If you recently forked over $70 or more to edit Office documents on an iPad, you can now switch to the free version and get a partial refund.
The free version of Office for iOS and Android should be good enough for a lot of people, but power users may still need an Office 365 subscription. Here's what lies behind the paywall.
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The popular reading app for phones and tablets adds thousands of topics--including some oddly specific ones--and a “Daily Edition” for everyone.
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Apple's boss was his usual coy self at an industry conference, but still revealed a few hints of the future.
The fitness tracking heavyweight resists the race to the bottom with three new devices, including one with smartwatch features.
Cracking open Apple's latest tablets reveals a secret.
Apple gives its 27-inch iMac all-in-one the Retina treatment, but the non-Retina models are sticking around.
Leaked fitness band details show a larger display and optional heart rate monitor
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