In an apparent move toward Web-first agility, Microsoft has added new advanced rules for managing email and chats to its Web Outlook application, rather than its dedicated Outlook 2013 software.
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AT&T's plan to bring its 1Gbps fiber-optic service to new cities includes some of the metropolitan areas where Google Fiber is already deployed.
Outlook gains IMAP capability, which could lure users who combine services away from the Yahoo Mail Web page.
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Microsoft unveiled a number of rather useful additions to the Outlook Web app, including a tool that gets rid of all that useless info your coworkers send you.
As the expected announcement of Microsoft Office for the Apple iPad looms, CloudOn offers a last-ditch effort to secure new customers.
The new Google Sheets is rolling out to all, but to use its biggest feature you're going to need files created by the new web app.