Don't-Miss Business Mobility Stories
The Dell Precision M6500 lives up to its reputation as the most powerful workstation on the market--and that's without even counting upgrades.
Good input ergonomics, a cornucopia of security features, and a touchscreen offset too little screen real estate.
Free Google service offers useful enhancements beyond pulling together different phone numbers.
It may have a higher cost of entry than its competitors, but together with Ooma's service, the Telo provides a great landline alternative.
Begone, monthly phone bill! New and improved products like NetTalk Duo, the Ooma Telo, and the YMax MagicJack offer full-featured phone service at a fraction of the cost of regular landline service.
The NetTalk Duo delivers as an inexpensive phone line that can sound as good as a landline--when directly plugged into your router.
The Aspire One 721 offers the look and feel of an ultraportable, but performs more like a netbook.
The latest version of this mind-mapping software creates Gantt charts from your maps. But there's little else compelling in this update.
The Portégé R700 is a beautiful ultraportable, but a bit hot to handle.
This app provides enough functionality to justify installing it if you are already a Dropbox user, but it leaves a lot to be desired for new users.
BlackBerry 6 OS has some much-needed improvements and overall refinement, but it still feels a bit dated and stale against the competition.
The versatile HP EliteBook 2740p and its touchscreen handle nearly any mobile task.
Dell’s updated Latitude E5510 offers the latest 32nm Intel Core i5 CPU and Intel integrated graphics, but it seems a little overpriced for its minimalist ethic.