Dropbox Users Can Get 100GB Free OneDrive Storage | Ubergizmo

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This latest promotion doesn’t even require users to sign up. Existing Dropbox users only have to sign in with their account to obtain 100GB OneDrive storage for free. There is only one caveat, Microsoft is offering this free cloud storage for just one year.

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Apple Makes iWork Web Beta Available Free For Anyone With An Apple ID | TechCrunch

Posted Feb 13, 2015 by Darrell Etherington (@drizzled)

Apple has taken another step toward turning iWork into a service anyone can take advantage of, similar to Google’s web-based productivity suite. The company made its iWork for iCloud apps available to anyone, regardless of whether or not they have any Apple hardware, so long as they have or sign up for an Apple ID. So far, that’s only available via the public iCloud Beta, but presumably if all goes well with the test that will roll out to the standard version of iCloud after that.

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NYSBA | Fastcase 2015 Programs

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As a benefit of membership in NYSBA, members receive free and unlimited access to the following libraries through Fastcase:  N.Y. Court of Appeals, Appellate Division decisions, Miscellaneous decisions, N.Y. Consolidated Laws, N.Y.C.R.R., N.Y.S. Constitution, U.S. Code, 2d Circuit decisions, and Supreme Court decisions.


Advanced Legal Research Using Fastcase 

Already familiar with basic legal research? Now it’s time for the master class. Fastcase CEO Ed Walters will teach you advanced legal research using Fastcase, the NYSBA’s free legal research member benefit. 

This session will help you find answers that traditional legal research would miss, using 4D visual maps of results, citation analysis, and legal research safety nets like Forecite. It will cover statutory research and free mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android, and how to sync these apps with your NYSBA subscription to Fastcase. 

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10 clever tips for users of Google’s Chrome browser

According to StatCounter, the most widely used browser during 2014 was Google Chrome, which promises speed, simplicity and security for its users. You can do a lot more with Chrome than just visit your favorite websites though. This article takes a look at some of its clever functionality.

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Windows 10 Spartan Browser Screenshots Leaked | Ubergizmo

Over the past few weeks it has come to be known that Microsoft is building a completely new web browser that will be introduced with Windows 10. This new browser is said to have the codename “Spartan.” Several reports have been published during this time which talk about the features and user interface that this browser is expected to bring. Now some screenshots of the Windows 10 Spartan browser have been leaked online by a Chinese publication.

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Microsoft has an event scheduled for January 21st where it is expected to unveil the final consumer version of Windows 10. It may even show off Windows 10 for smartphones and tabletsat this event, the iteration hasn’t been seen in many leaks up till now, so its will be interesting to see what Microsoft’s next iteration of Windows looks like on mobile devices.

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Supreme Court to develop electronic filing system as soon as 2016-JURIST

[JURIST] US Supreme Court [official website] Chief Justice John Roberts announced in the 2014 Year-End Report [report, PDF] Wednesday that the Supreme Court is developing an electronic filing system, expected to be operational in 2016. This will make documents available online to the public with no charge, including petitions, responses to petitions, merits briefs, motions and applications. In the report, Roberts explained that courts are usually more guarded in developing cutting-edge innovation…

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TidBITS: Five Fixes for OS X 10.10 Yosemite

From TidBITS, long-time Mac gurus:

It’s common advice to wait for the X.Y.1 release of a new version of OS X before upgrading, since Apple often fixes bugs that crop up at launch quickly. OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite has been out for a bit now, though, and while it’s working fine for many people, there are still a variety of complaints making the rounds on the Internet (for what was fixed, see “Apple Releases OS X 10.10.1, iOS 8.1.1, and Apple TV 7.0.2,” 17 November 2014). Here then is a collection of five problems and solutions (or at least workarounds) that we’ve either experienced or had reported to us.

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