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The latest project from Microsoft's Garage division is an app that helps users better schedule meetings.
Google has finally brought its note-taking app to iOS, more than two years after launching it on Android.
The iPad Pro's screen size means that people who want to use Office on Apple's new tablet will have to pay for an Office 365 subscription.
Intelligent date-parsing arrives on Todoist for Mac and web.
In a surprise move, Microsoft appeared on Apple's stage to show off Office for iPad during the company's keynote Wednesday morning.
Sway pulls together images, sound, and words into content for collaboration and sharing. It's a new way of communicating that's easier to try than to explain.
Businesses can now respond to users' comments on Facebook via Facebook Messenger.
After about half a decade of waiting for an up-to-date version of Office for the Mac, Microsoft has delivered -- even before it ships Office 2016 for Windows PCs.
Microsoft's lightweight content creation tool will be an integral part of Windows 10 when it launches this summer.
Undo Send has been in Gmail Labs for six years and now it's finally a standard part of Google's email service.
Fire at iconic hotel could be trigger for the country's first known Internet filter.
Microsoft is continuing the cross-platform push for its OneNote note-taking app with new features on iOS.
Moments will automatically detect people's friends in their smartphone camera roll.
Need to give a standing presentation? Google Slides just made it a lot easier if you have a Chromecast or Apple TV.
Confused by Apple's sparse, ultra-simplified Calendar app for iOS? Read on for ten tips that'll help you get your bearings with the revamped iOS Calendar, as well as a few advanced pointers on setting default alert times, dealing with time-zone changes, adding a non-iCloud calendar, and more.