Don't-Miss Business Mobility Stories
Evernote mostly succeeds as a note-taking app, but performs best when used in conjunction with the desktop app and Web browser plug-in.
If you have an Android phone and need a Wikipedia browsing app, then Wapedia by Taptu may be the right choice.
ReQall advertises itself as a voice-enabled, location-aware To-do app on steroids; however it disappoints with an awkward, complex user interface that lacks key functionality.
The 4520s offers respectable performance and entertainment options at a reasonable price.
Newer Technology's NuGuard Clear case isn't an iPad sleeve, and it certainly isn't an iPad bag. Rather, it's a clear, rigid, polycarbonate shell that snaps...
Kindle for Android provides another way to access and read your purchased Amazon Kindle e-books, but it lacks key features and is awkward to set up.
A decently priced, eco-friendly choice for the budget-minded businessperson or student.
First look shows that Apple's new iPhone is faster, slimmer, slicker, and better--except for potential reception problems.
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 Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 provides crystal-clear 1080p video quality wrapped up in a sleek design.
In the 532h-2588, Acer has produced a very average netbook at a relatively low price, with all the drawbacks and strengths of the class.
Dell takes its ultrathin aesthetic to the small-business market, offering a sharp-looking notebook with just the right set of features for its intended market.
The iPhone 4 is a major upgrade from its predecessor, the iPhone 3GS, in everything from the camera quality to data speeds.