This all-in-one "desktop" features a 1080p touch screen, a wireless mouse and keyboard, and Android 4.0. Wait, what?
An earthquake monitoring system triggered tsunami warnings for Indian Ocean countries, causing at least one company to evacuate offices as a precaution.
The software giant added scores of designers to create the next version of workhorse productivity suite. The goal: "over-the-shoulder" envy typically reserved for Apple products.
Do I really need all those features? No. And so I've created my last document in Microsoft Word, a product I first began using 27 years ago.
Google has made it easy to export documents, pictures and social postings should you want to switch to an alternative service. Here's how.
The Samsung Series 5 Chromebook is ready for your life on the Web, but that's about it.
Zoho.com provides a glimpse into the future of the software industry: a lot of open-source software mixed with a cloud delivery strategy.
Web standards instead supply what Google had hoped to accomplish with the Gears browser plug-in launched in 2007.
Web 2.0 is built on the idea of styles, so it's astounding when the best and brightest of online applications fails to support styles in user documents.
Online collaboration tool WizeHive now has a built-in word processor, along with file upload increases that let you send 100 MB files into the cloud.