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ThinkFree Office 3

ThinkFree Office 3 for the desktop is a decent, low-cost alternative to Microsoft Office. Its free online component has more storage and a few more extra features than competing, browser-based services.

By December 1, 2005

3.5 stars Editors' rating December 1, 2005

The manufacturer sells this product directly from its Web site, where you can find configuration and pricing information.


Does it still make sense to buy Microsoft Office?

Though the Microsoft Office suite still drives the business world, aren't most consumers better off with something that costs a lot less -- or costs nothing at all?

By July 16, 2012


How I learned to say, 'Hi, Google Docs; bye, MS Word'

Do I really need all those features? No. And so I've created my last document in Microsoft Word, a product I first began using 27 years ago.

By April 28, 2012


Samsung teases new smartphones, talks branding

Company says its upcoming Galaxy W, Galaxy M Pro, Galaxy Y, and Galaxy Y Pro will come with Android 2.3, aka Gingerbread.

By August 24, 2011


ThinkFree Office gets Flash-based docs viewer

ThinkFree Office has a new Flash-powered document viewer that lets you scope out documents without opening them up in the editor.

By March 31, 2009


Hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Prevail for Boost Mobile

CNET offers its first impressions of the Boost Mobile's newest Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Prevail.

By April 5, 2011


ThinkFree launches office suite for Netbooks

ThinkFree announces the availability of an office suite for Netbooks but faces many competitors in the market.

By October 21, 2008


Verizon's LG Ally poised to receive Froyo

A support page for an Android 2.2 update has gone live, indicating the carrier should be issuing an announcement in short order.

By January 18, 2011


NPD: Early Office 2010 sales 'disappointing'

Early numbers show lackluster sales for Microsoft's Office 2010--at least when compared to its predecessor. Why? Bad timing, not enough features.

By July 13, 2010


The Web's best desktop-app replacements

If you can get by with the basics, you can get your work done in a browser-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, or other application.

By May 27, 2010