For years, Microsoft Office has been the gold standard for productivity software for business. If you took an inventory of the applications on most computers used in the corporate environment, chances are you’d find some version of Word, Powerpoint, and Excel installed on the majority of hard drives. MS Office has gotten so ubiquitous in fact, […]
2013 was a big year for apple. New hardware, software, and a range of free products helped give the company a banner year in both sales and customer loyalty. While a lot went on with Apple, there were a few big surprises that really stood out from the crowd. Thinner iPads and better batteries in […]
There were no surprises at Apple’s annual iPhone upgrade event, a fairly low-key affair where the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were unveiled. Here’s everything you need to know.
When the Mac App Store launched today, users scoured the store for any trace of iWork ’11. The only version available is the 2009 edition with no news on an updated release. However, iWork ’11 could be coming sooner than expected or not. Apple took the liberty of dividing the iWork suite in to its […]
Well, it’s still early but at 10 am PST, Apple has an event called Back to the Mac, which is presumably about OS 10.7. But what else will be announced? As is tradition, I’m going to go out and make a few predictions here, and wildly speculate about what’s going to happen in a few […]
The big issue with Pages and Numbers on the iPad was finding a way to sync the documents with your workflow. Let’s say I was working on an article on my iPad, and I had to take a break. A few hours later, I was ready to work on it again, but now I had […]