Microsoft's app gives you simple editing tools for tweaking Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on the go.
There's no reason a tie should just sit there looking sharp when it could be turned into the ultimate PowerPoint weapon.
Microsoft's first Surface tablets left room for improvement. We sit down with Panos Panay and other members of the Surface team at Microsoft HQ to find out how the company's group of designers and engineers listened and regrouped to create the next generation.
Name the errand and the Facebook campus likely has it covered -- whether you need to see a doctor, apply for a home loan, or get a quick trim. CNET's Sumi Das visits the social network's HQ and speaks to the woman behind the lavish perks.
Sparked, a recently rebranded version of The Extraordinaries, crowdsources volunteer work so employees can contribute to causes right from the office.
A recent study suggests that though alcohol might impair one's focus a little, it might do wonders for one's creative juices.
SmartPlanet takes a look at the wireless-headset maker's office redesign, which is also creating change within the company culture.
Today, Rafe and Josh rescue you from the indignities of working in a cubicle. We've got your rearview mirrors, your headphones, and should all else fail, your USB foam rocket launchers. Because, you know, work is war. Also: How to stream music on an iPhone, how to test your home network for open ports, and much more.
Today, we rescue you from the indignities of working in a cubicle. Also: How to stream music on an iPhone, how to test your home network for open ports, and much more.
The Carrier IQ spy software scandal continues to grow: Al Franken wants an explanation and researchers say it might even be showing up in iOS. AT&T's T-Mobile bid is on death watch, and we perform a live demo of Siri's abortion "glitch" -- biggest problem? It's not search and it should be search. Meanwhile, Google announces that it's planning to map indoor spaces, and we envision a world of Google mapping guys on Segways in the mall and maybe even snooping around our cubicles and kitchens.