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The next milestone in Microsoft and Dropbox's partnership is giving non-business users the ability to work with Dropbox files directly from the browser when using the Office Online web apps.
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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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.
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.
The Bing homepage has added the option of high-definition backgrounds/wallpaper downloads, better captions, a carousel style news feed and easy access to Office Online applications.
Microsoft has announced its Office Online apps will be getting updates today, adding some new features. Also, the Word, PowerPoint and OneNote Online apps are now available in the Chrome Web Store.
Microsoft has brought Clippy back to life for a limited time at Office Online, and Microsoft has even unveiled a physical version of Clippy available at stores around the world.
Microsoft has posted a web page that shows the use of "Office Online" as the new brand name for its Office Web Apps and compares its features to the paid Office versions.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft could rename its free browser based Office Web Apps to Office Online in the near future, along with some new headers that might be added to Outlook.com.