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Microsoft unveiled a number of rather useful additions to the Outlook Web app, including a tool that gets rid of all that useless info your coworkers send you.
So much for Office for iPad arriving too late.
The new Google Sheets is rolling out to all, but to use its biggest feature you're going to need files created by the new web app.
The offline editing version of Google Sheets that first appeared in December is now rolling out to all Google Drive users.
That old phone needn't sit in the junk drawer. With the right apps, it can work with your PC to add useful features or speed up tasks.
What happened to last week's marketing presentation? Where's that time off policy sheet? A pair of ex-Microsoft excecs claim to have solved the problem.
New tech manipulates text to help you process data faster.
Office 365 is getting a new app called Oslo to automate interactions between colleagues, and offering new tools for developers
Whether you've already upgraded from XP or you're still preparing to, your business can reap some solid benefits from Windows 7 and 8 by following some simple procedures. Here's how.
These helpful tricks can help you streamline and seize control of your Outlook.com inbox.
In a battle of big, productive tablets, we pitted the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 versus the Samsung Galaxy Pro. We think you'll find that bigger isn't necessarily better.
Google hasn't said what caused the problem, nor how widespread it was
Tools and tips for working without distraction.
Halfway through the first quarter of 2014, Microsoft's 'touch first' version of Office is still nowhere to be found.
We dared these shredders to make mincemeat of credit cards, optical discs and stacks of paperwork. See how they ran.
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