Gigabit broadband is coming to Silicon Valley, and it's a race to see whether AT&T's GigaPower service makes it before Google Fiber. AT&T just threw its hat into the ring, but neither it nor rival Google has set a firm deployment date.
Microsoft issues updates to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel for the Apple iPad, with some handy new features.
For only $2,000 or so, you can convert the upgraded MacBook Pro to a 15.4-inch Mac tablet.
Microsoft keeps making it easier for users to archive content in OneNote. Mac and iOS users can slurp up PDFs and file attachments, and even import files from organizational OneDrive accounts.
The MakerBot PrintShop app might not technically be the first 3D printing app for the iPad, but it's one specifically designed to make it simple to use with the MakerBot line.
Parallels Access expands into the Android ecosystem with Parallels Access 2.0, which includes improved iOS file management and IT control over which devices tunnel into the network.
Microsoft's Skype team said the new iPhone app version, due in a week, will finally be on a par with its Android and iOS counterparts. In particular, the pesky offline messaging bugs will be solved, the team promises.
Better notifications, the new Spotlight search app and an improved Mail app are highlights in the new, free upgrade coming this fall. Sign up for the public beta to enjoy it all even earlier.
The iPad is still the best-loved tablet, but shoppers actually care more about price and features than the brand.
Microsoft released updates for OneNote on Apple's most popular platforms, making it easier to pull in content from elsewhere and share it.
After bringing its Google Apps apps into its Drive cloud storage, Google has decided to separate them again.
Microsoft's productivity suite for the Apple iPad fixes its most embarrassing shortcoming.
Drop this card into your DSLR camera, and use your phone or tablet's Internet connection to move photos from the card to the cloud. Cool service, though it will cost you.
While the software itself has been well received, the lack of a printing function is a notable shortcoming.
Microsoft's Office for Apple's iPad tablet is a beautiful hybrid of form and function and appears to be a true competitor to Apple's iWork suite.
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