The Office pool has grown just a bit larger.
ASUS signed with Microsoft to include the latter’s suite of productivity apps. After a few bouts of fighting, so has Samsung. Acer thought it was time to do the same as it will begin pre-loading Microsoft productivity apps such as Word and Skype on its Android wares starting in the second half of the year (pictured above: the Windows 10 version of the Liquid Jade Primo smartphone).
With that announcement, Microsoft went on in a separate announcement to say that it has notched its 74th licensing deal. It now has [...]
The iPad is easily the most popular tablet series on the market. I have an iPad mini with Retina display, and there’s a good chance you probably have an iPad too. It’s not hard to imagine why; just like the iPhone, the iPad is elegant, beautifully designed, and dead simple to use. The app ecosystem is best in class, and there’s a ton of third party accessories, from cases to keyboards to docks and so much more.
A lot of this is thanks to Apple’s huge status in the industry. Of course there are accessories, of course there are apps. Who wouldn’t want to get in on the best-selling [...]
There’s always this notion that whomever arrives at a market first, has the best possibility of dominating it. Sadly that works almost everywhere except in the tech world, as we’ve seen all the big smartphone and computer companies that ruled the world years ago now either underperforming, or dead. Such is the case of Apple’s iPad, which was almost 8 years late to the tablet business, but that has dominated the market ever since.
In a recent survey from JD Power conducted to over 2500 tablet users, iPads ruled the results not only in the amount of tablets in [...]
Microsoft’s launch of Office for iPad came with a lukewarm reception. Even though the apps do a great job in bringing productivity to the iPad, you can’t really use them for free, and the paid subscription is definitely non-realistic for the average person. Aside from that, the apps were met with some criticism because they lacked certain key features necessary to actually make the iPad a productivity tablet, and Microsoft has decided to address them today.
Microsoft has just updated Office for iPad with printing support, aside from other new features. This will [...]