One of our favorite security suites for techies is also easy enough novices.
Packed with features and unlikely to slow your computer down, this security suite's user interface changes to match your level of techie know-how.
When two countries dismantle the Internet in three weeks, it’s tough not to turn the conversation on ourselves. In January, Egypt’s flailing autocratic regime ordered government-owned Internet ser...
Why pay for a finance app when other apps offer similar features, cloud storage, and a slicker interface for free?
The best way to tell, at a glance, how much money you've spent and have left. (Not to mention, peep at information about your Facebook friends and upcoming flights.)
This finance app, free across platforms, doesn't just show you how much money you have in the bank; it also shows where your money goes, and helps you stick to a budget.
Today, at CTIA Enterprise & Application 2010, software maker SPB announced Mobile Shell 5.0, a UI that can be layered on top of Android, Windows Mobile, or Symbian. The skin might well make its wa...
AT&T was late to the Android party, but now it's making up for lost time. Today, the carrier announced three phones by Motorola, all of which will run Android 2.1 with the latest version of Motobl...
This Windows enterprise tablet is marred by short battery life, a lackluster resistive touchscreen, and a high price.
Samsung's latest 15-inch notebook performs well and plays games smoothly, but its faux wood design isn't for everyone.
Microsoft's new suite packs in more features than iWork, a much improved interface, and the best version of Outlook yet for Macs.
A step above entry-level DSLRs, this camera captures stellar photos and HD video while still being easy to use.
Apple's pint-size, screenless MP3 player is easier to use than the previous version and now has an impulse-buy price.
Apple's in-between-size iPod gets a makeover with an ultracompact design, intuitive multitouch display, and sporty clip.
The recent attack on Chinese dissidents’ Gmail accounts that was purportedly carried out by the Chinese government isn’t the first time the security of the Internet has been called into question. ...