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Andy Wolber highlights five things you need to know to use Google Apps on a Windows 8 tablet.
Google Apps offers a cheap and effective suite of apps for businesses or schools looking to move to the cloud. Here are 10 ways to improve your Google Apps experience.
Greg Shultz shows you how to move from Hotmail.com to Outlook.com now instead of waiting for Microsoft to do it for you later.
Greg Shultz explores the Windows 7 Resource Monitor's features with the goal being to teach you how the tool can be used to troubleshoot performance.
Using the Microsoft Windows 7 voice recognition application is a very effective tool for reducing stresses that cause repetitive motion disorders.
The TechRepublic Microsoft Windows Blog member poll: Will you or your users really give up the keyboard for a tablet PC?
Outlook 2010 integrates a number of new features that make it easy to keep tabs on your social networking contacts and activities.
This week, learn the solution to last week's Word challenge and test your Outlook skills on this week's new challenge.
Shawn Morton lists eight useful business apps for iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android devices. The categories for the apps are productivity, travel, networking, and business news.
Although the HTC Droid Eris hasn't received as much press as the Motorola Droid, Shawn Morton explains why it may be better device for most smartphone users.