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The palmtop has gone away, but some people could still use an integrated pocketable typing device.
After being removed from Apple's App Store last week, CloudOn, which lets you create MS Office documents in the cloud, is back for iPad users.
Lenovo is targeting the business market with its ThinkPad Tablet by offering software and hardware found on business laptops.
DataViz releases its Documents to Go office suite and RoadSync beta for Android, bringing document editing and Exchange ActiveSync to the T-Mobile G1.
RIM's purchase of Data Viz means that the popular Documents To Go productivity suite could be just a BlackBerry tool going forward. Or maybe not--the app is a moneymaker on iPhone and other mobile platforms.
Mobile productivity suite Documents To Go is now iPad-ready, with fierce competitor Quickoffice planning its iPad assault soon.
Documents To Go Premium pulls into the lead of the mobile office suite race with version 3.0.
Quite a few users had trouble getting Documents To Go to support attachments from Microsoft Exchange. We took it on a spin, and have some opinions.
With introductory pricing of just $4.99, support for Excel editing imminent, and easy synchronization with the desktop, this mobile word processor definitely belongs on your short list.
CNET Asia's hands-on report of the HTC Magic shows off native Microsoft Exchange support.