Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Acrobat and the new Document Cloud service go far beyond what other PDF utilities do, but you now have to pay a subscription for the best features.
Serious pros use keyboard shortcuts all the time. There are usually hard-won, the product of years of practice with an application. But here's the good news: You don't have to spend years to master all of your favorite application's most arcane shortcuts.
The desktop sticky note world is full of freeware, but Notezilla proves you can have enough in the way of useful extras to make it worth opening your wallet
Microsoft's flagship products now have a unified interface across all iOS devices, and most creating and editing features are available without an Office 365 subscription.
If you're looking for a powerful spreadsheet app for iOS that makes it seamless to work between a Mac, a Windows machine, and any number of iOS or Windows Phone devices, Excel for iOS is for you.
This updated presentation tool gives Keynote a run for its money.
Microsoft's most recent update offers free editing for all, adds Dropbox integration, and now includes an app for your iPhone that you can use to create and edit documents.
Don't miss an appointment no matter what calendar service you use with these options.
Up your game by finding a better mouse. Our in-depth guide shows you what to look for and how to analyze your needs.
Keep your performance expectations in line with its price tag, and Toshiba’s 10-incher will do right by you.
The new mobile app for Asana's popular task management service lets iPhone and iPad users run their collaborative undertakings on the go.
The Asus Transformer Pad TF103C looks like a 10-inch Windows laptop, but it runs the Android operating system.
The gold standard for speech recognition software gets even better with added features and 15 percent more accuracy.
Acer changed the look of its all-in-one line, but this machine's performance leaves much to be desired.