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Microsoft has released their Office Remote app on Android, which enables users to interact with Word, Excel and Powerpoint through their smartphone and even provides a virtual laser pointer.
The image scanning tool that was exclusive to Windows Phone has now made its way to iOS and Android. The app will allow for on the go scanning with robust tools for organization.
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Microsoft has announced new agreements with Samsung, Dell, TrekStor, QMobile, Pegatron and many more partners, to pre-install Office, Skype and OneDrive onto their Android devices.
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A new version of Office 2016 Technical Preview has leaked online and it brings a few small changes compared to previous versions. This comes on top of leaks of Windows 10 for desktop and phones.
Microsoft has released a preview of Office 2016 for Mac today and we got to spend a little bit of with the new version of Excel; after the jump we have a quick look at the updated interface.
Microsoft has pushed out another update to Sway and this time around they are improving the options for embedding media and making it easier to share your Sways.
Although it's been a couple months since we last saw Office for Windows 10, it looks like Microsoft has been quite busy updating their upcoming productivity software with new features.
A new initiative from Microsoft, called the Collective Project, is looking to empower students with bright ideas to change the world for the better. The first project makes prosthetics for children.
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Microsoft's note taking application used to be overlooked by nearly everyone, including Microsoft, but thanks to renewed interest in the application, usage of the tool doubled in 2014.
Microsoft has announced that they are rolling out more features for Sway and for those of you who use the iPhone app, there is a new version of that app ready for download.
Microsoft has announced today that they are opening up Office to even more third-party cloud storage solutions from major players like Box, Salesforce and Citrix.
Apple has recently made its iWork suite of apps available to Windows users. This apparently grants these users the ability to create an iCloud account, originally exclusive to owners of Apple devices.
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A new rumor claims that while Samsung is cutting down on bloatware in the new TouchWiz, it's also replacing its own sub-par apps with Microsoft services such as OneNote, OneDrive and Office.
Microsoft has announced a big update for its web-based version of its productivity suite, making editing and managing documents better, as well as enhancing the reading experience.
If you want to try out Office 2016, there is now a way for anyone to join the program - but you need to act quickly as Microsoft may close this process in the near future.
Not too long ago an Office assistant app was spotted in the Windows Store and a few pictures offered a glimpse of what to expect. Now a video has gives a closer look at the new 'Work Assistant'.
Alleged screenshots of Microsoft's personal digital assistant for the Office apps have leaked online, offering an early look at how Cortana will be integrated into the productivity suite.
Microsoft is currently testing an Office app on Windows Phone that may allow Cortana to manage documents, and a new report claims the digital assistant will be integrated into future Office software.
The latest update for Office lens brings support for saving documents in PDF format. Alongside its OCR capabilities, the new features make Office Lens a truly indispensable productivity app.
Microsoft has released a touch version of Excel in the Windows Store and for those of you who are curious about what the app looks like, but don't have Windows 10 installed, we have you covered.
Microsoft has released a touch version of Word in the Windows Store and for those of you who are curious about what the app looks like, but don't have Windows 10 installed, we have you covered.
Earlier today, Microsoft released the touch friendly version of PowerPoint and after downloading the free app, we have put together a gallery for those of you who are not running Windows 10.
Neowin has been sent a new screenshot from the latest version of Office 2016 that shows a few new icons as well as but as far as groundbreaking new features, not much is being shown.
A few more features for Office 16 have leaked as part of the January update to the platform that some users are currently beta testing at this time but know that these updates are relatively minor.
Microsoft has announced today that Office for Android is exiting beta and that they are releasing their first, non-preview build, of Office for Android and you can grab the bits starting today.
After acquiring Acompli in December, Microsoft is releasing Outlook for iOS and a preview of Outlook for Android as well, with the apps now available for download.
Microsoft's stock took a nosedive in after hours trading despite its seemingly successful quarterly results. What's got investors in a panic when everything seems to be going well? Windows, of course.
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Microsoft says its new desktop productivity suite will be called Office 2016, and will launch later this year, and it also shared a few more pics of its new touch-friendly Office apps today.
After a really long wait Microsoft has just unveiled the touch version of Office for Windows 10 on Phone and small tablets. This is a similar version to the one found on Android and iOS.
Microsoft Open Tech has announced its partnership with E-learning software Moodle. This will allow Microsoft to integrate its services with the online education system to make it a lot more efficient.
Late last year, Microsoft announced Office for Android tablets but it required an invitation to download the apps but starting today, Microsoft is lifting that requirement.
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Microsoft has released a new touch version of Office to other platforms first, which has upset the users of Windows mobile devices -including Windows Phone, but the wait may be over soon.
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Microsoft has once again bridged the gap between different products in its vast portfolio, and this time, they are joining Skype with Office Online.
Microsoft has announced a new feature for Office Online that makes researching a topic more efficient as it uses machine learning to help you get your work done more easily and quickly.
Microsoft's BJ Haberkorn from the Lync team broke the news this morning of the new feature update which allows cross-application video calling between users of Lync and Skype.
Microsoft is going to be including a new app into its Office lineup and while Sway looks like it crosses over with PowerPoint, the two tools will live side-by-side as they each serve a unique role.
Dropbox has turned on some editing features on its iOS application, pointing users towards the Office suite for all their document needs. This comes a week after similar features appeared on Android.
The Office client for Android has been updated and it now includes support for Dropbox. This is where users can store and share their files in the cloud, while Dropbox documents now show up in Office.
Microsoft retail stores now carry an exclusive bundle of Microsoft services that span entertainment, gaming and productivity in new Work & Play Bundle
Last week, Microsoft announced that its Office suite of apps on all mobile platforms would now be free, which has caused the apps to explode in popularity.