If you don't mind bringing your own keyboard, mouse, and display, this little black box is an inexpensive way to leave traditional OS computers behind.
Solid battery life, an SD card slot, a good keyboard and a touchscreen: hey, this Acer Chromebook's not so bad at all. In fact, it's probably the best Chromebook we've ever seen.
The Acer Chromebook C720P throws extra storage, better battery life, and a touch screen into a small package for $299, It's the best Chromebook for its price we've seen.
The latest version of the app for iOS devices offers a complete redesign with an intuitive interface, gesture-based playback controls, and more ways to upload content.
While Quip's sharing tools are great, they don't make up for the limited writing features.
Apple's spreadsheet app is great for tweaking your data on the go, but Mac users will lose features from iWork '09.
Android 4.4 KitKat users can create and edit Microsoft Office files without even having to open the Play Store.
New features in Pages give you better options for sharing, new tools on the iPad, and support for handoff with iOS 8 and Yosemite, but the Mac version still lags behind.
The HTC One should have the Android 4.3 update any day now, and with it the Sense 5.5 user interface.
The latest $279 Chromebook is the most attractive yet, but it's best reserved for heavy Web users who crave keyboards.
Google's Quickoffice app goes a step above Google Drive by editing Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files natively.
We take a look at Google's recently updated app, which lets you edit Microsoft Office files on your Android device.
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