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Dial Directly for Skype lets you use keyboard shortcuts to initiate Skype calls.
Android 4.0 and useful features such as a built-in infrared port highlight this 7-inch value-tablet standout.
This Android 4.0 tablet packs plenty of storage, but it makes a few sacrifices to achieve its value price.
This is the lightest 10-inch-size tablet on the market so far, but its sluggish performance and disappointing display mar the experience.
The pricey and heavy XT3 rugged laptop fits best in select corporate markets.
If you're a business traveler whose road show hinges heavily on PowerPoint presentations, this app -- which translates PowerPoint files into an iPad-friendly format -- is a must-have.
With a stunning display, fast data speeds, and a versatile camera, the Lumia 900 has what it takes to compete with the iPhone and with Android handsets--if Microsoft and AT&T can win over customers.
Do you need to create new images or want to share images you already have? See what the apps from Apple and Adobe offer.
With a better-than-HDTV display, the third-generation iPad advances tablets to the next level.
Research In Motion's (RIM) PlayBook OS 2.0 software has been available for more than two weeks. Here's a closer look at how it works for business.
You can turn your tablet into a laptop for long typing sessions, and go back to just a tablet when you're done. We test four popular physically attached keyboards for Android tablets.
Photoshop fans have been waiting a long time for something akin to Photoshop for the iPad. Now that it's here, how well does it work?
Whether or not Android's openness makes it an easy target for malware writers, these apps can help protect your handset.
The new Folio 13 may be slightly thicker and heavier than the average Ultrabook, but it also may make more sense for the average user.
Apps, webcams, and commercial security services let you monitor what's going on at your office remotely. Check out some of the most popular options.