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The newest version of Office can also be had for an annual fee, Apple's iPad gets more storage, and sites stream the Super Bowl for free.
We love this all-in-one's low price and office-appropriate features, but we can't overlook its poor performance and dismal output quality.
ZDNet's David Coursey and Chris Pratley, a Microsoft product manager, take a look at the new features in Microsoft Office 2003, which is now available to several thousand beta testers.
Frank finally becomes 'one of the guys' with his Coors Light co-workers.
When 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley and his crew went to China to record the black-market dismantling of electronic waste, or "e-waste," the experience was almost as hazardous for the "60 Minutes" team as working with the toxic material is for poor Chinese workers. Watch the full segment this Sunday, November 9, on '60 minutes.'
Super Bowl XLV features some memorable tech ads, details of Motorola Xoom's pricing are leaked in a Best Buy flier, and AOL shakes up the media industry with its deal to purchase The Huffington Post.
Wilson might be the only host on The 404 who watched the entire big game on Sunday, so we don't spend too much time talking about the actual game and instead stick to the commercials. Ads this year included Google's first Super Bowl ad. Also, HomeAway revitalized the Griswold family from National Lampoon's "Vacation,",\ and Motorola aired a commercial with Megan Fox selling something...we just don't remember what it is.
Pixie indie heartthrob Joanna Newsom's first video, directed by Terri Timely