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Google adds pagination to Google Docs

The editor in Google Docs can now show page breaks in a document. Also, you no longer need to convert documents to PDFs before printing them in Chrome.

By April 13, 2011


Google revamps search to feature in-depth articles

Want to know more about censorship, love, or legos? The Web giant reworks its search feature to display more comprehensive articles, papers, and blog posts alongside its quick answer listings.

By August 6, 2013


Leak confirms WebGL, SPDY for IE11

On the eve of Microsoft Build 2013, leaked details on Windows 8.1's Internet Explorer 11 confirm that the browser will support next-gen Web technology, including Google's SPDY protocol.

By June 25, 2013


'Neda' four years later and other viral moments

In the last four years, there has been no shortage of extraordinary moments that captured people's attention.

By June 14, 2013


Kindle Fire updated with sharing, book extras

Amazon is pushing out an over-the-air update to owners of its Kindle Fire tablet, bringing a mix of new features and improvements.

By March 28, 2012


Refreshing: Yahoo's mobile home page cutting back on reloads

Yahoo reveals an enhanced mobile home page that offers more stories that require you to reload the Web page fewer times.

By October 7, 2009


Do Kindles (and other e-readers) need better ways to annotate?

The holy grail for Kindles might not be better screens, but more organic interfaces.

By September 30, 2009


The Real Deal 129: Bandwidth caps

What are bandwidth caps and how do you deal with them if your ISP has one?

By September 24, 2008


Adobe's new word processor: Gorgeous but underpowered

Adobe has acquired BuzzWord, a beautiful Flash-based word processor. But we recommend against using it until the company can add in necessary features.

By September 30, 2007


Virtual Ubiquity preps Flash-based word processor

Start-up Virtual Ubiquity is set on making the "next-generation word processor" with a slick user interface and collaboration features.

By March 22, 2007