"My success scenario for the company is to do for tablets and phones what Microsoft Office did for the PC," says the former Facebook CTO.
This mobile word processor makes it easy to create and share text documents.
Built by ex-Facebook CTO Bret Taylor, Quip helps you create and share documents from your iPhone. And now you can use it on Android too.
An app designed to work best on mobile has taken cloud-based word processing and given it the sharing capabilities of Evernote.
His startup unveils what it calls a modern word processor that allows for collaborative document editing across myriad mobile and desktop devices.
After the Republican presidential nominee suggests he would cut funding for PBS -- a threat to the famous "Sesame Street" character -- the network buys a promoted tweet tied to the term.
In an extraordinary display of entertainment at the Norwegian Developers conference, Microsoft offers a dance routine and rap number with some quite unforgettable lyrics.
Someday, when the kids are grown, you'll be glad you made a record of all the cute things they said. This app makes it easy.
Rely on Quip for its solid document-sharing features for Android, but skip if you need a robust mobile word processor.
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Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's chief for 14 years before resigning in February, has now also stepped down as a member of the company's board of directors.