Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
Here's a hint: It'll make your laptop a lot easier to work with.
Microsoft late Thursday announced that development of Office 2013 is finished meaning the company will now focus on distributing the new version of Office to consumers and enterprises.
Tech giants like Apple, Google, and Microsoft have an obligation to make technical changes tolerable for those who pay the bills.
Vimium is a Chrome extension that adds a rich set of shortcut keys for opening links, navigating pages, and more.
When you're not satisfied with the basics of cut-and-paste, turn to ClipboardFusion.
Cold Turkey is an open-source tool that lets you block access to distracting websites during selected times.
Harness the power of styles to format and edit your Word documents quickly.
We can harness technology (and friends) to help us stick to our goals even when the going gets tough, and to create personal breakthroughs. Here are some tools that can help.
Looking to work with colleagues on shared project files? Google Drive, Office 365, and Zoho promise to help. We tried all three services and picked a winner.
We tested 20 cloud-storage services to find the best tools for sharing and syncing files, backing up PCs, sharing photos, listening to music, and more.
Email attachment limits can be frustrating when you need to give colleagues large documents. We looked at RapidShare, Sendspace, and YouSendIt to determine which file-sending service is best.
Mousotron lets you track your typing and mousing distance and compare them with other users.
Free Web service StickK holds you to your promises by putting real money on the line.
Free online tool Joe's Goals makes it easy to create, track, and share progress on personal goals.
Create "productivity chains" with free service Chains.cc.