Create, manage, and collaborate with others on presentations.
Place your bets, folks. Which of these phablets will reign supreme in the battle of design, usability and productivity?
If you’re in the business of making presentations, you’re probably a pro at using software like Microsoft’s PowerPoint, which is now offered on the iPad. But PowerPoint is not the only option: In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on competitors that can help make your slideshows wow and entertain with great visuals and seamless technology.
Thanks to a new agreement between Microsoft and Dropbox, mobile users can now edit documents stored on Dropbox through one of Microsoft's mobile apps.
PDFs? Check. Web pages? Check. Learn everything you need to know about printing from your iPhone or iPad.
The world's largest social network has created a separate mobile app to help group users plan and collaborate. But don't worry: Facebook says it won't force users to download it.
The Ginger app for tablets is designed to make it easy for people to tell stories with animated presentations. It looks like a new Adobe effort to capitalize on the growing mobile market.
Need to edit on the fly, or create new documents from your phone and tablet? Turn to these apps.
BlackBerry's BES 12 brings secure group collaboration and two-factor authentication to BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices.
Company is bundling its subscription services into a new $199 Work & Play Bundle, which it is offering in the US through January 4.
Use of the Office suite on mobile devices had been restricted to customers with a subscription. So will the freebie route pay off for Microsoft?