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Adobe takes on the Office suites

CNET's Charles Cooper and Elsa Wenzel discuss the new beta release of Adobe Acrobat, which will compete with Microsoft and Google.

2 June 2008

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Daily Debrief: Apple's MobileMe has a tough time launching

In Monday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi and Elsa Wenzel discuss Apple's newly released MobileMe, which proves to be not quite as mobile as expected.

By 15 July 2008

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Google does design software @Last

CNET's Elsa Wenzel takes a look at some features of the new SketchUp software, which Google purchased in March and turned into a 3D drawing program.

1 November 2007

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Google puts photos onto Web

CNET's Elsa Wenzel takes a first look at downloadable software from Google. Your online albums can be either private or public.

1 November 2007

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Microsoft finalizes Office 2007 code

The current version of Microsoft Office 2007 has many features, but we await its final release. CNET's Elsa Wenzel takes a look.

1 November 2007

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Can Adobe out-code Microsoft, Google?

Debut of office applications suite is winning plaudits in the blogosphere. See what CNET's Elsa Wenzel, who ran the software through its paces, has to say about it.

By 2 June 2008

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Microsoft Office 2007 beta 2

The latest beta of Microsoft Office is out. Now there's a clickable ribbon across the top, replacing those drop-down boxes. CNET's software expert Elsa Wenzel gives you a look at some of the more important changes.

1 November 2007

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Software for digital sightseeing

The dynamic maps and business directories in the beta of Windows Live Local invite you to plot your own points of interest and collaborate with other users. CNET's Elsa Wenzel takes a look.

1 November 2007

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Navigating the world with Google Maps

Google Maps give you a handy visual view of locations and lets you search surrounding areas for other items of interest. CNET's Elsa Wenzel takes a look.

1 November 2007

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Get the facts on tech recycling

CNET's Elsa Wenzel speaks with GreenCitizen CEO James Kao at his company's San Francisco store to get the facts on high-tech recycling. Hear how GreenCitizen works, and learn about the consequences of hardware going into the garbage.

1 November 2007