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Windows 8 isn’t the only new thing from Redmond; there’s a fresh version of Office as well. But this time around, there’s a confusing array of versions (Office 2013, Office 365, and many more) and a pricing model that some find distressing. Which version of Office is right for you? Or is the right answer: “None of the above?” Once a month, eHow Tech editor Dave Johnson faces off against Rick Broida, who writes about technology for CNET, PC World, and Wired. Follow along as they tackle this question from opposing corners.
In the first few months that Microsoft has been selling Windows 8, the company claims it has sold 40 million licenses for the highly controversial operating system. Should you step up to Windows 8 or hang onto what you have for dear life? Once a month, eHow Tech editor Dave Johnson faces off against Rick Broida, who writes about technology for CNET, PC World, and Wired. Follow along as they tackle this question from opposing corners. Rick : Microsoft’s new operating system represents a pretty radical departure from the Windows of old, and I give the company credit for trying something different and forward-thinking. Unfortunately, the stark reality is that Windows 8 doesn’t work, at least as a desktop OS.
Last week was an especially bad time to be in the Johnson household. In the span of a single day, pretty much all of my tech failed in one way or another. And that was no small feat: Keep in mind that the only residence I’ve ever seen that has more technology than my house is the International Space Station. Here’s what happened. Around noon last Saturday, I tried to play music on my Sonos , a gadget that streams music from a PC to rooms throughout the house. (Sonos is probably my most prized gadget, ever.)
Last week, while everyone else was on the edge of their seat waiting to see what new handsets BlackBerry would unveil along with the new and eagerly awaited BlackBerry 10 operating system, I was sitting in a New York City conference center, attending the 2013 Kaspersky Cyber-Security Summit. (For the scoop on BlackBerry, check out Jon Rettinger’s initial report on the new handsets .) With presentations and roundtable discussions featuring people like Howard Schmidt (former cyber-security coordinator for President Obama), Lawrence Orans (Research Director at Gartner), and security executives from PayPal, BlackBerry, and RSA, there was a lot of expertise in the room.