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As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
If you are looking for a reliable and simple graphical boot menu, GAG might have something to offer if your hardware is of a certain vintage.
In this column, Tony McSherry covers more of the apps available in Windows 8 RT. This week, it is time for Photos, Video, Music, Maps, Camera, and Skydrive.
Mensys BV, the developer for eComStation, is all set to launch the next major release for their operating system.
Thank you sir! I agree with most of what you say here. And furthermore, you confirm my suspicions about when the major tide turned. All of that said, your problem is what you pe...
to you, in fact, in many of the posts I've said there are situation where I can see Win 8 and tablets being useful in limited work situations and for some individual users. I've sa...
Erik Eckel takes a detailed look at the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models to determine which is best for certain kinds of users.
There is a lot riding on the success of a partnership between Microsoft and Barnes & Noble.
Greg Shultz takes a closer look at some of the changes and new features in Windows Explorer in the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
Deb Shinder is a fan of Microsoft products, but there are several reasons why she hasn't completely jumped on the Windows Phone bandwagon.