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Money Magazine: Put your iPad to workupdated: Fri Dec 09 2011 05:52:00

Can't justify buying a $500 tablet simply for entertainment? Then take it seriously: Make an investment in these add-ons and get down to business.

Tech solutions to holiday horrorsupdated: Wed Nov 02 2011 12:52:00

Halloween's over, which means the vast swaths of tinsel and massive Christmas displays in local malls are at least slightly less offensive. That's right, it's time to start thinking about the holidays and all the social disasters they bring: travel, hostessing, being a houseguest, trying to engage in conversation with sulky teenagers and racist great-uncles, the whole nine yards.

CNNMoney: Dropbox's password nightmare highlights cloud risksupdated: Wed Jun 22 2011 05:49:00

It's the security nightmare scenario: A website stuffed with sensitive documents leaves all of its customer data unprotected and exposed.

CNNMoney: In Chromebook, Google believes less is moreupdated: Wed Jun 15 2011 05:23:00

Could you do your job if the only thing installed on your PC was a Web browser?

Find your favorite bands on Twitter with TweetLouderupdated: Fri Feb 18 2011 12:51:00

If you'd love to connect with your favorite musicians and bands on Twitter, but you don't have the time or willpower to hunt-and-peck your way around a few dozen Twitter pages, we've got a great new tool for you.

CNNMoney: To the cloud! Wait, the what?updated: Wed Feb 09 2011 10:36:00

"The cloud" seems to be promoted everywhere lately, even making its way into a Super Bowl commercial.

How Microsoft crowdsourced Office 2010updated: Wed Jun 30 2010 10:33:00

For several years, Denise Carlevato has studied millions of mouse clicks and keystrokes made by anonymous computer users from all over the world. Her objective: to make Microsoft Office better fit the way millions of people work.

Experts say we'll be working in the 'cloud' by 2020updated: Fri Jun 11 2010 12:29:00

In a recent survey of around 900 Internet and tech experts and social analysts, Elon University researchers found that most of their respondents said Internet users will "live mostly in the cloud" by 2020.

Can Microsoft beat Google in the battle to rule cloud computing?updated: Thu May 13 2010 11:47:00

Microsoft made a major leap skywards this week with the release of a cloud-based version of its Office software to businesses called Office Web Apps.

Microsoft launches Office 2010updated: Thu May 13 2010 11:47:00

CNN's Richard Quest speaks with the president of Microsoft International about its newest product, Office 2010.

CNNMoney: Microsoft Office 2010: Mission criticalupdated: Wed May 12 2010 15:17:00

Microsoft unveiled its newest version of Office Wednesday, at a time when one of its biggest revenue drivers is feeling the heat from rivals.

Satellite images show devastation after Haiti earthquakeupdated: Fri Jan 15 2010 11:49:00

Updated satellite imagery of Port-au-Prince has helped to reveal the full extent of the widespread devastation caused by Tuesday's 7.0 magnitude earthquake.

Google images show devastationupdated: Fri Jan 15 2010 11:49:00

Newly released images show the true scale of the devastation after the earthquake in Haiti.

Ten things (OK, 9) I love about telecommutingupdated: Thu Jan 07 2010 10:18:00

With gas prices inching their way back up and traffic in most metropolitan areas bottlenecking along any rush-hour route, it's a wonder that the majority of the modern office workforce doesn't telecommute.

Cloud computing explainedupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 15:26:00

Have you ever wondered what happens when you save a photo to "the cloud" of the Internet? explains how it all works.

Better translator: Machines or humans?updated: Sat Oct 24 2009 11:39:00

One of the Internet's great promises is that it's the ultimate democratizer. It's open to everyone and allows all people to communicate.

Who's the better translator: Machines or humans?updated: Wed Oct 07 2009 14:49:00

One of the Internet's great promises is that it's the ultimate democratizer. It's open to everyone and allows all people to communicate.

CNNMoney: Twitter down: Denial of serviceupdated: Thu Aug 06 2009 15:57:00

Social networking Web site Twitter was unavailable for roughly two hours Thursday morning after being hit by a denial of service attack.

Reports point to widespread Google outagesupdated: Thu May 14 2009 14:38:00

Many people found Google's search site was extremely slow or inaccessible Thursday, and other reports pointed to troubles with other properties including YouTube, Gmail, Google Analytics, Google Maps, Google Docs, AdSense, and Blogger.

Pre-packing checklist: 8 simple stepsupdated: Fri May 01 2009 10:31:00

How can you prepare for next trip? Here, Travel + Leisure offers its checklist of eight simple -- yet easily forgotten -- steps to take before departure.

Is it really safe to download software?updated: Wed Apr 22 2009 10:40:00

When it comes to downloading software from the Internet, I'm always getting conflicting advice from my geeky friends. Knowing my technological ignorance, some tell me that I should never download anything from the Web (recommending only boxed software from the store). Others say some software's okay to download -- but I should be aware of the dangers. How am I supposed to know where to begin identifying the difference? I'm lost!

The Google guide to making it big in a downturnupdated: Mon Mar 23 2009 14:43:00

If you're graduating from school or university this year you might currently be cursing your rotten luck. The economy is weak, jobs are scarce and few companies are willing to take a chance on someone unproven.

How to squeeze the most from your computerupdated: Thu Mar 19 2009 13:18:00

No budget for a new computer in this recession? It's a common malady these days.

Is Microsoft Office worth its weight in tuition?updated: Wed Feb 18 2009 16:25:00

My daughter is starting college, and I was wondering if we should spend money upgrading to the latest version of Microsoft Office for her notebook computer? Late to the Game: Microsoft Office Onlineupdated: Fri Oct 31 2008 17:00:00

Microsoft has announced it will offer an online version of the Office suite, but you won't see it until 2010. In the meantime, try Zoho or Google Docs.

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