An alleged Microsoft product roadmap obtained by ZDNet indicates the company does not plan to expand its Office productivity suite to devices running Google's Android and Apple's iOS until the fall of 2014.
Microsoft is leaving billions of dollars on the table by not offering a full version of its Office productivity suite optimized for Apple's iPad, according to a new estimate from Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Holt.
Microsoft will expand its Office productivity suite to mobile devices running Apple's iOS and Google's Android in 2013, The Verge reports.
Evidence continues to mount indicating Microsoft's plans to bring its Office productivity suite to Apple's iOS mobile platform.
Microsoft will extend remote access features integrated into its forthcoming Office 13 productivity suite to mobile devices running the company's Windows Phone 8 operating system.
BT (NYSE: BT ) has found that its acquisition of Ribbit, one that gave the provider its Google Voice-style Onevoice product, could also have utility for its large business customers. As part of its
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