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NudgeMail is a gem of a Web service that makes it simple to send yourself reminders at specific dates or times. If you spend much of your productive time in your e-mail Inbox, NudgeMail just may help you be more productive.
A multitalented workhorse, this unit offers impressive speed and print quality, plus reasonable toner costs.
Agile Web Solutions’ 1Password 3 is one of the best password management tools available. Several robust and powerful features make it nearly indispensible.
If you're looking for a sleeve for protecting your new 11-inch MacBook Air inside a larger bag, or a case for carrying the Air and a few small items between meetings, the Viper Hardcase 11 is a nice option that offers quite a bit more protection than the typical sleeve—at the price of un-Air-like bulk.
The Droid Pro has the features and keyboard to please any business or IT professional, but call quality is disappointing.
The Samsung Mesmerize for U.S. Cellular packs power and a brilliant screen in a sleek and stylish form.
Printopia lets you print from any print-capable iOS app to any of your Mac's printers. Printopia also makes it easy to "print to PDF," saving the resulting files to your Mac or to your Dropbox folder.
This color laser printer is a solid performer with nice output, but its consumables can be expensive.
Speed and print quality vary on this inkjet multifunction, but its low ink costs could be a reasonable trade-off for some users.
The Ooma Telo is an affordable and versatile landline-replacement home-phone system, one that delivers unsurpassed call quality. It’s like Vonage without the monthly subscription charges, and like the MagicJack without the computer requirement.
This beautiful and thoughtfully designed tool makes it a pleasure to create text on your iOS device.
The behemoth HTC HD7 has some impressive specs like a 4.3-inch screen, 16GB of storage, and a 5-megapixel camera with 720p video capture, but it does not support T-Mobile's speedy HSPA+ network.
Stylish, feature-filled, and comfortable to hold, the Android-based Galaxy Tab promises to be the first true iPad rival.