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Dell posted a decline in profit for its fiscal second quarter, while economic doldrums held down its results in some parts of...
Improving performance are key development goals for Windows 7 and IE 8.
Google unveiled plans for the Android Market, where developers can distribute content for Android phones.
Toshiba has been hyping the heck out of its new upconverting XD-E500 DVD player but has also been careful not to declare it an...
While not a world-beater, the Force Recon BT offers good performance at a reasonable price.
Sony launched three new models of Walkman players on Thursday at the IFA electronics show in Berlin, including the new...
Google is extending a credit to Apps Premier customers due to three Gmail outages this month.
Intel shows prototypes of low-cost devices using Atom, as part of a government and industry initiative to promote Internet...
At IFA, Toshiba promoted its two technologies for turning standard definition content into HD.
Panasonic is showing 65-inch and 58-inch prototypes of its thin plasma TV at IFA in Berlin.
Panasonic will soon begin selling Blu-ray Disc-based video recorders in Europe
Hynix's new NAND flash factory shows why chip prices may still take time to recover, which is great for users.
This winning CD ripping and audio conversion utility handles all the major formats.
Create a password-protected, encrypted virtual drive for storing sensitive files.
Lots of free, browser-based image editors promise to get your pictures in shape with a few clicks. But big differences separate the best from the rest.
Picnik's superb interface and thoughtful touches make photo editing fun.
FotoFlexer has a bevy of unique editing tools wrapped up in a better-than-average interface; full-resolution editing is optional and somewhat sluggish.
Adobe's online service offers an easy way for inexperienced users to edit and share their photos.
Splashup mimics Photoshop with amazing fidelity, including layer support; but it's less usable than the best online editors, and short on flashy effects.
Though bursting at the seams with whizzy features, the convoluted and sluggish interface makes FlauntR a drag to use.