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July 21, 2015 By CoffeeCup Software

CoffeeCup HTML Editor

CoffeeCup HTML Editor: Advanced web design for everyone. You want to create great websites, totally stellar, kick-butt websites that...

April 2, 2015 By Peridot Technologies

Easy Flyer Creator

Software to create, print and share interactive flyers, brochures, leaflets, certificate, door hangers, tickets from templates. More...

March 19, 2014 By Summitsoft

Logo Design Studio

No one knows your business better than you. Don't be limited to a single logo concept from an overpriced design form. Get easy recognition...

February 7, 2008 by

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

Nokia's Internet Tablet is getting better, adding a GPS receiver and a QWERTY keyboard. It's still difficult to recommend as a business tool, though, as it lacks integrated 3G/HSDPA connectivity.

August 20, 2007 by

Nokia E90 Communicator

It won’t appeal to everyone, but the E90 is a worthy successor in Nokia's Communicator line, despite the fact that there are now many keyboard-equipped mobile devices available.

March 28, 2007 by

Nokia E65

This business-oriented slider-style phone includes quad-band GSM, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and is pleasingly ergonomic to use.

July 24, 2006 by

Sony Ericsson M600i

Sony Ericsson's M600i is a Symbian/UIQ smartphone with wide appeal, thanks to its support for 3G connectivity, push email, the Opera Web browser, plus a range of multimedia features.

June 19, 2006 by

Nokia E61

On the evidence of the E61, Nokia's E series should make an impact on the mobile email market: this Series 60 Symbian smartphone is packed with features, has a large, high-quality screen and delivers excellent battery life.

May 23, 2005 by

Will 'Internet security' always be an oxymoron?

It's common knowledge that using something you don't understand means incurring a certain degree of risk. Since computer users can't possibly know everything about the software they use--and most users have no hope of writing it themselves--they must accept some degree of risk when using the Internet.

May 20, 2005 by

What's left for RSS to disrupt? Plenty

Updated 5/20/05: Steve Gillmor is back on "the air" again.   Under the name the "Gillmor Daily," Gillmor's new regular gig featured Dave Winer (credited with the birth or rebirth of the XML-RPC, RSS, podcasting, and OPML) for the first show and based on what is said near the show's end, Winer will be making regular appearances.

April 11, 2005 by

Can greylisting help stem the tide of junk e-mail?

If you asked 10 people about their most frustrating problem with the Internet, I'm willing to bet that nine would mention e-mail. While there are certainly other security problems with the Internet, e-mail is where several Internet security problems converge.


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