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  • Office Q&A: Add custom AutoComplete items; evaluate groups in an Excel data set

    Susan Harkins helps readers with simple Office solutions. This month, she shows how to reclaim custom AutoComplete items and how to evaluate groups using aggregate functions.

  • What would 'real' patent reform look like? Larry Downes - CNET - 15 hours ago
    What would 'real' patent reform look like?

    Commentary: Congress may pass antitrolling legislation this year. But that's only the first step toward fixing a broken patent system

  • These are the 10 companies that spend the most on advertising Lara O'Reilly - Business Insider - 18 hours ago
    These are the 10 companies that spend the most on advertising

    YouTube General Motors, which owns Chevrolet, is one … Continued The post These are the 10 companies that spend the most on advertising appeared first on Business Insider.

  • theEMPLOYEEapp: A push content app that is underwhelming Will Kelly - TechRepublic - 19 hours ago
    theEMPLOYEEapp: A push content app that is underwhelming

    theEMPLOYEEapp has aspirations to be the enterprise solution for pushing documents to mobile workers but need a shove in a few key areas.

  • Self/less review: The evil rich want to use your body for pickup basketball games

    By that metric, the trailer for Self/less (directed by Tarsem Singh, still best known for The Cell,) seemed to promise a winning combination: perennial action hero Ryan Reynolds, wielding a flamethrower against a creepy scientist who helps the rich consume the poor. Damian Hale (Sir Ben Kingsley) is a New York developer …

  • Lollipop comes to Remix OS 1.5 and available for the Nexus 10 James Kendrick - @ ZDNet - 20 hours ago
    Lollipop comes to Remix OS 1.5 and available for the Nexus 10

    Remix OS that runs on the Remix Ultra tablet from Jide has been updated to version 1.5. The new version is based on Android 5.0 and a ROM image has been released for the Nexus 10.

  • Drug companies still supplying Greece after 'No' vote By Ben Hirschler - Reuters - 21 hours ago

    Pharmaceutical companies said on Monday they would continue to supply medicines to Greece for now, despite increased financial uncertainty after Greeks rejected the terms of a rescue package from creditors in a referendum.     The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (Efpia), representing 40 …

  • Kodak Pixpro SP360 Action Cam review: Immersion lite for brands diving into 360 video

    For brands dipping a toe into immersive video, the Kodak Pixpro SP 360 provides a relatively low-cost way to create 360 videos.

  • 5 Odd Facts About Lewis Carroll Laura Geggel - LiveScience.com - 21 hours ago
    5 Odd Facts About Lewis Carroll

    Alice fell down the famous rabbit hole 150 years ago, after family friend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (better known by his pen name, Lewis Carroll) told the story to the Liddell sisters on a boat trip down the Thames on July 4, 1862. Ten-year-old Alice Liddell, delighted by the tale, asked him for a written copy of the story. …

  • Macrium Reflect Free Edition review Download.com staff - Download.com - Mon, Jul 6, 2015

    Clone disks and create, burn, and back up disk images

  • KeePass Password Safe review Download.com staff - Download.com - Mon, Jul 6, 2015

    Store your passwords in a single database locked with master key or key file

  • Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events adaptation appears to have a teaser trailer

    Of all the children's books series that didn't deserve to have cruddy movie adaptations, A Series of Unfortunate Events is perhaps Hollywood's greatest victim. The 2004 Dreamworks take on Daniel Handler's (pen name Lemony Snicket) cult classic series about the harrowing lives of the three Baudelaire orphans could have …

  • Something ‘scary’ went wrong with NASA’s probe to Pluto Jessica Orwig - Business Insider - Sun, Jul 5, 2015
    Something ‘scary’ went wrong with NASA’s probe to Pluto

    NASA On July 4, NASA got an unexpected … Continued The post Something ‘scary’ went wrong with NASA’s probe to Pluto appeared first on Business Insider.

  • Steer clear of low-tech hacks: How to keep your information safe

    It doesn't take a coding genius to steal your Social Security number, but you can be smarter than identity thieves.

  • Pluto Probe Suffers Glitch 10 Days Before Epic Flyby Mike Wall - SPACE.com - Sun, Jul 5, 2015
    Pluto Probe Suffers Glitch 10 Days Before Epic Flyby

    A glitch caused NASA's New Horizons spacecraft to go dark for more than an hour Saturday (July 4), just 10 days before its historic flyby of Pluto. "During that time, the autonomous autopilot on board the spacecraft recognized a problem and — as it’s programmed to do in such a situation — switched from the main to the …