Don't-Miss Computers Stories
Online service Lifetick lets you define personal values and goals and then work toward them.
Saving, organizing and viewing snippets of the Web is free and easy with Clipboard.
If you spend your day staring at an LCD screen under harsh lighting, these specially designed glasses could help ease the strain on your eyes.
This free utility rates the age of your drivers from 'old' to 'very old' to 'ancient.'
SpeedUpMyPC is a system tweaker and optimizer that actually works in most regards.
Advanced IP Scanner enumerates the used IP addresses on your network and also allows limited remote control.
Fight mutant chickens, explore ruins, and craft weapons in Fallen Earth.
OpenPhoto lets you host your own photos online, using Dropbox or Amazon S3, for free.
iTweetLive is a free, but ad-supported, service that helps you communicate more effectively via Twitter.
Android users, alleviate your iTunes envy with DoubleTwist, a free desktop app that syncs your media to your phone.
Even if money is an object, Dell's Ivy Bridge all-in-one is worth considering for its excellent combination of speed, features, and looks.
I looked at the major subscription services--Mog, Rdio, Rhapsody, Slacker, and Spotify--to see how they shake out and which might be the best fit for you.
From the first PCs and video games to CB radios and 8-track tapes, the seventies saw the birth of lots of iconic technology.
Intel's Sandy Bridge processors are still the popular kids on the block, but the new Sandy Bridge Extreme Edition has arrived, taking top honors on our performance PC benchmarks.