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  • 12 personal security resolutions for 2013

    Among your typical New Year's resolutions - lose weight, stop smoking, be happier - you should consider making some pledges to better secure your digital life. You might even be healthier if you can prevent the stress of a digital disaster, like malware wiping out your PC, having your online accounts hacked, or becoming a victim of identify theft because of a phishing scam or data theft. With that in mind, here are some security resolutions you should consider for the new year.

  • Office 2013 has compelling enhancements but also big holes

    The new version of Microsoft Office offers compelling enhancements to its capabilities and interface design, as well as improvements in cloud functionality that should make it a far better product than its predecessor.

  • Top 15 cloud storage tips and tasks

    No single cloud service can do everything. Some shine when it comes to streaming a cloud music collection from the Web, but stink at syncing desktop folders. Other cloud services are great for sharing photos, but useless for reviewing a document's revision history.

  • Google Drive vs. Microsoft SkyDrive - 4 reasons Google is better

    Google Drive, Google's online storage service is finally available after years of rumors, but with Microsoft's SkyDrive offering more space and better integration with Windows 8, is Drive really worth the wait?

  • Google Drive means 'personal cloud' will soon overshadow the PC

    With the launch of Google Drive, the new cloud storage service unveiled by Google, mainstream tech users will soon find themselves engaging in cloud storage and file synchronisation among mobile, laptop and desktop systems.

  • Eight features Windows 8 copies from Linux

    "Good artists borrow, great artists steal!" Pablo Picasso said it. So did T.S. Eliot. And, more recently, Steve Jobs. Let's face it: If something makes sense and succeeds, it gets imitated.

  • Windows 8: Four big concerns so far

    Microsoft in August said Windows 8 would be the most significant reimagining of its trademark operating system since Windows 95. But all those changes may not be for the better, at least based on what we know so far. There are some interesting innovations headed your way such as a new touch-centric interface, a version for ARM-based processors, and deep SkyDrive integration.

  • Amazon tablet - Five features needed to battle the iPad

    Amazon?s unreleased tablet is not expected to arrive until November, but it is already being pitted as the number one rival to Apple?s iPad. Analysts and pundits alike are placing their bets on Amazon, as other Android tablets failed to captivate much consumer interest. But can Amazon get it right where others didn?t succeed?

  • Five services to help build your own website

    Your company's online presence begins and ends with your website. But hiring a designer to dress it up can be expensive, and that's not even including the cost of a custom domain name and website hosting. Fortunately, you have do-it-yourself options.

  • Amazon Cloud Drive and seven key facts potential users need to know beat Google and Apple to the punch this week with the unveiling of its hosted consumer-storage service, Amazon Cloud Drive, and web-based music-player, Cloud Player.

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