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Microsoft released an iPhone app for iPhone 365 subscribers, but you don’t need a subscription to use Office on your iOS device. SkyDrive allows you to create and share Office docs.
Google Cloud Print has been out for a while, and Google made a new Android app for it in the Play Store this past Wednesday. Here’s a look at how it works.
During the WWDC presentation this week, Apple showed off the new look of iOS 7. Here’s how to get a similar look and features on your iOS device today.
If you’re in a relationship, the number one person on your smartphone should be your partner. The Contacts Widget for Android makes it easier to stay in touch with them.
The new layout of the Gmail app in Android is much nicer and user friendly. However, the lack of the Delete button (trashcan icon) is annoying for some. Here’s how to get it back.
Tami Reller, CFO and CMO of Microsoft’s Windows Division, announced that Outlook 2013 RT will be available later this year as part of the free Windows 8.1 update.
The popular Vine app for Twitter is finally available for Android users. Here’s a look at how it works and what you can expect.
The Moto X will be the first “Made in the U.S.A.” smartphone. This bright spot contrasts troubling news trends about Foxconn, tax sheltering and conflict minerals associated with smartphone production. But is it the end of the story?
Using Google Maps on Android is a convenient way to get around, but if you end up losing your data connection, it’s helpful to have important maps cached for offline use.
Google launched a new game called Rollit as part of Chrome Experiments. It works with the Chrome browser on your computer, and turns your smartphone into a controller.
On Android, the MightyText service allow you to send text messages from your phone by using your computer. Why would you want to do that? Well, they’re easier to type for one thing.
Google Now for Android has integrated a groovy new feature, which allows you to create location-based reminders, and it’s easy to do. Here’s how to set one.
If you use your Android device for important email, you’ll want to make sure it’s as secure as possible. If you use the Outlook.com app locking it down is easy.