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Tablets are taking over the world, and it’s taken them longer than most people realize. The Tablet PC appeared over 12 years ago, and contrary to popular belief there were some pretty good ones. Here are the author’s picks for the top five tablets of all time.
Shown at the recent Macworld Expo was a super-strong but lightweight stand that can help make the MacBook Pro a real desktop replacement when on the road.
Apple has released updates to Pages, Numbers and Keynote for iOS in the wake of Microsoft's launch of Office for iPad suite. Is it enough to steal the thunder from Redmond?
It’s a common sight to see folks using the iPad Air with keyboards and, with the introduction of Office for iPad, that’s likely to happen even more. These are the best we’ve tried.
The Queensland Police force expects to deploy an additional 1,250 iPhones and iPads to its officers in time for the 2014 G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane later this year.
Have you ever wanted to print from your iPad or iPhone? Here's the skinny: It involves AirPrint, Apple's little-known wireless printing protocol, and some gotchas.
After its opening weekend Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint have climbed to the top of the App Store's free chart, signaling a huge pent up demand. A closer look at the early reviews reveal a lukewarm response.
I've owned an iPad for almost four years, and during that time have developed a workflow for handling Office documents when I'm on the move. Office for iPad comes several years too late for me.
Microsoft unleashed Office for iPad, and owners of Apple's tablet have been installing it in great numbers. But if they bring them to work, make sure they're not used for company business.
The launch of Office for iPad has been a big topic recently, and rightly so. Microsoft has proven me wrong with its approach to its office suite for Apple's tablet.
More and more large software vendors (like Microsoft and Intuit) are making their iPad apps exclusive to subscribers of their SaaS offerings. I don't like subscription software and it's a troubling trend.
With Office for iPad, Microsoft has set a very high bar for the forthcoming touch-based Windows 8 version of Office. If you've got an iPad and access to Office 365, these tools have to be a recommended install.
The iPad world is abuzz with the official release of Office for iPad. The apps are free but limited unless you have an Office subscription. Microsoft is giving subscriptions away to some iPad owners in a promotion.
Sure, Office for iPad will help some justify using the iPad for work. But there other reasons people do or don't decide to buy an iPad.
Here's the one chart you need to see if you are trying to figure out what you get for free vs. don't with Microsoft's new Office for iPad.