Apple Makes iWork for iCloud Free for All, Drops Beta Access

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Apple is getting serious about the cloud. Just two short weeks after offering  beta access, Apple has quietly made iCloud available to all, with no Apple hardware required. Now anyone who is looking for a competitor to Google Docs or the other online office suites can try Apple’s productivity suite.  They'll get 1GB storage to fill with the docs, spreadsheets, ...

Infographic: Who’s Tracking You Online, and How to Fight it

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Concerned about online privacy? We all know we're being tracked online by everyone from tech companies to national governments to rogue police organizations, but sometimes it's easy to forget just how pervasive that tracking really is. The following infographic looks into who tracks browsing habits, as well as the steps you can take to limit such activity in ...

Amazon Watch: Launching Soon in South Korea?, Swahili Now Supported in Kindle Store

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Local sources are reporting that Amazon is in a hiring spree in Seoul, South Korea. The Korean language news site Donga reports that the retailer is hiring up to 300 positions in anticipation of a launch in March. The jobs are mostly in IT, which is leading some to speculate that Amazon plans to launch a digital presence ...

The Morning Coffee – 27 February 2015

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Here are 6 stories to read this Monday morning. Yes, it's Monday. I've used my nefarious supervillian powers to erase the weekend. Bwahahaha! Are "brows" disappearing? (Nathan Bransford, Author) Business Musings: Indispensable (Kristine Kathryn Rusch) A First Look at Advertising with Amazon  (Nicholas C. Rossis) The More You Know®: burnished pearls of bookish wisdom from wacky Wikipedia talk pages (MobyLives) The Top ...