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It'll cost $69.99 per year and allow buyers to install the suite on two devices -- either a MacOS or Windows computer and a tablet
The exchange continued to operate and collect transaction fees despite its troubles
An Internet sales tax bill that passed in the Senate is flawed, says the House Judiciary Committee chairman.
The ruling doesn't touch the failed Bitcoin exchange itself.
The company will pay participants $15 per new user account.
At the CeBit trade show in Germany, a company official said there should be more news of the office suite in the second quarter.
The most eye-catching innovation is a machine-learning capability to help employees identify their most important colleagues and content
Mismanagement apparently allowed a massive bitcoin heist
The alleged outing of Bitcoin's mysterious creator becomes even more murky.
Swarmed by reporters following a Newsweek exposé, the man identified as Satoshi Nakamoto denies he's involved with the alternative currency.
'Satoshi Nakamoto' has allegedly gone from an assumed pseudonym to an identified senior in California.
Did a spaghetti-like code help bring down the Bitcoin exchange?
The company is looking at digital ink, voice commands, gestures and immersive capabilities to play a big role in that Office edition.