For mobile users who enjoy a bit of challenge in their lives.
These killer Android apps make it easy to get things done on the run.
Screenshots are invaluable in daily office life, whether they're for shiny product pages or just to better explain a technical issue you've stumbled on. Here are six excellent (and mostly free) screenshot tools.
ConnectedText is a powerful single-user wiki application. Version 6 adds major improvements in the form of named blocks, multiple views of the same file, and cross-project queries.
Global Graphics’ $10 GDoc Creator lets you turn a wide range of documents and images into PDF files, either by dragging and dropping them onto its postage-stamp-sized interface or by using its printer driver.
CloudOn, which provides a virtual copy of Microsoft Office, now offers a cloud-based version of its software, along with new sharing options for users of third-party cloud storage options.
Notable.ac makes it easier to share notes and make comments. It's a much better solution than having dozen (or hundreds) of people trying to copy the teacher's slides by hand.
Analyze, sort, file, delete: here's the help you need for your overstuffed inbox.
The database giant is shutting down its consumer-level app to focus on its main product lines.
No more file cabinets. No more paper cuts. How to sift, scan, and store your way to a near-paperless existence. You can do it! Here's how.
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