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Keep your Android phone safe with these great security apps.
The keyboard and trackpad on Acer's latest ultraportable laptop aren't perfect, but the sacrifices involved are acceptable when the result is such a sleek machine.
The 8x8 Virtual Office Pro, a browser-based software tool, handles fundamental office communication, but it lacks innovative extras.
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.
This firewall is a snap to configure and manage, making it an excellent option for small businesses with fewer than 50 users.
This firewall offers enterprise-level security granularity in a presentation that won't scare off non-experts.
For a small business or branch office, the SonicWall TZ 200 can be all the routing and security needed.
This is an excellent option for small businesses looking for an affordable dual-WAN connection router.
Stroke your rabbit foot for good luck before starting to install the D-Link DFL-210 network firewall.
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.
IBM's blade system combines strong performance and solid features, but also lower density and higher cost.
The gadget serves as a mobile hotspot for up to five devices, and injects it with 4G speed (where available).
Nothing particularly impressive nor disappointing distinguishes the HP Mini 210, but the price is right.
Think all security suites are the same? Not even close. Our comprehensive tests show you which of today's suites to trust, and which to skip.
The best apps I saw here are social, location-aware, useful and entertaining. And pretty geeky.