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Chrome may not be the perfect browser for everyone, but it’s a well-rounded browser that should fit the needs of most.
Not all Web browsers are created equal. Some are faster; some are more versatile; others are especially secure. We tested six leading browsers to learn where each one excels…and fails.
Mozilla’s browser has been around for nearly a decade, but it’s still spry for its age.
Freemake Music Box is a free and easy window to the world of online music and music videos.
Whether or not Android's openness makes it an easy target for malware writers, these apps can help protect your handset.
Ashton Kutcher is the name behind--and plastered all over--this free, third-party Twitter app.
Sobees Desktop is still in beta, and it shows, but this social media manager shows plenty of promise, too.
A longtime favorite of Twitter power users, TweetDeck provides a comprehensive set of management tools.
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.
Want to stay on top of Twitter's hot topics? TwitScoop promises to help you do exactly that...buts its ideas of important topics may not match yours.
Full-featured email client rivals Outlook in functionality, and sometimes surpasses Microsoft's offering.
Yelp isn't the only site that can make or break your company's reputation. In certain circles, other review sites are equally important. Learn how they can help you reach out to customers, and boost your good name.