Microsoft officially confirmed today that it has acquired Wunderlist, one of the most popular task management services used across iOS, Android, and Windows. Wunderlist is the second high-profile software purchase Microsoft has made this year; earlier in June, the Redmond company acquired Sunrise, a popular calendaring service.
Samsung have announced the intention to expand on a recent partnership with Microsoft, and offer pre-installed Microsoft apps on select Android tablets.
Seeking to re-assert itself as the kingpin of productivity, February 11th saw Microsoft officially confirm its acquisition of mobile calendering startup Sunrise. The news was first broken by TechCrunch on February 4th, where it was rumouredÂ that Microsoft had allegedly acquired the vendor behind one of the most popular calendering services […]
Microsoft has announced that their leaner version of the subscription based Office 365 is now available for $7 per month or $70 per year. The new package lets you use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher and Access on one Mac or Windows computer and one tablet. There is also […]
The iPad has been taking the enterprise by storm, and it is clear that among many office workers it is quickly becoming the device of choice for taking meeting notes, emailing and keeping up with your calendar. With the average person moving to a more browser centric work style, it […]
The Daily is reporting that Microsoft is readying a version of Office for Apple’s very popular tablet computer. Microsoft has for a long time made Office for Mac, which is very popular with the Mac faithful. Even with the iPad’s limited functionality compared to the PC, the demand for the […]
For anybody who purchases a new Mac these days the first question they typically ask is â€“ how do I get Office on to this? And the answer has always been pretty disappointing â€“ Office for Mac was available, and it was a horribly stunted version compared to the Windows […]
Microsoft has launched its Office for Mac 2011 desktop suite in South Africa, with a strong focus on collaboration and social networking tools that it says will allow users to work with colleagues and friends anywhere, anytime, and across platforms. After more than two years of hard work, Mac users […]
At first glance, Microsoft needs to make a very convincing argument to make people take note of Office 2010. After all, it’s just another release of Office. Just about anyone would agree that Microsoft Office is by far the most feature rich productivity suite out there, but this great advantage also makes it very difficult to sell us a new version of the software.