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Windows 8 works on them all. Here's how to buy the best one for you.
It’s been a good year for laptops. We can help you find the best one for your needs.
The Surface RT might seem limited, but smart use of its connectivity and apps can make it an able sidekick for your computing needs.
It's easier than you might think to send a PDF to your Kindle and convert it to raw text for easier reading.
If the Fourth of July's heat is too much, why not sit inside and install Windows 8.1 while you kick back with a refreshing beverage?
Bet you didn't know you could tweak a Surface's Registry. You can, and this hack helps reduce touchscreen lag time.
Thinking about encrypting your Apple or Android tablet? The process can be daunting, but here's how to do it.
Learn how to develop your own comprehensive BYOD strategy.
You can use your iPad or Android tablet to view and edit office documents instead of having to boot up your bulky laptop.
Whether you've persuaded your colleagues to take the plunge with you or are just striking out on your own, we provide a few essential tips for moving from a BlackBerry device to an Android handset.
With the ebook industry on a tear, now is the time to shine by publishing an ebook of your own. Here's how to make it happen.
Windows 8 includes a more drastic graphical interface change than previous versions of Windows. Here are the top questions new users are likely to ask--and how to answer them.
Want to use a tablet for work so you can leave your laptop at home, or even replace your primary business computer? Here's what you need to know.
Many people use their personal smartphones to do work. Here are five ways to access your work and personal data without carrying two handsets.
Watch the 2012 Super Bowl online, no matter where you are, with our guide to streaming the Giants vs. Patriots game on your PC, smartphone, or tablet.