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Microsoft has just begun offering a less expensive way for consumers to subscribe to its suite off Office apps, including the new iPad version.
The Heartbleed bug has potentially exposed the personal and professional info of millions of people, but users of Apple's tablets should be relieved to learn that this security flaw isn't incorporated into the iOS. Not all Android users can be as sanguine, however.
Lightroom mobile, which has just been added to Adobe's Creative Cloud family, allows users to access and edit images on an Apple iPad using failiar tools. Details are available from DigitalCameraReview.
How well does Microsoft's Office for iPad fare against the version the company created for Windows laptops and desktops? Read this review to find out.
Looking for an extra reason to get a mid-size Windows tablet? How about a free version of Office that you can use on any computer?
Microsoft briefly showed off one of the applications in the upcoming version of Office designed for tablets today, but this shouldn't be taken as a sign that the release of this software is imminent.
The businesspeople around the world, rejoice: Office for iPad is now available. Consumers with tablets are more likely to yawn, though.
Microsoft's Office for iPad is now expected to require a paid subscription to Office 365. How might it stack up against free office suites from Apple, Google, DataViz, and Microsoft itself?
The free NCAA March Madness Live app promises to allow fans to watch all 67 games of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.
A new version of the Google Play Store app for Android adds a setting that will make it easier for parents to block their children from making unauthorized purchases.
With the right apps, you can view PDFs, convert them, and even add your own comments, right on your iPad. Here's an updated look at some of the best PDF apps around.
The EU may soon crack down on unscrupulous developers who use in-app purchases to bilk users out of their money. But what's the right way to make money from a free app?
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