Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
The best free tools combine firewall friendliness with easy remote access and an amazing array of handy features.
Google promises 99.9 percent uptime at only $50 per year per user. An IT admin makes the switch from Microsoft to see how it really works -- with mixed results.
ZumoDrive for Android provides a decent set of features to extend the functionality of this online backup and file-sharing service, but it lacks features found in the desktop client and Web interface.
The new version of WordPress includes useful new features for both single-site bloggers and organizational admins.
Qik Video is a good way to live-stream video when you have a good data connection, but it has some annoying configuration and sharing bugs.
From powerful productivity enhancers to important security safeguards, the new Microsoft Office has a number of features that businesses will love.
Web-based editions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote are underwhelming at best.
This augmented-reality app is fun, useful for local search and just plain cool.
If you want to join the Facebook diaspora, there are a bunch of would-be alternatives. But are they ready yet?
Check out our choices from Asus, Lenovo, Gateway, and HP for the best netbooks for battery life, entertainment, business, design, and your wallet.
Web-based apps and robust collaboration tools in Microsoft's new Office suite give users good reasons to upgrade.
Make your workflow easier and more efficient with Web-based computing, whether you decide to use the cloud full time or part time.
Microsoft's newest social networking phones, the Kin One and Kin Two, have a slick and intuitive user interface that's targeted at the Facebook crowd.