Don't-Miss Web & communication software Stories
In part 2 of our series on easy home automation projects for the weekend warrior, we look at the Iris system from Lowes.
Magic Actions for YouTube customizes your video-watching in Google Chrome.
Why deal with Flash hassles every time you surf? FlashControl lets you decide when to enable Flash and when to disable it.
GO Contact Sync lets you sync contacts from Outlook to Google and vice versa.
Format pages for easier reading, or read them on other devices, with the help of Readability for Chrome.
Last year's most talked-about God game returns slick, shiny and Chrome-plated—but in the same PC port that made it notorious.
Most current Web browsers include some kind of password management. But can you trust your browser? We take a look.
Tweak and customize Gmail to reduce clutter and increase utility with Gmelius.
Photographers can attach a license to their images to let online viewers know it is OK to reuse them, so this software aims to take the sting out of the work of finding such images.
Juicebox makes it easy to showcase your photographs on your Website.
MultiMi is an original take on social clients, but in its current form, it's not necessarily better.
Vimium is a Chrome extension that adds a rich set of shortcut keys for opening links, navigating pages, and more.
Ready to throw Ma Bell from the train? Allow us to lend you a hand. We discuss the pros and cons of VoIP, and offer a look at available options.