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While still afflicted with reticence over providing a native iPad version of Office, Microsoft has updated OneNote for iPad in a way that, according to the company, makes it independent from its desktop counterpart.
Change is a-comin' for Evernote users, but it's change for the better.
No need to haul your laptop to class! These killer apps let you take better notes, keep all your important files handy, and even save money by renting textbooks instead of buying.
Parallels is best known for letting you run Windows on your Mac. Now, with Parallels Access, it's entering the more crowded niche letting you run your Mac's apps remotely from your iPad. Here's our first look.
Feedly on Monday launched its paid RSS service, following up on a promise made three weeks ago when it announced a subscription option.
Users who didn't take advantage of access to iWork for iCloud last week may have to wait a bit longer. Due to the high level of demand, Apple is currently not allowing any more users.
The new online versions of Apple's productivity-suite apps are surprisingly robust. In fact, they're good enough that you may sometimes forget you're using a Web app. Jeffery Battersby has our hands-on preview.
Voice controls on the desktop are just another step towards Intel's 'perceptual computing' vision—and another way to add value to struggling PCs.
Google's personal assistant just keeps getting more useful.
The Android version of Google Keep lets you set reminders based on location or time, a feature already enjoyed by users of Apple's Reminders app in iOS.
Microsoft releases availability data for each of the past four quarters for users of Office 365.
Feedly, the popular Google Reader replacement has introduced a pay Pro veriosn
As the deadline for the death of Google Sync approached, the company announced plans to keep the service alive until the end of the year. Are Google and Microsoft becoming frenemies?
The new mobile-first collaborative productivity app has landed with a splash (and a lot of buzzwords), but Quip promises exceed the initial reality.