Word Rummy, as the name suggests - is just like rummy. It can be played alone or the player can invite his/her online friend to play...
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Nearly a year after launching OWA for iOS, Microsoft's has published OWA for Android on Google Play but there's no word yet on tablet support.
Microsoft came under some heat from Windows customers when it released Office for iPad before a touch-friendly version for Windows. That heat should escalate with word that an Android version will also beat the much-needed Windows version.
Word of a 14-inch laptop running Android by HP has leaked and some are excited about it. Not this guy, who finds no benefits from a laptop with Google's touch OS.
Samsung has unveiled an enterprise-friendly version of its flagship Galaxy S III Android smartphone, but there is no word yet as to its potential availability in the UK.Samsung has unveiled an enterprise-friendly version of the Galaxy S III as it introduced a new 'Samsung Approved for Enterprise' assurance scheme.
Google has bought the mobile productivity firm Quickoffice in a bid to make its Google Apps product suite more compatible with various file formats, the search giant said on Tuesday.Quickoffice provides word processing and other office task functions for smartphones and tablets, including those running Google's Android operating system, and iOS-based devices such as the iPad and iPhone.
If you fantasize about a life that view, edit and share office docs on the road just like the way you do in your office computer, you're...
Samsung is raising the ire of some existing customers with word that Android 4.0 won't be ported to older handsets. In spite of the official reason, I believe it's all about the money.
Android is a very popular mobile platform and with devices like the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet bringing in more users it is time to take a look at the available Office applications.
Kingsoft Office for Android International allows users to view, edit and share office files on the go. It has proven to be a serious...
HTC does an about-face by promising to update HTC Desire with Android Gingerbread again. Can Desire users trust HTC's word this time around?
Here comes round two of Google vs. Android phone owners with word that the Blockbuster app on the Droid Charge sniffs out rooted phones and blocks video streaming on them.
Word is that the Motorola Xoom tablet, running Google Android Honeycomb, will become available on Feb. 24. But with an $800 price tag, will anyone choose it over the iPad?
There’s no official word, but it doesn't take much reading between the lines to see that Android 3 will be for tablets only while the Android 2.x line is for smartphones.
Google has updated its Google Translate app for Android with an overhaul of the user interface and the introduction of a conversation mode.The new conversation feature is activated by tapping the microphone icon and recording a word or phrase for translation.
Guess what, folks? Desktops are so 1993, notebooks so last decade, and the only way that millions of consumers are going to use Linux any time soon is through Android.
In the end, the question for Google is whether it wants to protect its brand, or let its brand be hijacked on behalf of the status quo.
Are Android-based tablets ready to compete against the iPad? We'll be finding out soon, according to word from boutique PC maker Velocity Micro and reports concerning Acer's upcoming plans.
Apple has apparently forbidden a developer from using the word "Android" in his app's description. Apple should allows its developers to tout their app's awards in the Android Developer Challenge and not give it a second thought.
I wrote about the T-Mobile Sidekick disaster a couple of days ago and there have been many other stories talking about the impact this has had on customers. My local news has some stories on small business owners who lost all of their contacts and calendar data for scheduled engagements and most everyone they interviewed was at a loss for words. I don't think this is a phase of T-Mobile's rumored dark project even though they left hundreds of thousands of Sidekick owners in the dark. We received word from T-Mobile that customers will be given a $100 credit to use for a phone or to pay their bill, along with the month's credit for data services if they were one of those impacted by the outage. As I said before, I think it is time that Sidekick users think about moving to a Google Android device on T-Mobile seeing as the Sidekick brand may be eventually phasing out anyways.
Microsoft partner DataViz has announced that it is now shipping Documents To Go 2.0 for the Google Android mobile platform.
Just three months ago I posted my full review of Documents To Go for the Google Android platform and was very excited by the advanced features that DataViz was able to pack into this mobile application. I am very pleased to say that the version 2 I have been using over the last week continues to push the limits and IMHO brings the BEST mobile Office suite I have ever seen on a mobile device. I won't go back over all the Word and Excel features I covered in my last review, but will focus on the new PowerPoint and PDF support as well as other major improvements.
One limitation on the iPhone that has always kept another device in my gear bag ready to go is the lack of ability to create or edit Microsoft Office Word documents. Just over a month ago, Quickoffice launched their Office-compatible product and I bought it right away. It is a solid product, but has a couple of annoying issues (lack of iPhone predictive keyboard support, awkward connection method, etc.) that had me hoping for something more. DataViz did just that for Word documents and launched the outstanding Documents To Go product for the iPhone. They set the bar with this product as it gives you just about everything you need for mobile Word document creation, editing, and viewing. They also took it a bit further and have a product (Documents To Go with Exchange Attachments) that lets you download, edit, view, and resend Word documents from within the application. An Excel spreadsheet product is under development and will be provided for FREE to all customers who buy the Documents To Go product. I was also blown away by the low introductory price of $4.99 and $9.99 (for product with Exchange attachments support), given that I have paid $50 in the past for the Documents To Go product on Palm and BlackBerry devices. I also just recently paid $20 for the Google Android Documents To Go product and it is easy to see that the iPhone pricing model definitely impacts prices that developers can set for products. Check out over 80 product screenshots in my image gallery to see if the product meets your needs.
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