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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.
When traveling with smartphones, tablets, and laptops, a small hiccup can derail work for your entire trip. How can you avoid these nightmares on your next business trip?
A PC can serve capably as a hub for digital media collections, but sitting at a desk isn't the best way to watch movies. We'll show you how to stream media from a Windows 7 PC to a game console, a set-top box, or even a smartphone.
The next flavor of Android includes great new features for business, so prepare to make your upgrade as smooth as possible.
Buried inside many smartphones is a capability that few take advantage of. Tethering lets a phone act as a mobile hotspot to supply Web access to nearby PCs and other devices.
As more employees bring smartphones and tablets to work, managing the devices, securing data, and fighting malware is critical.
Many of us rely on the Internet to get things done. Here are some tips and services to help you work smarter and more productively on the Web.
With the right services and software, you can keep documents, contacts, calendars, and Web browsers synced across a PC, phone, and tablet.
Transition your business from PC to tablet with a few simple tips and tricks shared by other professionals who took the plunge.
These terrific tools and tips can rescue your wayward mobile devices and keep your personal data from falling into the wrong hands.
These apps let you make Wi-Fi calls from computers, mobile phones, and tablets--and save your cell phone minutes for times when you need them.
Here's a closer look at Google Docs and its new features, from someone who uses the productivity suite every day.