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Evernote says it's working to neutralize a DDoS attack

Some users have problems accessing the popular online note-taking service after hackers overwhelm the company's servers.

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Export your data from Springpad before it shuts down

​Yet another free note-taking service is about to shut down. There's no leniency on the expiration of your saved data, so it's time to pack up and move on.

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Google seduces students with Classroom, Chromebooks

Get 'em hooked while they're young. Google offers schools a free online tool called Classroom, and it's marketing Chromebooks for education. Also, Evernote syncs with LinkedIn for scanning business cards.

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Google seduces students with Classroom, Chromebooks

Get 'em hooked while they're young. Google offers schools a free online tool called Classroom, and it's marketing Chromebooks for education. Also, Evernote syncs with LinkedIn for scanning business cards.

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Spring cleaning: Apps for getting stuff done

Getting stuff done isn’t always easy. Whether you’re procrastinating a bit too much, or forgetting about tasks altogether, it might be time to try out a productivity app on your Android or iOS device.

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Galaxy S5 comes with free subscriptions to Endomondo, Box, and more

The Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with a range of free subscriptions to apps, social networks, and news sites including Evernote, Endomondo, RunKeeper, and The Wall Street Journal.

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Get the handwriting feature in Evernote for Android

Join the Evernote beta test group and gain access to their newest feature on your Android device.

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How to use Evernote for iOS's new customization options

With its update for iOS 7, Evernote gives you greater control over the information that shows up on your home screen as well as its color.

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Swiftkey understands what you're typing and gives you predicitons along the way.

SwiftKey's first iOS app gives Apple users a taste of its powerful predictive keyboard

Evernote mixes with SwiftKey's predictive keyboard in SwiftKey Note, a new note-taking app for iOS.

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<p>SwiftKey is a much-loved keyboard for Android that, until now, hasn't made its way to iOS. That all changes with <a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/software/swiftkey-note/4505-3513_7-35834928.html" >SwiftKey Note</a>, a note-taking app that uses the company's predictive keyboard to make your typing faster and more accurate, and then syncs everything you write with <a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/software/evernote-ios/4505-3513_7-35536151.html">Evernote</a>.</p>

<p>SwiftKey's keyboard understands what you're typing based on the letters you tap, so it can correct misspellings and give you predictions for your next word.</p>

SwiftKey Note brings robust predictive typing to iOS (pictures)

Evernote meets SwiftKey in this note-taking app with a predictive keyboard.

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15 essential Kindle Fire apps (pictures)

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<p>According to legend, when the Jesuit missionary Francis Xavier visited Japan in the 16th century, he was so put off by the Japanese language that he called it "the devil's own tongue."
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Surely the saint would have found a Japanese-English electronic dictionary like this to be nothing short of miraculous.
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If you have a yen for learning Japanese, an electronic dictionary is a must. I've spent about 10 years in Japan and have used several of these handy units, such as this old <a href="http://casio.jp/exword/">Casio Ex-Word XD-V9000</a>. While there are dozens of apps and Web sites that can help you with the thousands of kanji (Chinese characters) used in everyday Japanese, I prefer a hardware solution. There are always kanji I've forgotten or failed to learn properly, and it's a snap to look them up or check common kanji compounds with this lightweight unit.
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More <a href="http://news.cnet.com/2300-17938_105-10016375-5.html">recent versions of the Ex-Word</a> have all kinds of fancy features like dual touch-panel TFT displays, SD card ports and many dictionary options, often selling for hundreds of dollars. I don't need any bells and whistles. Just something that lets me grasp the gist and some subtleties of what can often be a fascinating but frustrating language. To Casio, I'd like to say: <i>arigato gozaimasu</i>! 
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--<a href="http://www.cnet.com/profile/legerdemain/">Tim Hornyak</a>, Crave writer</p>

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