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Cut the Cord

“In many ways, the iPad is reinventing portable computing and outstripping the wildest predictions,” Apple chief Timothy D. Cook said last week while unveiling the tablet computer’s latest upgrade. A bit of hyperbole? Yes, but Cook won’t get any argument from online brokers. Barely a year after the first real investment-related applications were designed for […]

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NolaPro Free Accounting

CNET Editors’ review by: CNET staff on July 19, 2011 Noguska’s NolaPro Free Accounting is actually a powerful freeware business suite that uses the Apache and cloud-based tools. It runs securely online from your home or work PC or any server or workstation. It not only handles business accounting but also payrolls, order tracking, inventories, […]

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This app junkie prefers to wait until next year before upgrading to a new iPad

I was surprised by the visceral punch that came with not seeing Steve Jobs take the stage at yesterday’s Apple event. It’s not the first time, but it still feels wrong. Tim Cook did a great job and I had to chuckle when, while comparing the iPad to a Samsung tablet, he said, “you can […]

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Dispatch from the post-PC revolution

Computerworld – While introducing the new iPad, Apple CEO Tim Cook this week said on stage that we’re entering a “post-PC world.” Former Microsoft executive Ray Ozzie agreed, telling Reuters: “Of course we are in a post-PC world.” Most people hearing that might wonder what in the hell they’re talking about. Yes, we’ve all got […]

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Dropbox Website Gets Big Facelift: Hands-On First Look

The online storage service Dropbox has overhauled its Website, making it a lot more useful for managing files without a native app. The revamp brings a much-needed upgrade to Dropbox making the management of files through the Web much easier. Before the update, Dropbox’s Web interface was a bit clunky. To manage a file, you […]

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Phillips: Guard your data, Web links to avoid ID theft

To continue with “guarding” secrets via protecting your identity from those ever-present ID thieves, we sometimes don’t think it’s vital we do so while shopping. Shop-Smart, an arm of Consumer Reports, tells us to think hard before entering both an online and a traditional store. For example: It goes without saying to install security software […]

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5 Big Winners in the Post-PC Era

Recs 0 By Chris Hill More Articles March 10, 2012 Comments (0) The following video is part of our nationally syndicated Motley Fool Money radio show, with host Chris Hill talking with Ron Gross, James Early, and Joe Magyer. As Apple unveiled the new iPad earlier this week, company executives talked about moving to a […]

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Legit Online Jobs

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What We Lose in a Post-PC World

Let me be very clear at the outset. I’m not saying that tablets, consoles, e-readers and the rest of the post-PC devices are bad. Like many others yesterday, I fought with Apple’s shoddy online store to place a pre-order for the new iPad. What time I do spend watching the tube is usually courtesy of […]

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Man recognizes burglar on surveillance video, persuades son to turn himself in – Ogden Standard

WOODS CROSS — A father watching a TV news program recognized his son as one of the people wanted in a computer store burglary, police say. While the two were eating breakfast Friday morning, the father persuaded his son, Jeremy Blair, 26, of Kaysville, to turn himself in to the Davis County Sheriff’s Office, said […]

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