Microsoft recently updated its suite of Office apps for iOS to include iCloud Drive support. But where the heck is it?
Starting with Office for iOS, Microsoft is enabling its new Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps to access more third-party cloud-storage services.
New application is designed to help users perform Office-related tasks on devices running Microsoft's OS for smartphones. Is this Bill Gates' "Personal Agent" project?
Microsoft's new suite of Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps for Android tablets are great, but they're best if you have an Office 365 subscription and a KitKat tablet.
The e-commerce company continues to move into enterprise by taking advantage of its successful cloud-based computing service, Amazon Web Services.
The most commonly used passwords are painfully bad, but soon we'll all use fingerprints to log into apps. Meanwhile, learn what Microsoft has in store for its Windows 10 event.
Previously available by invitation only, beta versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps are now up in the Google Play store for almost all Android tablet users.
A blog post, critical of Google Apps and written by a senior product manager at Microsoft, appears, and then disappears. But why?
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.
Need to edit on the fly, or create new documents from your phone and tablet? Turn to these apps.
The new Word for iOS, which offers basic editing functions for free, makes it to the No. 2 spot among free apps in Apple's App Store in less than a day.
Stand aside, Siri. Amazon's Echo smart speaker, with its Alexa voice assistant, has plenty to say. Also, Microsoft makes Office free to use on mobile, and most messaging apps score poorly on security.
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