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If you're looking to expand the functionality of your browser, look no further than these must-see add-ons for business professionals, social-networking junkees, avid shoppers, and students.
Google tells us which Gmail themes and Labs add-ons are getting the most use since their introduction. You might be surprised by what's on top.
Normally $48 for just one year, this incredibly handy service adds snooze capabilities to your inbox.
Help the sites you frequent stay in business by adding them to AdBlock Plus's whitelist, which restricts the obtrusiveness of the ads that open on the page.
Microsoft's Office 2013 is out this week, starting at £110, or £80 per year for a premium Home subscription.
After two decades of using Windows, the Mac -- with a little help from the Web -- wins away a user.
Research firm NPD says consumers spent a tidy sum on used games, game downloads and rentals, and add-ons. The figure doesn't include sales of actual new-game disks.
Gmail is great, but it's easy to make it even better. These tricks and add-ons can help you make the most of your e-mail.
Clean up outdated and duplicate contact entries in Gmail or Outlook, then export the updated list so it's ready to sync with your iPhone or iPad via iTunes or iCloud.
To ensure that your browsing history isn't shared with online advertisers, use Google's opt-out features or the free Disconnect add-on for Google Chrome and Firefox to opt out of receiving ads based on your online footprints.