Having to access Google Docs through a browser is perhaps one of the most annoying features of an otherwise excellent cloud office suite. However, two free apps take away a lot of the pain.
By analyzing stolen user name and password details, researchers have discovered that people commonly use the same passwords on various Web sites, leaving them wide open to hack attacks.
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Intel is selling the flawed chipsets for its latest processors to vendors, although with conditions attached.
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Two recent developments have shown how the Internet is creaking at the seams with old age, but new developments might destroy the Net as we know it.
IT executives fear security problems, but from almost every other perspective, including that of end-users, cloud computing makes a lot of sense.
Could much-despised Digital Rights Management (DRM) be an equitable solution to cloud security concerns?
Who said the promise of free cloud storage was dead? A new service from Baltsoft offers free-of-charge 1GB file uploads and downloads.
Mozy has started capping its previously unlimited cloud storage system, possibly indicating that the cloud isn’t as generous as we might have thought.
Business users might be tempted by the NookColor, which has just been hacked to run the full Android OS, but there are important caveats.
Google has overhauled the document organizer within its Docs online office productivity suite, making it even better for business use.
You probably already know that you can shrink (or enlarge) the Dock by clicking and dragging the bars that separate the applications from folder stacks. You...
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Google is rumored to be introducing offline storage for Google Docs, but until that happens, the new Busydocs application bridges the gap.