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Gmail gets another tool for dummies: Name check

A new feature in Gmail labs makes sure you're sending an outgoing e-mail to the correct person, and not someone sharing the same first name.

By October 13, 2009


Backing up gets dummy-proof, thanks to new blank discs

Backing up is now much easier with blank discs that have embedded autorun backup software.

By January 22, 2009


A Bluetooth pacifier and more from the best British startups

A Bluetooth binkie and a smartwatch keyboard with only five buttons are among the innovations shown off by UK tech startups vying for a chance to pitch their ideas at Mobile World Congress.

By February 6, 2014


Developers slam Twitter's new restrictions on access

The relationship started well, but after six years it's soured, and social-media developers are crying foul after Twitter announced new restrictions this week.

By August 18, 2012


Q&A: MacFixIt Answers

This week, readers sent in questions about keeping a Mac clean and optimized, external drive permissions, and other topics.

By February 1, 2013


ClickFree C2N leaves no excuse for not backing up

ClickFree unveils a new way to back up your network's computers that's flexible and completely effortless.

By January 7, 2010


Look Ma, I created a botnet!

McAfee lets journalists create botnets and Trojans in hands-on workshop to show how easy it is.

By June 11, 2009


Hitting back at spammers

By July 19, 2005


Big progress for off-the-grid Net-newbie in-laws

A fresh start, a refurbished MacBook, and a faster satellite connection make for a much more successful second try at the Internet for CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman's in-laws.

By May 4, 2009


Getting a handle on celebrity Twitter IDs

While Twitter is clear about how celebrities can reclaim accounts in their name, average users have little they can do to grab inactive IDs. But there are steps you can take.

By February 23, 2010