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If your inbox is overflowing (and whose inbox isn't?), a service called SaneBox could help. Dan Miller has a quick video tour.
Microsoft's release of an Office suite for the iPhone is too little, too late and yet another timid move aimed at protecting Windows 8 sales at the expense of customer demand for a product like this one for iPads, according to analysts.
TextGen’s cloud-based service turns any phone number into a powerful and versatile customer communication platform.
Adobe's move to Creative Cloud offers a chance to overhaul its software in exciting ways–but it could leave the company damaged if customers aren't won over.
The foremost social site for professional networking Friday rolled out two-step verification to help users prevent hacking attempts.
This week's roundup features some of the scariest creatures known to human kind: Zombies. Orcs. Bullies. And accountants. Check out what we found this week.
Mobile payments startup Payleven has struck a deal that calls for Apple to start selling chip-and-PIN readers in its retail stores across Europe.
Google is integrating Gmail with Google Wallet so that users can send payments as a mail attachment, even if the recipient doesn't have a Gmail address.
Vobok, a free iOS and Android app, lets you share 30-second sound clips as an audio answer to Vine’s six-second video loops and Twitter’s 140-character written missives.
Note-taking software provider Evernote originally wanted to delve into the hardware business as far back as 2007, with an egg-like device capable of recording conversations, the company's CEO said on Tuesday.
Google Drive users no longer have to worry about accessing their documents without an Internet connection--as long as they’re using Google’s Chrome browser