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If you've got a stylus and an iPad, OneNote will now let you jot down notes or make a sketch in Microsoft's popular note-taking app.
Microsoft opens Office to any cloud storage service that wants in, though the execution's half-baked.
Now that anyone can create an iCloud account, the doors to Apple's online iWork suite are wide open.
Apple's own Fonts window has a lot of semi-hidden features, but PopChar 7 offers even more font finesse.
This week's roundup brings you apps for all kinds of activities—spooky sci-fi games, staying in touch with the outside world, and getting into shape.
Armed with these apps, your trusty iPad just might become your go-to computer.
The dream of the '90s is alive in your old brochures and research papers. How to get a blast from the past courtesy of the suite that was ahead of its time.
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.
At long last, Microsoft is readying the new version of Office for the Mac, which will ship...late next year. But you can get a sneak peek at it with a new version of Outlook.
Evernote, with its new Work Chat messaging app and Context research tool, hopes to turn plain old chat into an enhanced communication medium. Whether these new features will woo workers away from established competition is a very open question.
Interested in taking a replacement keyboard for a spin? Here's a first look at some popular early options for iOS 8.
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a tool that keeps your files in place, a beautiful photo editor, and a program that tells you where all your storage has gone.