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Reports of malware-infected apps in the Android Market send Google scrambling to clean house.
A new social networking service called GageIn aims to make it easier for companies to gather and track business info they need all from one location.
Cloud-based system lets small businesses manage their phone system from a smartphone for a fixed monthly cost.
No Apple participation, no Steve Jobs, no long lines or crowded aisles -- yet there are still some products shown at Macworld Expo that small business may want to see.
After offering upwards of $6 billion to buy the popular deal site, the search giant appears ready to compete with Groupon directly with Google Offers.
Want to change a color, add text or try a new design on your website? Optimizely makes it easy to know what's working and what isn't.
The new small business printers include multifunction, touch screen models and a universal print driver designed to simplify printer deployment and management.
New printers and ePrint technology give users the option to print from the Web and mobile devices like the iPad and iPhone.
The new Priority Inbox feature for Gmail is designed to let you always see your most important messages at the top of the page. How smart is it?
The attractive ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one desktop is highly suitable as a small business computer, and it also offers security and desktop management features.
The Small Business NSS 300 network storage line boasts faster performance and integrated business applications.
Expanding its offerings for small business, HP adds more storage, networking and, with Microsoft as a partner, unified communications products.
Despite its consumer beginnings, the iPad seems destined to be the next must-have work accessory, according to a recent study. The business world appears willing to embrace -- and support -- the popular mobile device.
In her book, The Facebook Era, Clara Shih looks at how social networking provides broader access to customers and does so at unprecedented savings.
The search giant updates the look and feel of its results page with an eye towards making it easier for searchers to find what they're after.
The tiny projection devices may not be ready for the boardroom yet, but they already have found a useful niche and are poised for much broader adoption.
New features and a name change for Google's set of small business marketing services (formerly called Local Business Center). It's designed for SMBs and big companies with local retail outlets.
The offsite data storage service, formerly Data Deposit Box, adds remote access to the desktop to its continuous backup service in a new cloud-based offering called KineticD.
The iPad may be a mobile device designed for fun right now, but like the iPhone before it, the iPad could find its way into the workplace.
As part of its push to get more companies to try its Google Apps suite, the company now offers Microsoft shops a tool to simplify the migration process.
Social search is the next feature Google plans to bolt on to Gmail. What will it do for small business marketing?
Gmail doesnt just join the social networking fray it aims to tame it.
Monday morning quarterbacking will likely take the form of big network traffic spikes as employees (and yes, owners too) jump on social networks to either celebrate or mourn. You need to know the risks.
Program targets SMBs with IT products and services with lease-to-buy option.
Tired of being tied down to one mobile carrier? Google’s Nexus One is available in an unlocked version, so you’re free to use your provider of choice. And that’s just one of its many features.
Starter templates plus a public gallery of templates give people the ability to easily publish content on the Web.
Content management service adds social networking features designed for business customers.
Google Labs releases test version of its e-mail service that can be used offline.
Basex says information overload and interruptions carry a huge price in lost productivity. So what can we do?
Google adds both video and voice features to its Gmail service.
Usability expert details dos and don'ts when writing for an online audience.
The renamed Google Site Search gives Webmasters more custom control.
Webcards offers an easier alternative to creating Web sites.
McAfee-sponsored research finds mobile users expect vendors to pre-install 24 x 7 protection.
Technology often improves for technology's sake. Our man in Silicon Valley mulls what might be on the way in the realm of software and services that actually help people.
In a break from tradition, Apple releases new systems ahead of the big Mac tradeshow next week.
Corporate Suite aimed at companies looking to simplify the transmission of large files.
Is the iPhone a serious device for business? Apple isn't marketing it that way, but a growing chorus of companies is working to make the device more appealing to business users. The latest is WebEx.
Distribution deal adds 'Skype-certified' hardware to Wal-Mart's 1,800 stores.
Lenovo to offer Microsoft's free portal and tool bar on all its computers sold worldwide.
The new Etelos CRM software beta integrates with Google's personalized homepage and business suite.
Seeking new opportunities, Redmond's just announced a new wireless mouse and keyboard for the Mac.
Plantronics' multipoint technology recognizes multiple phones and doesn't require software downloads.
Panasonic scanner automatically combines data from two sides of ID cards and documents.
Intel plans to give PCs a package of built-in management, security and energy-saving features.
The company announced delayed delivery of two highly anticipated products: Windows Vista and Office 2007.
Although Microsoft characterizes the January release as being for consumers, it conceded the delay also affects small business owners looking to adopt the new operating system.
Expanding its line of products, the company aims to provide affordable, enterprise-class storage for the masses.
T60 and X60 models include built-in wireless wide area network support.
Security company details risks mobile workers face from wireless intrusions.
U3 lets you take a personal workspace with you on a key chain.
The $49.95 Microsoft-compatible package brings a familiar interface to the open source platform.
The company will resell the Spare Backup service through its Web site.