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Microsoft announces Office Online at

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 20, 2014

Microsoft has made Office Online (previously called Office Web Apps) available on the new website so users can easily share files and collaborate on them in real time. Office Online has been with us for a while now and it is basically what it's name suggests -- a collection of the most used programs in Microsoft Office like Word, PowerPoint, and Excel that can be accessed anywhere since it's online. You just need to log in using your Microsoft account, and you can start sharing and uploading your documents (homeworks, presentations, or projects) with other online users. Once uploaded,…

Jollibee Scandal: Mascots humping on YouTube

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: October 21, 2006

Apparently, them call center boys and girls spend a lot of their spare time on YouTube. This link was sent by one of them. I don't think Jollibee Corp. knows about this. What can I say? If I may put it eloquently in the words of Mike Abundo, this is why YouTube is huge in the Philippines. :D [tags]jollibee mascot, jollibee sex scandal, disney[/tags]

Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac Preview now available

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: March 6, 2015

Microsoft has announced that the preview of their new Office 2016 for Mac is now officially available. The Office 2016 for Mac Preview comes with updated versions of your favorite Office applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook. It has full retina display support, full screen view, iCloud syncing, new themes and styles, and can be used alongside Office for Mac 2011. Office 2016 for Mac Preview is supported on machines running Yosemite (10.10) and is available as a free download until its official launch. The Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac Preview is 2.5GB in size and can be…

Microsoft Office 2010 goes on retail

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: June 16, 2010

So the new Microsoft Office 2010 went on public release yesterday (or today, depending on the timezones) and we have the recommended retail price listed below. Microsoft Office 2010 FPP (Full-Package Product) Home & Student - $99 or Php4,500 Home & Business - $219 or Php10,000 Professional - $579 or Php26,600 The RRP above are in dollars and just converted to Philippine Peso so there might be some slight differences when you get them in stores. For those who bought or registered their Office 2007 after March 1, you are entitled to a free upgrade to Office 2010. To learn…

MS Office Mobile now free on iPhone and Android

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: March 28, 2014

Along with the release of Office for iPad, Microsoft is now making Office Mobile free on the iPhone and Android smartphones. The free Office Mobile app is designed for home use and lets you access, view and edit your Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint documents if you sign in with a free Microsoft account. Microsoft Office Mobile can be downloaded for free on the App Store (49.2MB) and Play Store (27MB). {source}

Giveaway: Try Office 2013, win this HTC WP7 phone

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: October 19, 2012

Microsoft Philippines contacted me a couple of weeks back and asked if I could try out the new Office 2013. They also gave me an HTC Windows Phone 7 and said I can give it away to readers. Last week Office 2013 reached RTM Milestone. That means copies of Office 2013 is now being readied for distribution. Microsoft has also announced that customers who bought Office 2010 starting today will be getting Office 2013 for free. I tried the preview copy of Office 2013 and even shared copies to people so they can try it out. One of the more…

Microsoft Office now available for the iPad

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: March 28, 2014

Microsoft has just announced that its popular productivity suite, Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel), is now available for the iPad. Office for iPad comes in three separate free apps: Microsoft Word for iPad, Microsoft Excel for iPad, and Microsoft PowerPoint for iPad. From there you can read your Word documents, view your Excel data and present with PowerPoint. If you have Office 365 subscription, you can edit and create new documents with the iPad. You can download Office for iPad apps by heading to the the App Store or by clicking here. Do note that these are big downloads and…

Will Google Office 2.0 replace MS Office?

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: August 29, 2006

It's now becoming clear -- Google is crawling into Microsoft's domain in the office and productivity suite. Check out Google Apps for your Domain: Now you can offer private-labeled email, IM and calendar tools to all of your users for free*, so they can share ideas and get things done more effectively. You can design and publish your organization's website, too. It's all hosted by Google, so there's no hardware or software for you to install or maintain. Gmail - Offer email to your members with 2 gigabytes of storage per account, search tools to help them find information fast,…

Microsoft to release Office for Android and iOS

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: November 7, 2012

A mobile version of Microsoft's MS Office will be coming to Android and iOS devices in early 2013. The Office Mobile will be a free app that will allow Android and iOS users to view Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents. Like SkyDrive and OneNote, a Microsoft account will be required when launching the app for the first time. Since the free app only allows viewing of documents, users can enable the editing functionality by purchasing an Office 365 subscription within the app. However, the app can only do basic editing and won't come close to the functionality of a desktop…

Microsoft Office Apps Now on Google Play Store

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: June 25, 2015

Five weeks after Microsoft debuted the preview of Office for Android phone, the software giant has finally made its popular productivity software trio Word, Excel and PowerPoint available on Google Play Store. All of these touch-optimized productivity apps from Microsoft are free to download and install on all Android devices with a 10.1-inch or smaller display, provided that it meets the minimum requirements which include at least 1GB of RAM and Android 4.4 or later. And while users will be able to create and edit using these apps by just signing in with their Microsoft account, the full office experience…