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From keyboard shortcuts to inbox managers, these handy Chrome extensions make a good email program even better.
This handy Chrome extension allows you to read, reply or delete emails without ever having to open the Gmail web page.
Right Inbox for Gmail is a simple-to-use service that automatically reminds you to follow up on emails.
Gmail Offline allows you to use Gmail without an Internet connection, and makes the web interface for Gmail look more like the Android version
This Chrome extension lets you make your Gmail messages look nicer with fancy formatting.
Logitech's BCC950 ConferenceCam and Brother's NW-1000 Webcam deliver corporate-quality videoconferencing with SMB price tags.
Offers quick reminders of the keyboard shortcuts that can turn you into a Gmail master.
Stop peering at that teeny screen and fumbling with Lilliputian keyboards. These five PC desktop texting apps and services let your fingers fly, your eyes relax, and your thoughts flow.
Although mysms's compatibililty with both Android and iPhone is appealing, its PC component is awkward.
Two-part solution BrowserTexting lets Android phone owners text from a desktop browser. It works nicely, but it lacks anything to make this $10 product better than free competitors.
If you use an Android phone and want to text from your desktop, DeskSMS will do the job. However, others do it cheaper and more prettily.
After an extended test drive, a longtime Reader addict finds Feedly to be a more-than-serviceable replacement.
Manage your digital life—including passwords, profiles, and more—with this handy utility.
This standalone utility will download any video you can grab a URL for, and it can download directly from YouTube.