Last September, Google added 'voice typing' to Docs. Starting today, you can edit using your voice to copy and paste, add bullets, select and replace text, and change styles.
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Google Apps have been updated with a number of new features, so you "you can now spend less time trying to decipher your data, and more time making a point.”, as the company states.
In a blog post describing the advantages of Office for collaboration across devices, Microsoft has described Google's rival productivity apps as providing a "suboptimal experience".
Google has launched a new online storefront for people to download first and third-party add-ons for its Google Docs and Sheets programs, which seems to be a challenge to Microsoft's own Office Store.
The UK Government plans to end its reliance on proprietary software such as Microsoft Office in favour of solutions like Google Docs, in a move intended to save money and foster greater innovation.
Microsoft has posted up a blog post written by team members from the Catapult Systems consultant group, claiming that "we're seeing customers flee Google Apps for Office 365."
Two new videos from Microsoft feature actor Rob Schneider playing the role of "Google Docs" that are designed to promote the idea that using Google's services are too much of a gamble.
Google is still planning to stop supporting some older Microsoft Office formats in Google Docs after January 31st, after giving those formats a few extra months of life.
Malware known to pre-date Windows 8 has seemingly been updated to identify Microsoft's newest operating systems. It is currently spreading through Google Docs, with an apparent focus on Brazil.
Google has reversed an earlier decision to stop supporting some older Microsoft Office formats in Google Docs and will extend that support until January 31st, 2013.
Google has announced that Google Docs will no longer support several older Microsoft Office formats, such as doc, .xls, .and ppt., starting October 1st.
As part of its Google I/O conference today, the company announced it has finally put in support for offline editing in its Google Docs service. Also, iOS device owners can download a Google Drive app.
Creative types will be happy to discover that Google Docs has been updated with more than 450 new fonts available for use in Google's online suite of document creation tools.
Microsoft recently released a video that tells you why SkyDrive+Office is better than Google Docs. Not surprisingly, Microsoft Office plays a big part of their push to use SkyDrive over Google Docs.
Google has re-added offline GMail support for Chrome users, all that is required is to download a new app from the Chrome web store. Support for other Google services coming soon.
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