With its update for iOS 7, Evernote gives you greater control over the information that shows up on your home screen as well as its color.
Extensive customization was long the norm with enterprise application software, but it wasn't always a good thing.
Road Trip 2011: Anyone who buys a Porsche can choose to have just about anything on the car customized--unless it's unsafe. CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman took a look at some of the ways new owners have their vehicles outfitted.
Places Search is another step for Google to deliver location-based services. You cannot, however, turn off location-based customization. Google claims that your search results won't be of a "high quality," if you do.
NEC's PA271W's OSD has more customization options than we've ever seen.
On this edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks with senior writer Stephen Shankland about the constantly evolving features on Gmail, Google's Web-based e-mail program. From calendar modules to colored stars to quick access to your Google Docs, Shankland explains how the popular service is trying to become the one-stop shopping landing page to compete with Microsoft and Yahoo.
The Web is hot with some recent Apple patent filings coming to light. The first suggests that Apple may be checking out the possibility of a stylus for its touch screen devices. The second details a user interface that changes based on a customized mode.
Novell has apparently figured out how to enable "mass customization" with a cool new tool for Suse Linux enabling users to create and test variants of Suse Linux Enterprise and OpenSuse.
The software giant's multitouch technology will be incorporated in BMW Product Navigator devices at dealerships to help customers choose and animate new-car options.
Microsoft is offering its latest line of Zune MP3 players with custom, laser-etched graphics.