Popular Communications/Networks Articles for 2011
Video chat is no longer just the stuff of Dick Tracy fiction. With options for face-to-face communications from PCs, Macs, iPhones, and Android smartphones, which video chat options are your[...]
Apple's remaining management team now inherits two aspects of Steve Jobs' legacy: profoundly successful previous products, plus an ongoing embracement of change.
Real Networks has introduced RealDownloader software, for truly quick downloads of videos from YouTube and other sites throughout the Web. Read the full review.
What will we see at CES 2012? Here are some sneak peeks at gadgets set for rollout at the Las Vegas extravaganza in January.
While some outraged users dump Facebook, complain to public officials, and launch lawsuits, others downplay privacy concerns.
Norton AntiVirus (NAV) has always been a highly effective software security package. Despite some user interface (UI) changes, the 2011 version is no exception. Read the full review.
GoToMeeting, Adobe Connect, and Cisco's WebEx are now getting more company in the Web conferencing ring, with the public beta of a new service called MeetingBurner, now available free of[...]
As a big piece of a larger set of Norton product announcements, Symantec on Wednesday launched Norton Internet Security (NIS) 2012, an update to its PC software with new mobile[...]
For SMBs and enterprises alike, IBM plans to launch new cloud-based data recovery services later this summer, at gold, silver and bronze service levels and price points. In an interview[...]
Google is planning further integration between Google+ and Gmail, along with a business edition of its emerging social networking service, two moves that could give Google's lineup a big leg-up[...]