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.
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Google has agreed to settle a patent dispute between itself and the Rockstar consortium, an assembly of companies including Apple and Microsoft that own Nortel's old intellectual property.
The mobile giant plans to scale back the number of unique mobile phone devices it produces by up to 30% in order to save money and increase profits after sales declines in previous months.
The Tronsmart Draco AW80 is the world's first eight-core Android TV box and it's a pretty great device, but it did have a few flaws. Check out our review for the final verdict.
Microsoft's recent lawsuit against Samsung for defaulting on Android royalties has been upheld by a US court despite Samsung's plea to put the suit on hold while it files for arbitration.
For those of you that didn't see yesterday mornings keynote on the Nokia N1 tablet reveal, Nokia has now uploaded a video to YouTube showcasing the N1 in use with an unannounced kickstand type cover.
We take a look at Nokia's new N1 Android tablet and ponder on what the company's doing and what its future might look like. We also answer ten questions you might have about that.
Although all the buzz is about the new Nokia N1 tablet, shortly before that reveal Nokia also revealed their Z Launcher for Android as well, which can be downloaded from the Play Store.
Nokia has just unveiled a brand new Android tablet, the N1, that uses its Z launcher. This is the first device Nokia has launched since it moved away from smartphones.
For many months, we have been hearing about the possibility of Microsoft bringing Android apps to the Windows Store - and that conversation still continues inside Microsoft to this day.
From Windows preview updates and the new Visual Studio, to Cortana everywhere, the rollout of Android 5.0, and a bit of Raspberry Pi, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
WhatsApp may make the newly added blue tick marks, used that indicate read messages, optional, as it is currently testing a disable toggle for the feature in its beta version on Android.
With the Xperia Z3 it's clear Sony has been tinkering with the perfect smartphone formula, crafting something that can provide a balance of design, performance, camera quality, and battery life.
Security researchers, developers and hackers tried their luck in exploiting various devices and OS(s) in HP's annual Pwn2Own event. A prize pool of $425,000 was distributed among the winners.
Microsoft's chief experience officer (and former head of Windows), Julie Larson-Green, was asked if Cortana would be made available on other operating systems, replying, "The short answer is, yeah."
It appears that the integration of Hangouts and Google Voice does not mean that the Messenger app will be discontinued anytime soon with Google releasing an update for it on Android.
Google says that "dessert is served", as it announces that it has started rolling out a delicious treat to owners of its Nexus devices, in the form of the long-awaited Android 5.0 Lollipop update.
Microsoft has made it clear that they are the productivity company no matter the platform and that holds true today with the announcement of a new Android emulator of Visual Studio
The Tronsmart Draco AW80 has an eight-core chipset, a healthy amount of RAM and storage, and the experience is really smooth. Here is a first impression and unboxing of the device.
Mozilla has been busy promoting the open web lately and now the company has shifted some of its focus to the mobile ecosystem as well, where it feels the dominant players aren't open.
It looks like LG has beaten Motorola, not to mention Google, to the punch as the manufacturer is the first to start the Android 5.0 update roll-out. The LG G3 will be the first handset to receive it.
From big Office changes and Xbox updates, to more bendy iPhones, Lollipop updates, cool concepts, creepy websites and Spanish Cortana, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
A new mid-range smartphone from Motorola has appeared in GeekBench's results revealing some of its hardware specifications which indicate a low to mid range device set to replace the Moto E or Moto G.
It looks like folks sporting a Motorola handset may be only days away from an official Android 5.0 Lollipop update, as the support pages were published last night though quickly pulled later.
Just in time for football season, Verizon customers can purchase a new Moto X for only $119.99 with a 2-year contract and customize it with a genuine football leather back.
There are two things about the Nexus 9 I'm interested in: Itss size / weight and its dedicated keyboard cover. Is the 9-inch display the best of two worlds? Is the Nexus 9 a good productivity device?
Microsoft has announced that it is dropping the requirement of an Office 365 subscription for its Office apps on iOS and, soon, on Android, effectively making Office free across all mobile devices.
Microsoft has unveiled Office for Android tablets, inviting users to sign-up for a preview coming in December - and it's also confirmed that a new touch version is coming to Windows 10 in 2015.
Android 5.0 was widely expected to begin rolling out to Nexus devices on Nov 3 - but it seems the OTA updates have been delayed until Nov 12, possibly due to a battery-draining Wi-Fi bug.
While giving an interview OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, mentioned he's looking forward to the company selling a million devices - double than the current numbers - by the end of this year.
Motorola has launched the international version of the Verizon Droid Turbo known as Moto Maxx, in Brazil, which will later be available in Mexico and other Latin countries.
Tinder plans to introduce two useful features in its dating app but are you willing to pay for them? Tinder's CEO gives his opinion on the premium version of the popular dating app.
Google and LG have entered into a long-term agreement that will let each company make use of the other's patents. The deal stretches for ten years into the future and includes all new patents.
Microsoft acquired Nokia's devices and Services division but there are still some divisions working under Nokia. A new rumor is that Nokia will re-enter the smartphone market with a flagship Android.
Days after the launch of the world's thinnest smartphone, the 4.85mm-thick Oppo R5, Vivo now hopes to steal that title with a device that's half as thick as an iPhone 5/5s, with a sleek 3.8mm profile.
The Gmail application for Android is the latest to receive the Material Design update along with the ability to add third party email accounts such as Outlook, Yahoo and POP/IMAP
For the spec lovers, this is a TV box to check out. 32 GB storage, 4 GB RAM, 802.11ac WiFI and a mammoth eight cores are packed into this Android TV box. Oh, and it scores 55,000 on Antutu!
Samsung has just announced two new handsets aimed at the mid to low-end segment of the market. The new aluminium devices feature powerful front-facing cameras and a focus on social networking.
Phonebloks has unveiled the first prototype for Project Ara. The modular device that debuted earlier this year has come a long way. A developer conference is scheduled for January of 2015.
The recently launched Motorola Droid Turbo for Verizon is set to go global as the company has sent out invites for an event in Brazil showing off the rear side of the smartphone.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is planning to launch its new Office 16 client and server apps in the second half of next year, while Office is rumored to finally launch on Android tablets next month.
Throughout this year I have reviewed and had hands-on time with a large number of smartphones, especially from the Android camp. These are some of my thoughts on the best that's out there.
D-VASIVE by John McAfee is an app that sits in the background of your phone and alerts you whenever another app tries to access your mic or camera, as well as tells you which apps are tracking you.
Microsoft Garage has launched some experimental and innovative consumer-oriented applications on its website for various platforms developed by enthusiasts within the company.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been refreshed into the Galaxy S5 Plus, receiving a chipset upgrade to the latest Snapdragon 805 which provides performance increases across the board.
After a long wait and an invite-only purchase policy, OnePlus will finally allow eager customers the chance to start pre-ordering the device starting October 27, 2014.
Microsoft's personal assistant is improving at an incredible rate. The latest update to Cortana brings new contextual app suggestions, evening glance, flight info and more.
Android 5.0 has been announced, although not all devices will get the new OS. Google's Nexus range will get the update first - but just which Nexus devices will actually get a lick of the Lollipop?
The LG G3 Vigor is the mid-tier sibling of the LG G3. Similar in looks and possessing the coveted Laser Auto Focus feature, can this mid-range handset reign supreme?
A third device was unexpectedly announced by Google today: the Nexus Player - a set-top box built by ASUS, which runs Android TV and includes a voice-activated remote, with a gamepad sold separately.