While “Blue,” the code-name for the next release for Windows and several other Microsoft products, has been getting a lot of play lately, the new generation of Office has been labeled as “Gemini.”
After hearing the overwhelming outcry from customers, Microsoft will let Office 2013 users transfer their licences to new computers.
Looks like connecting the world’s top document software with the cloud is really paying off. Microsoft has announced that more than one billion Office documents are now stored in SkyDrive, following the launch of Office 365 Home Premium last week.
If Microsoft wants to win in 2013, it needs to win in the mobile realm. That much is clear. But how does it take the crown from the likes of Apple and Google?
Editor’s Pick Microsoft finally launched the consumer versions of Office 365 and Office 2013 this week. Is it really worth the cost? In many cases, the answer is — surprisingly – yes.
Editor’s Pick After teasing its launch for many months, Microsoft has finally released several consumer-focused versions of Office 365 and Office 2013 to 162 markets.
Microsoft Office for iOS is coming early next year, and a new leak from Microsoft confirms that we’re creeping closer than ever to a release.
Microsoft Office 2013 is now available for purchase by business customers, but regular users will have to wait until the first quarter of 2013 to get their hands on a copy.
We’ve been hearing for a while that Microsoft is developing native Office 2013 apps for iOS and Android, and a Microsoft product manager seemingly confirmed, yet again, that these apps would arrive shortly.
Microsoft revealed pricing for its Office 2013 software suite, which consists of touch- and cloud-optimized versions of standbys such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Microsoft has opened its new Office Store, an app marketplace aimed at adding new capabilities to Office and Office 365 apps.