Freeing your files means freeing yourself

We’ve all thought it – “I could be so much more productive if I were (insert cool place i.e., local coffee shop, mall, park bench, my living room in fuzzy slippers) instead of handcuffed to my desk or in the midst of yet another meeting.” Fret not. Microsoft has an app for that, and it’s…

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Boston Hosts Signature DigiGirlz Event in Honor of Women’s History Month

Earlier this month, Microsoft’s DigiGirlz Boston chapter hosted its annual signature event for teen girls to show them that IT is more than just punching code; there are many exciting career opportunities in the world of technology today. DigiGirlz brings together female students grades 8 through 12 to help break down the stereotype associated with…

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Boston Startup Makes Physical Therapy More Fun with Kinect

Let’s be honest, few people enjoy physical therapy. And without the prodding of a therapist at your home instructing you to bend, stretch and repeat, as required to heal your injury, few people are motivated enough to correctly complete the assigned exercises. Enter Home TeamTherapy, a Boston-based startup aiming to make home therapy more fun…

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Software price looks too good to be true? It probably is

“I hate finding good deals,” – said No One Ever. Even if the bargain-priced shirt has loose stitch, or the recently-reduced loaf of bread is near the end of its prime, you’re saving money, and who doesn’t love saving a buck or two? Of course, some products are safe bets for a bargain basement deal, but software…

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Win a Trip to the NCAA Finals by Demoing MSN for Windows 8

Live for NCAA basketball? Who doesn’t! MSN for Windows 8, with its totally re-imaged interface, is the perfect resource for fans to stay up-to-date with the latest scores and schedules throughout the tournament season, without having to click through multiple websites. If you haven’t tried MSN for Windows 8, take a break from March Madness and…

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