MetaMoJi is rolling out Share Anytime: a collaborative whiteboard application optimized for Apple's iPad tablet.
Microsoft has announced plans to build a touch-optimized native version of its signature Office productivity suite integrating support for Apple's iPad tablet, but Redmond may have waited too long to capitalize on the iPad opportunity.
Apple has acquired personal assistant application Cue. Financial terms were not disclosed, although insiders told TechCrunch that Apple paid between $40 million and $60 million.
Google is making its Quickoffice productivity application available free to all users across the Android and iOS mobile platforms.
Google has acquired Bump, whose wireless content sharing application emerged as one of the first breakout hits of the app store era. Financial terms were not disclosed, although a source close to the transaction told AllThingsD that Google paid at least $30 million and possibly as much as $60 million.
Productivity solutions firm Box unveiled Box Notes, a new collaboration platform enabling teams and businesses to securely capture and share ideas in real time.
Roughly six weeks after extending its signature Office productivity suite to Apple's iOS, Microsoft is porting its free Office Mobile application to smartphones running Google's Android, enabling Office 365 subscribers to access, view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on the go.
Tempo AI, the creator of the Tempo Smart Calendar productivity app, has completed a $10 million Series A financing round led by Relay Ventures and Sierra Ventures. Relay also spearheaded an earlier Tempo AI seed round totaling $2.5 million.
Yahoo has acquired task management application Astrid. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
FierceMobileContent has highlighted some of the best productivity apps for a variety of common tasks. Read on to find out which apps are doing it right and how they could change your life: