Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Slack has added two-factor authentication as a response.
The software giant continues to buy companies to strengthen its Office apps and services
It's an early beta so cut it some slack, but still, the IT Pro and Developer Preview offers a few new features and some interesting under-the-hood improvements.
At its F8 conference, executives helped illuminate some of the company's plans
WhatsApp has no immediate plans to offer APIs to outside developers, its cofounder said
Engineers shed light on Facebook's ranking algorithm during a talk at F8.
The Google Gmail Pony Express bill-paying service could yield valuable e-commerce activity data for Google, and add another free convenience to users.
Microsoft believes that screens smaller than 10 inches aren't used by 'professionals,' so don't expect it to charge for editing and viewing Office documents. Oh, and the Surface Pro mini -- probably dead.
Facebook is also looking into developing a revenue-sharing plan for the publishers.
Leverage these little-known features to work without an internet connection, keep track of document changes, and more.
Users of the company's iOS apps in the U.S. may start seeing the videos.
The company's eager to extend its services beyond Windows, but some users may see this freebie as bloatware.
Facebook is reportedly going to announce at its F8 conference that Messenger will be open to third party developers