.
Android has shot past BlackBerry to become the third most popular smartphone operating system in the world behind Symbian and the iPhone.
Running a business doesn’t have to mean giving the world free access to your wallet. Here are seven ways you can start saving money for your small business today.
If you're already into mind-mapping, tracking your next actions with a mind map can be a no-brainer.
Because of their simple drag-and-drop, quickfire creative power, mind maps are incredibly well suited to mobile platforms. Here are three excellent apps for iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry
Now that your smartphone lets you do almost any digital task anywhere, who really needs context tags anymore?
You don’t have to spend a fortune to get your startup up and running. Here’s a handy guide to doing business for the absolute minimum in expense.
Is your smartphone equipped to deliver and manage app notifications intelligently? Not if it's an iPhone.
Do you work from home? Power-lunch in your pj's? These indispensable items will enhance your live-work environment.
Small businesses looking to ditch old PBX landline phones can save big and increase staff productivity by migrating to Internet-based phone systems.
Shifts in technology--from new gadgets to new ways of managing data--can easily derail your work life. Here's how to stay on top of new tech without losing business effectiveness.
When you think of Android smartphones, "productivity" probably isn't the first word that comes to mind. But you don't have to use a different phone OS to get a lot done in little time.