As reported last week, Microsoft today took the wraps off Microsoft Office suite of productivity applications for the iPad. The product family includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPad, which are available as separate apps that can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store.
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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella may be preparing to take the wraps off the long-rumored Microsoft Office on iPad suite at a press event on March 27, according to separate reports on ZDNet and The Verge.
If you're looking to give the Parallels Access a spin, Parallels is giving away free 3-month trials of the iPad app in celebration of World Mobile Congress next week.
The lightweight stand folds flat into an incredibly slim package, and supports both landscape and portrait orientations.
The Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition is a stylus that finally delivers a pen-like writing experience thanks to its realistic 1.9mm tip.
Most small- to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in the United States don't have mobile-friendly communications and services for customers. Fifty-nine percent of U.S. SMB websites aren't set up for customers to research and make purchases on their mobile devices.
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Since a lot of iPad tablets just officially became obsolete with the recent launch of the faster and more attractive iPad Air, we thought it'd be interesting to explore some of his suggestions.
One surprising revelation when the iPad Air was announced was its use of the same A7 chip that powers the iPhone 5S.