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Note-taking software provider Evernote originally wanted to delve into the hardware business as far back as 2007, with an egg-like device capable of recording conversations, the company's CEO said on Tuesday.
A new Dropbox-style sync service from SpiderOak called Hive is part of the SpiderOak 5.0 desktop client for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Hive creates a folder on your desktop that you can quickly drag and drop files into and sync them across all your SpiderOak-connected computers.
The new Adobe CFF engine 'will benefit technical and nontechnical users alike,' Google says.
After months of teasing (and years of Google Voice on Gmail), Skype finally starts rolling out to Outlook.com users.
Google is beta testing an extension called Chrome Office Viewer, which allows Windows and Mac users to view Microsoft Office files without having to download them.
Nuance finally releases the Swype keyboard for Android in Google Play. The new app features Swype’s popular drag-to-type feature and built-in Dragon dictation.
When Microsoft reported its third-quarter financial results last week, company officials trumpeted several metrics about sales and adoption of Office 365, the cloud subscription suite for email and collaboration.
Microsoft increased revenue across all its divisions in its third fiscal quarter, achieving an almost 20 percent revenue increase year on year.
The CEO of archiving service Evernote said his company will soon release branded hardware with partners, as it moves toward creating its own devices.
File import and export are improved in the new stability-focused LibreOffice 3.6.6.
Red Hat has revised its JBoss Data Grid software package, which now offers the ability to replicate copies of data across different data centers, and also comes with a number of other new features that can limit downtime.
Microsoft releases a public beta of Office 2010 Service Pack 2, the first major update to the suite in almost two years.
The modern makeover of Outlook.com's calendar is packed with features that Windows 8's baked-in Calendar app just can't match.
Great email options are few and far between for Windows RT users. But rumors suggest that a version of Outlook capable of running on Windows RT devices is in the works.