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BitDefender was an excellent performer among security suites, but it's best for experts who don't need guidance regarding security extras and pop-up alerts and who don't mind therough interface.
The Trend Micro security suite combines a good feature set and solid malware disinfection, but those benefits are offset by below-average detection as well as interface and installation bugs.
Symantec's Norton Internet Security 2008 suite offers solid security protection and features, including the best behavior-based defense against unknown threats.
Outsourcing is reaching new levels of creativity as entrepreneurs figure out more tasks that can be sourced elsewhere.
What would a week in the tech-world be without another questionable lawsuit against Apple?
Sony Ericssona announces 3G USB modem that supports tri-band UMTS and quad-band GSM, new deal with Google.
Will Facebook's new ad strategy turn the social network into an ad network for corporate America?
Stuck in an unfamiliar town? These sites help you get the most out of your business trip.
When will you be able to buy a Google phone? We'll answer your questions about everything about Android, the Google phone, and the Open Handset Alliance in this evolving FAQ.
Cure a sluggish PC, improve your defenses, and have more computing fun with these great programs. Most are freebies, and you can try those that aren't before you put down any cash.
These add-ons for Apple gadgets, for the plane, car, and hotel room are cool--but are they worth the money?
New version of Yahoo offers Search Assist feature and more Search Shortcuts.
From a blog about a stained blue dress to the day Larry met Sergey, these are the pivotal moments that made the Web what it is today.
Sometimes a program's new version is actually worse than the previous one. Here are 13 apps we liked better before they were "improved"--plus tips on finding the earlier editions.
A few simple tweaks to the BIOS and to Windows' power settings can cut your PC power bill by more than half.
Blindingly fast chips, flexible displays, nanotube cooling, and more: Tomorrow's technologies will change everything about computing, whether you're at home, at work, or on the road.
Find out what entity is responsible for each cookie you accumulate while surfing the Net.
These downloadable programs, most of which you can try before buying, can save you when disaster strikes your desktop or notebook.
Learn how to get around cartridge expiration dates, buy cheaper ink, and make cartridges last longer.
Turn your PC on, and you're immediately vulnerable to malicious attacks. But you can use these free applications to minimize the dangers and protect yourself.
The biggest video sharing site has some video-quality limitations, but it has the largest audience.
At the top map services, driving directions are just the beginning.
With these programs, you can eliminate a lot of annoying Windows limitations, and enhance your computing fun cheaply--or even for free.
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