Google released standalone apps for its documents and spreadsheet tools for iPhone and iPad users. Here's what you need to know to get started.
New physical mockups and comparisons point to the next iPhone being as thin as the iPod Touch. iWatch samples are under production and new MacBook Airs with speed bumps are here.
Kingsoft's newly updated suite gives Office for iPad a run for its money. Except it doesn't cost any.
Docs and Sheets users now have access to even more features through Google Drive add-ons. Here’s how to use them.
Whether you bought your Android device last year -- or last month -- you can benefit from a little spring cleaning.
You have several software options when you need to create a document or build a slideshow. We help you figure out which one best fits your needs.
Tablets generally are better for browsing than for getting work done, but a Bluetooth keyboard accessory dramatically improves the iPad's utility, CNET's Stephen Shankland finds.
This low-cost cloud storage service comes with a 2 terabyte drive, one for you, one for everyone else with a Space Monkey drive.
Users can now crop, apply shape masks, and add borders directly to images in Slides and Drawings presentations.
Google gets more serious about taking on the likes of Amazon Web Services, slashing on-demand rates by as much as 85 percent.
If you don't mind bringing your own keyboard, mouse, and display, this little black box is an inexpensive way to leave traditional OS computers behind.
Solid battery life, an SD card slot, a good keyboard and a touchscreen: hey, this Acer Chromebook's not so bad at all. In fact, it's probably the best Chromebook we've ever seen.
Smart tech for smart students
Forget the pencils and notebooks. Gear up your students with these portable and powerful note-taking machines.