Over the last several months we reviewed 10 of the latest high-end consumer Internet security suites -- today we break down the numbers and pick a winner.
Google has unveiled more details about its upcoming Chrome OS, which is slated to be released mid-2011.
Firefox is famous for offering add-ons that improve the web browser but few users think to customize Firefox to make holiday shopping easier. We offer up a list of the best Firefox shopping add-ons to speed up online purchases and ensure your get the best deal available.
Cable companies have good reason to be terrified of streaming video services, but is some combination of Hulu, Netflix Watch Instantly, Amazon Video on Demand and iTunes 10 really ready to replace the cable box? We break it down in this roundup.
Today we tackle two free VoIP services -- Google Voice and Skype 5 beta -- in a comparison review. Find out which online phone replacement packs the biggest bang for zero bucks.
The holiday shopping season is fast upon us and many of us will be stuffing stockings with items purchased online. Fortunately, Google Chrome has a plethora of extensions that make online shopping simpler. We list the eight best in this roundup.
Internet Explorer is rightfully derided as the slowest and least secure browser on the market -- but IE is still the most widely used browser in the world. Thankfully, the majority of Internet Explorer victims...er, users can improve IE security with these seven Add-ons.
With our increasing reliance on computers to get work done, it is more important than ever to keep a secure backup copy of your files and folders. We round up five online backup solutions and pick a winner.
PCs have been able to play back DVDs for roughly a decade but there's always been a nagging issue: playback quality. We round up the three major software applications in DVD/HD playback and see whether the situation has improved.
Those wanting to try out the latest iteration of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser can test drive the 9 Beta.
Pro-grade video editing suites include almost everything but you're eventually going to need an out-of-suite tool -- and after dropping several hundred dollars on your editing software you don't want to pay for a "corner case" application. For these video emergencies we offer the five most useful freeware video editing applications.
Video editing -- especially working in high definition -- will eat every last ounce of performance you make available, so it's vital to have a balanced machine to work off of. We offer up a checklist of steps to ensure your PC is tuned to make video editing as efficient as possible.
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