Popular Communications/Networks Articles for 2012
Microsoft is previewing the first home edition of its Office 365 online suite. Is Home Premium for you, or should you buy Office 13 instead? Read the full review.
Here are five of the hottest software packages for PCs and Mac for August 2012. Categories include office suites, graphics, storage, videoconferencing and cool tools.
Microsoft's new Outlook.com email service is an upper crust cousin to the old Hotmail.com. But can it outperform Gmail?
PlayLater lets you use a PC to record streaming video from the Web and play back TV shows and movies when you want. How well does it work? Here's our[...]
Don't want to lose your PC data? Carbonite is one of the best solutions for cloud backup.
Amazon's new software applications for Mac and Windows give you easy access to a handy extra multimedia storage locker-in-the-sky. Read the full review.
Muvee Reveal X is touted as letting just about PC user quickly produce polished videos. Yet how well does the software meet these claims? Read the full review.
Sony and rapper LL Cool J have rolled out software for Web-enabled music collaboration anywhere in the world, initally available only with Sony's E 14P laptop.
At the CEA Line Show, vendors are now giving sneak peeks at touchscreen Wi-Fi routers, a mobile media hub, a folding digital camera stand, and other future gadgets.
With new malware and other security hacks always emerging, this week's RSA Conference will focus on new ways to protect Web sites, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices.
Will a new group spur better software applications for end users? The ADA will promote innovation among developers, from music apps to PC business applications.
With a new Win8-only product now on the way, WinZip's just shipped version 17 adds features for secure file and photo sharing across Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP.