Gone are the days of needing to write notes on easily destroyed scraps of paper that clutter your desk. Instead, try one of these note-taking applications, Verne Kopytoff writes.
The BlackBerry Z10 is the newest smartphone from BlackBerry, formally Research in Motion. With a new operating system, this phone is a challenger for the iPhone and Android phones.
For Apple device users, the Mailbox for iOS application is a great new way to manage your email, says Emmanuel Banks. Basically, it turns your email into an efficient to-do list that helps you boost your productivity.
MessageMe, the new messaging app available from iTunes store and Google Play, has taken off like wildfire, attracting 1 million users in its first week.
Share your screen with seven people ... Get your PDFs into Word or editable text ... Reclaim the functionality of Gmail's calendar sharing and synchronization.
People often forget that email messages last forever and can be forwarded to any number of people. There are services, though, that allow you to send a message with a limited lifespan, which come in handy when you have sensitive messages that you don’t want shared.
Google Hangout is a convenient online location offered by Google Plus where you can talk and share with others online. It is an open platform for anyone to talk with anyone. Salespeople use Hangout to talk with out-of-state clients face to face. Vendors use Hangout to demo products with screen sharing.
Google Reader, Google’s service for viewing blogs through an RSS feed, is shutting down July 1. Where does that leave you if you’re a fan of Google Reader? Here’s a list of possible alternatives suggested by Alan Henry at Lifehacker.
Weotta is an application that offers users suggestions for places to eat and things to do immediately or up to 30 days in the future, says TechCrunch writer Anthony Ha. It learns about your preferences as you save suggestions you like and pass on ones that don’t interest you.
Hackers, identity thieves and other online criminals are a real threat, but you don’t have to stand idly by and wait to be victimized. Technology expert Dave Johnson has some simple steps you can take to help keep yourself safe.