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US, Canada can download Office 2007 Dec. 1

Microsoft Corp. Monday confirmed that it has completed work on Office 2007

FTC halts, fines spyware operation

A U.S. District Court judge has ordered a spyware operation to give up more than US$4 million in profit after the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a lawsuit against the company. The FTC accused the company and an affiliate of deceptively downloading spyware onto computers, changing the computers' settings and hijacking their search engines.

Product Review: NEC Versa DayLite

This product review looks at the NEC Versa DayLite notebook, a bantamweight power miser made for taking notes, consulting spreadsheets and performing other low-power office work outdoors.

Learning via the Web helps retain staff

Electronic learning or e-learning -- educating employees using Web-enabled materials over the Internet -- is taking off as the training method of choice here in Canada.

This CD-ROM is Something to Sniff at

Aromatherapists aren't known for their technological prowess, but the discipline of healing physical and emotional ailments with essential oils derived from plants and herbs is pretty information-intensive. Enter "Essential Aromatherapy", a self-paced CD-ROM course developed by Essential Training Solutions Ltd. of Daventry, England. By covering the basics of aromatherapy in a well-planned if not terribly sophisticated manner, the course offers a good model for designing self-paced training.

Getting The Goods On Compaq’s Lightweight Aero 8000

Psssst! I turned to see a sleazy-looking character in a dirty trench coat. "Hey," he said. "Wanna...

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