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Would Microsoft really bring Office to Linux?

Is an expanded base of Office users worth sacrificing yet another reason to stick with Windows?

Six good reasons to download LibreOffice 4.0

Want to control your presentation from your Android phone? Then this is the (free) suite for you.

Master your tasks: The 10 best to-do list apps

Get more done in less time, and share tasks with your team. Here are the top to-do list and note-taking apps.

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Intuit previews Mint Home & Business,TurboTax CPA Select

Calling itself a '30-year-old startup,' Intuit threw a party to show off new and upcoming apps—and the kitchen table where it all began.

How to record calls on your smartphone

When you need a record of your conversation, recording the call is better than taking notes.

Not ready for Office 2013? Here are five open alternatives

These free and open source options deliver many of the same features at a very compelling price.

10 awesome new features in Excel 2013

The number-crunching workhorse in the Office suite is getting new tools to help newbies and power users alike. Here are 10 reasons to upgrade to get Excel 2013.

Office Web Apps v. Google Docs: Which suite works best for you?

Many people seeking free online word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations turn to Google Docs. But will Microsoft's Office Web Apps do the job?

Google adds offline editing, viewing capabilities to Slides presentation software

Google is trying to play a spoiler role ahead of the official releases of Microsoft Office 2013 and the home user version of Office 365

Six new features coming in LibreOffice 4.0

Wider compatibility and integration can already be found in the first release candidate for this upcoming major update.