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Anthony Domanico is a freelance journalist covering consumer technology. He's passionate about smartphones, tablets, wearables, productivity tools, gaming, and streaming.

How to use Microsoft Word's works cited tools: Sources, footnotes, and more

From bibliographies to footnotes and beyond, here's everything you need to know to use Microsoft Word's works cited tools.

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Apple introduces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Apple's smartphone gets bigger and biggerer.

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Meet the mobile payment services vying to replace your wallet

Amazon Wallet is just the latest service looking to help you pay for things on the go. But where does it fit in with the other major players looking to manage your digital wallet?

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Pay $5 more, get four times the data with T-Mobile's revised Simple Starter plan

Wireless carriers continue to one-up each other, as T-Mobile boosts the data offered through its entry-level wireless plan to 2GB.

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Dress up your Word document with page numbers, a table of contents and more

Word's tools and wizards make it easy to show off your work with professional-looking formats.

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Google, Barnes & Noble take a page from Amazon's book with same-day delivery

You'll be able to get books the same day you order them from Barnes & Noble -- assuming you're living in the three cities where Google is offering the service through Google Shopping Express.

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But I want it now: Amazon expands same-day delivery

Near-instant gratification is now available in 12 markets, provided you get your order in early enough.

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Heading to Comic-Con? Check your Google Glass at the door

Organizers for the annual gathering of sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book enthusiasts won't allow Google's smartglasses into screenings or sessions. What's a cutting-edge comics fan to do?

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Pinterest peaks, Facebook falters in customer satisfaction survey of social sites

Though Facebook is the lowest-ranked social networking site in the American Consumer Satisfaction Index ratings, its score still improved over last year.