Microsoft Office lovers, we've got some good news and some bad news: The good news is that the cloud-friendly 2013 edition has arrived and is ready for your hard-earned dollars. The bad news is, it's not for the Mac (yet).
Cultured Code's Things can help you get organized and keep tasks, ideas, and inspiration from falling through the cracks. And through January 31 it's on sale for half off, $24.99. I'm here to tell you, it's worth every penny.
Love it or hate it, the Mac OS X Dock makes it easy for us to keep favorite applications a click away at all times. But what if you want several docks for different tasks, or the ability to customize them in ways that Apple might frown upon? That’s where a handy shareware application called Dock-It comes in.
The Mac App Store certainly has made buying Mac software a convenient affair -- just a click and a password, and boom, there it is. But like the iOS App Store, it's starting to fill up fast. That's good news for you -- lots of choice -- but it also means that when you type in a keyword or open up a category, you're faced with multiple options.
We're here to help.
We put dozens of Mac App Store offerings through our ringer of a reviews process and settled on 20 diverse applications that all scored well and come with our recommendation. Even better? They're less than $20 a pop.
You’ve got to spend money to make money. But with the rise of iDevices, you don’t need to spend much to make a lot. With a few well-planned purchases, you can get your business going with nothing but an iPhone, iPad, and a few good ideas.
An iOS business is a highly mobile one, so get the Wi-Fi hotspot on your iPhone for an additional $25 a month on your AT&T or Verizon bill.
It's tax season, that time of year when so many of us make the financial equivalent of a New Year's resolution. You promise to spend your money wisely, keep every receipt, live within your budget, and save some money for a change. But this time you mean it. This time you're going to make that resolution stick.
Your first step? Paying your bills on time to avoid those pesky late fees. And your iOS devices are going to help you do just that.
Tracking your work hours has evolved considerably since Fred Flintstone held a slab of rock in a bird’s mouth and bonked it on the head. Virtual TimeClock ’10, the latest product to tackle the job, has refined employee time tracking to the point where clocks, cards, and their attendant administrative tedium are handily tamed. As the name suggests, Virtual TimeClock replicates the functionality of the traditional employee time clock.