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More and more Internet service providers are blocking traffic to the peer-to-peer file-sharing service. Find out whether you've been targeted, and learn how to get around the restrictions.
Easy to use, yet powerful, free FTP client will please both casual users and admins.
Microsoft has rolled out a new search-based service called "Cashback" that provides discounts if goods are purchased though its search engine.
Research in Motion's sleek new BlackBerry Bold 9000 will support 3G networks worldwide, as well as Wi-Fi and GPS. Will it be able to withstand a 3G iPhone challenge?
Create your own role-playing game with this potent program.
Senior Editor Tim Moynihan finally gets what he's been waiting for: A digital pen!
Even when Windows routinely gives you the Blue Screen of Death, all may not be lost. We'll show you how to restore both your data and your sanity.
Protect your PC with this advanced smart firewall in an easy-to-use interface.
You may have heard of this game: Grand Theft...Auto...something. Plus we score you a couple free GTA games and take a spin with Mario's new ride.
Recover data from a damaged Vista system with this little-known Microsoft utility.
Back up and boot your PC with this full-featured boot disk.
This useful and elegant boot disc for Vista and XP offers imaging and other useful utilities.
Linksys's dual-band router is one of the first draft-802.11n routers to support simultaneous 2.4-GHz and 5-GHz networks, making it a great choice for supporting both legacy Wi-Fi gear and future streaming media devices.
Though it has strong features and an attractive price, this entry-level draft-2 802.11n router was rather slow and failed to complete some of our long-distance tests.
The best new 802.11n wireless routers deliver strong performance, coverage, and compatibility--but picking the right one for your network is more complicated than ever. Our lab tests reveal the top choices, whether you are looking for a basic bargain or consider speed and range paramount.
New online services offer to protect you from identity theft, and some claim to help you undo damage after it happens. But when we tested the services, we found that many fall short.
The $130 Mobile Digital Scribe is pricey and needs better bundled software, but it's fun to use.
Security suite covers all the bases in an easy-to-use package, but doesn't ace PC protection.
Email Center Pro helps small businesses manage shared e-mail accounts for receiving such correspondence as general inquiries and customer service requests.
This fast Hex/ASCII editor is a marvel of simple, concise design.