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Formerly known as Fennec, Firefox 4 for Android devices is among the most feature-rich mobile browsers to date.
Here’s how to take a recreational break on company time--without the boss finding out.
The latest beta of Google Chrome browser is out and the focus is on speed. We take the beta on a test drive.
Printing over the Web through the beta Google Cloud Print service is basically reliable, despite a few problems.
Whether the executive on your list needs to breeze through the airport security check, untangle a mess of gadget cords, or get down to business in other ways, these gifts are up to the task.
When your business needs serious storage, these network-attached storage devices can do the trick without breaking the budget.
Keypad PIN entry along with AES 256-bit hardware encryption make this flash drive a solid choice for keeping data protected on the go.
The IronKey Personal S200 secure flash drive uses hardware encryption, eliminating the need to run software on a PC and put your data at potential risk.
The Imation Defender F200 Biometric Flash Drive uses government security standards to keep your data secure in a pocket-size package.
The 8x8 Virtual Office Pro, a browser-based software tool, handles fundamental office communication, but it lacks innovative extras.
The latest version of Intuit's small-business accounting software includes a simplified setup process as well as useful but costly smartphone and online access.
VMware's vSphere 4.0 cloud operating system, which we tested last June ushered in new methods to manage virtual machines on internal and external hosts.
The latest version of this mind-mapping software creates Gantt charts from your maps. But there's little else compelling in this update.
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.
The single-port Lantronix SecureLinx SpiderDuo wins with a low price, advanced features, and local console pass-through.