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Research in Motion's sleek new BlackBerry Bold 9000 will support 3G networks worldwide, as well as Wi-Fi and GPS. Will it be able to withstand a 3G iPhone challenge?
Make your mouse mighty, tweak Windows massively, and crush cosmic creepy-crawlies.
Phones are off the radar for most hackers today. But Google's Android OS and the iPhone could make them more of a target.
When it comes to running a business, our feet are firmly on the ground but our data and software are increasingly in the cloud.
The curve of acceleration for faster residential broadband seems to be kicking in at long last, but coverage lags and costs are still high.
You may not spend much time considering Unicode, XML, and digital signal processing, but you couldn't get through your day without them.
Speech-based search apps and services such as ChaCha, Microsoft's Tellme, and Yahoo's OneSearch cater to the needs of people on the go.
Have you run into problems with software that charges on a subscription basis? Our tips can help keep unpleasant surprises to a minimum.
Text messaging isn't just kid's stuff anymore. Use these amazing online tools to turn any SMS-capable phone into a productivity powerhouse.
As your business gets more dependent on technology, your computer becomes more targeted by hackers and others constantly on the prowl for vulnerabilities.
An important message for FlashGet users, plus how to fix weird PC clock problems--and a brand new time-wasters section.
SP1 may not give your system much more oomph, but there are other ways to speed Vista up. Spending a few minutes (or a few dollars) optimizing your Vista PC can help it get its groove on.
Calculate complex equations, track shipments, build a Web site, and more--all on Google. Plus, how not to move a palm tree.
How to capture ideas and reminders when you're in transit--using tools you may already have.
Asking about your mother's home town is supposed to help legitimate sites protect your online accounts--but experts say hackers know more about you than you might think.
Get names and addresses from the Web, research practically anything, and learn about a new input device.
The new technology of smartphones offers huge potential for entrepreneurs.
Even if you're paying top dollar for high-speed Internet service, you may not be getting the performance you expect. Follow our guide to boost your broadband speed.
Put the 'you' in YouTube with this hands-on guide to shooting, editing, and uploading your own movies and mashups.
We've all run into obnoxious people on the Internet. But these are the kinds of idiots who make you feel like logging off permanently.
VideoSpin is useful for free video editing software, but watch out for the ads.
GPS, electronic compasses, and new software will soon let our phones show us around town.
The $2.25 billion casual gaming industry is on the brink of explosive success. How can you join the game?
True or false, the information people find about you on the Web can have a big impact on your life. Here are five techniques to make sure that what people read about you is good (or at least true).
With a USB keychain drive and a little forethought, you can carry a personalized computer everywhere and leave your laptop at home.
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