LG is reportedly planning a tablet with a detachable keyboard that functions as a tablet and laptop, which could be the company’s answer to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3.
A new bundle from Microsoft offers the company’s best subscription services for a fee of $199 anually.
This week we talk about MS Office for tablets, a bunch of Material Design updates for Google apps, Primecast, Call of Duty, and more Android apps news!
Microsoft has unveiled a new and improved Office suite for Android and is accepting sign-ups to test drive a preview build for tablets.
Samsung is refusing to pay Microsoft royalty feels for Android due to Microsoft’s purchase of Nokia. Samsung argues that this has made Microsoft a direct competitor, and nullifies the original cross licensing deal reached in 2011.
Microsoft released some free apps, Google releases a virtual tidal wave of Material Design updates, new games are great, and more awesome apps news!
Microsoft accidentally leaked its upcoming Android compatible fitness band wearable. While not incredibly remarkable, cross platform support is great!
Microsoft Office for Android tablets could hit Google Play in November, bringing a full featured next generation version of one of Microsoft’s most popular tools to Android devices.
With Microsoft’s new Office 365 APIs, Android developers will be able to access and work with mail, calendars, contacts, and documents across Office 365 cloud services summing over 400 petabytes of data.
Are you a subscriber to Microsoft’s Office 365 suite? If you are, then you will soon be receiving unlimited cloud storage through OneDrive, for free.