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Mobile Banking and Mitek: Business Finally Starting to \”Get\” B-to-C Apps

U.S. Bank will soon up the ante in business customer service with the introduction in early 2013 of a Mobile Photo Bill Pay application for their customers. The fifth largest[...]

You Don\’t Own Your Amazon Kindle eBooks

You may own a Kindle full of books, but in reality, the only thing you truly own is the Kindle. Buried in the spaghetti code that is Amazon\’s Kindle license[...]

Microsoft Office 2013 Review: Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook

Microsoft Office has long been the gold standard for productivity suites, and Office 2013 continues that trend with new features designed to help users work more efficiently and effectively. Microsoft[...]

Apple Branded HDTV: FaceTime Could Be Apple\’s Winning Feature

An HDTV from Apple has been long rumored, and it looks like dreams could be coming true for Apple fans sometime before the end of 2013. According to the Wall[...]

10 Things You Should Know About Windows 8 Before Upgrading UPDATED

Microsoft Windows 8 only just got here, but undoubtedly many users are eager to get their hands on it and see what the new operating system has to offer. But[...]

Dragon NaturallySpeaking (DNS) 12 Review

An already impressive product, Dragon NaturallySpeaking (DNS) software turns talk into text easily on PCs. With the latest update bringing initial Windows 8 support and some other new enhancements, Nuance[...]

CyberLink Media Suite 10 Review

CyberLink offers a slew of media related applications and utilities, and it has bundled together a variety of these programs to create the CyberLink Media Suite 10. PowerDVD, PowerDirector, MediaShow,[...]

Outlook.com Review: Microsoft Vs. Google

Outlook.com is an email service from Microsoft that has replaced Hotmail.com, and Microsoft has made it sleeker and easier to navigate. Microsoft\’s web-based mail client is up against well-known email[...]

How to Play Old-School Video Games on Android Tablets

In the gaming community, nostalgia is power. It doesn’t matter if today’s latest release of “War of Shootfighter 6: Modern Violence Guy” boasts super high quality graphics or enormous set[...]

The Great Reinventors: Best & Worst Tech Company Rebranding Efforts

A brand defined as a complex set of inter-related components that overall set an expectation for a customer experience. A brand involves the name the logo, the colors, the tone,[...]

OfficeSuite Pro Review: Great Office Compatibility

OfficeSuite Professional (OSP) 6 from MobiSystems has some huge shoes to fill, with big rivals out there like Documents to Go (DTG) and Quickoffice Pro. However, by featuring an elegant[...]

Black Friday Electronics Sales Down, Does It Really Matter?

The shaky future of the U.S. economy seems to have done no favors for the consumer electronics industry on Black Friday, as market research firm The NPD Group reports that[...]

Any Video Converter (AVC) Ultimate Review: Cool But Quirky DVD Copying

Any Video Converter (AVC) Ultimate allows users to copy DVDs to other DVDs, and allows users to format videos for other devices, such as tablets and smartphones. AVC Ultimate also[...]

Ford Focuses on App Integration for 2013

2013 brings major enhancements to Ford\’s SYNC in-car telematics product offered in the all-new 2013 Ford Focus. The all new Focus is intended to be a technological tour-de-force, offering capabilities[...]

SmartDraw Review: A \’Visual Processor\’ for Windows PC Charts & Graphs

Would you like to create pie charts, timelines, or other graphics on your Windows PC? If so, Microsoft Office isn\’t the only game in town. A software package called SmartDraw[...]

QR Codes Pose Security Risk, Becoming Obsolete Experts Claim

QR codes have pre-dated their most common usage cases by decades, and just as we are getting to know them, some pundits are predicting the demise of the blocky scanner[...]

OmniJoin Review: Videoconference with Co-Workers from Anywhere

OmniJoin, a cloud service by Brother, offers small and medium sized businesses easy to use video conferencing at an affordable price. It features high performance video and great usability. The[...]

Browser Wars: Google Chrome Increases Lead over Internet Explorer

In the battle for web browser supremacy there can only be one, and that one is apparently Google Chrome. Google Chrome has inched ahead of Internet Explorer (IE) last month[...]

What Are the Best Apps for Financial Pros?

The mobile device world is saturated with applications that provide numerous functions. Each year developers create newer, more efficient apps that can perform the most complicated or perfunctory financial tasks.[...]

Apple vs. Samsung: What It Means for Consumers

Two tech giants are slugging it out in courtrooms all over the world. Find out it means for the iPhone, Galaxy series, and even every other Google Android device on[...]