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In general, Microsoft is keeping the same Office plans as before, but at lower prices.
Third-party IM apps and older versions of iChat will no longer be able to log in with Mac.com or Me.com screennames.
It's called Drive for Work, costs twice as much as Apps for Business, and includes unlimited cloud storage for all users. Sorry, Microsoft.
A popular app that took eight hours to make has a few security flaws. Who'd have thunk it?
Snapchat won’t be losing any sleep over Facebook’s latest attempt at ephemeral messaging.
With better device-to-device syncing, smooth group messaging features, and a brand new design, Skype for iPhone finally catches up to competitors.
This browser app is refreshingly mobile-first.
Talking to a bunch of your buds just got a whole lot less costly for Skype users.
The company clarifies that emails are automatically scanned to provide users with tailored advertising and better search results
Our long national nightmare of buggy email is (hopefully) over. Over at Tidbits, Joe Kissell details what the OS X Mail fixes mean for you and your messages.
When you send a text, share a photo, or read the news, you’re on Facebook. Just when you think you're out, it pulls you back in.
PhoneTag Messenger for iOS combines photos with quick voice memos, stored as a back-and-forth thread exchange between you and a friend.
Comments from the company's marketing chief suggest Microsoft may be having second thoughts