The online service DropItToMe offers a way for people to send you files through Dropbox without them having to install the software
Keeper can help you keep your passwords safe from prying eyes, and allows you to share them securely. But it's not as user-friendly as some of its rivals, and it can be expensive.
Springpad makes it easy to save, share, and organize your digital information. This free service lets you "spring" information from the Web, photos, notes, and more, and organize it into notebooks that you can share if you'd like.
We all hear the jokes about employees not-really-working at home. If you're not sure what remote employees are up to, use these tech tools and management tips to get the most out of them and take the worry out of your work-at-home policy. (Surprise: Spying is not the best answer.)
IFTTT is a free service that lets you connect your social media, photo and other Web services to each other. Luckily, it's far easier to use than it is to explain. Or spell.
This easy-to-use, Web-based slideshow tool lets you share your photos and helps you discover those shared by others. Unfortunately, its lack of functional support for any photo service but Picasa limits its usefulness.
Web-based app PhotoSnack lets you create and share slick slideshows, but brands them all with a watermark unless you pay.
Twitter's influence on TweetDeck is becoming more apparent in this major new version, with the option of a new, lighter look. We review the new features, including a column navigator that makes it easy to customize the layout.
Lost Photos trolls the depths of your email account, looking for any images and saving them to your hard drive.
The fourteenth version of RealPlayer adds mobile-phone-friendly features, but ads detract from the appeal of this for-pay version.
Articles by Liane Cassavoy