While some outraged users dump Facebook, complain to public officials, and launch lawsuits, others downplay privacy concerns.
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 gadget protections.
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 charge for groups ranging from small to huge.
As CEO Steve Ballmer crows about Windows 7 sales, another exec, Stephen Rose, blogged warnings about the final death knell of Windows XP. This all flies in the face of recent Windows 8 sneak peaks, an OS Ballmer calls their "riskiest move yet."
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 against Facebook, Twitter, and even cloud-based office suites such as Microsoft's Office 365.
If you're considering buying a loved one a new PC this spring, don't forget that software has as much (if not more) impact on your computing experience as hardware. We rate the best software applications in five categories -- Security, Office Suites, Photo Editing, Video Editing, and Online Backup -- and offer free alternative apps in each area, just in case you forgot to budget for apps when you laid down cash for your new desktop, laptop, or tablet computer.
NotebookReview's Computer Optimization Guide is designed to help you and your computer work faster together to be more productive. In part one we focused on improving your computer's performance, and now we will focus on improving the way you use a computer.
This three-part series is designed to help everyday computer users improve their productivity by optimizing their computer's performance, making use of handy shortcuts in the Windows operating system, and creating and maintaining a backup schedule. Let's get started with part one, improving performance.
From open-source software to Web-based applications, there are so many free alternatives to Microsoft Office it's a wonder anyone pays hundreds of dollars for a word processor, spreadsheet, or presentation program anymore. But of all the freebie office suites out there, which is most worth the money you don't have to spend? We break down the top five contenders in this buyers guide.
We've reviewed five remote access tools each with their own capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses. Some programs worked flawlessly, others did alright, and one fell flat on its face. Read on to see which Remote Access program earned our Editor's Choice.
If you're buying a PC this holiday season, virtually every vendor will try to up-sell you a license for some version of Microsoft Office 2007. Not only should you not buy MS Office 2007, you shouldn't pay for any office productivity suite this year. Here are five reasons why.
Given the current state of the global economy, now is probably a great time for you to consider organizing your household budget -- and maybe even your investments -- with some personal finance management software. The question thus becomes: Which finance app offers the most bang for your buck, especially when some of them are available for free. We separate the toxic assets from the sound financial instruments in this buyer's guide.
IBM today announced Lotus Symphony, a suite of free software tools for creating and sharing documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Starting today users can download this office software for any purpose whether it's academic, business or personal.
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