Microsoft adds AI-powered LinkedIn resume assistant to Word

We're starting to see more results from Microsoft acquiring LinkedIn last year, like the new employment information features brought over to members. Now the company that build Office is bringing AI to your job search with a new LinkedIn-…

Microsoft pulls in LinkedIn details for users

It's only been a day since Microsoft killed premium features like tougher email security and more storage and brought them to Office 365 members instead. Today, the company announced that it will bring LinkedIn integration to…

Office 365’s revamped web launchers put you to work sooner

Sometimes, it's not your productivity apps that need a tune-up… it's how you get to those apps that needs work. And Microsoft knows it. The tech firm has redesigned the front end and Office 365's web app launcher. There's now a recommend…

Parallels makes Windows apps work with your MacBook’s TouchBar

If you're one of those Apple users who likes (or needs) to run Mac OS and Windows side by side, you'll probably be into Parallels Desktop 13. Especially if you have one of those MacBook Pros with a TouchBar. The latest version of the software makes c…

Trojan uses a key internet feature to receive marching orders

If malware uses a remote command-and-control server to function, it's relatively easy to cripple it by blocking the internet addresses it uses. It's not always that easy, however, and researchers at Cisco's Talos group have found a textbook example…

Microsoft Office for Mac gets Touch Bar support

Owners of the Macbook Pro with Touch Bar will be pleased to hear that Microsoft Office now works with the LCD strip Apple introduced with its latest laptop. Support for Touch Bar was announced alongside the new MacBook Pro at an Apple event last Octo…

Google Docs Makes Collaborative Editing Easier For Word Users

Suggest_Edits At its I/O developer conference earlier this month, Google announced a major update to its suite of productivity apps, including Docs, Sheets and Slides. The main feature there was the integration of QuickOffice, which now makes editing native Microsoft Office documents online easier. Today, Google recapped some of those updates in a blog post, but it also threw in a new Google Docs feature… Read More

Microsoft brings Office Mobile to Android smartphones

Microsoft brings Office Mobile to Android

The once-mythical Office Mobile for iPhone has been available for a while, but what about that rumored Android version? As of today, it’s equally real: Microsoft has launched Office Mobile for Android. Its cloud-focused approach to editing Excel, PowerPoint and Word documents will be familiar to those who’ve tried the iOS release, including SkyDrive storage support. What differences exist are there primarily to accommodate Google’s Holo interface guidelines — as on iOS, there’s no tablet-native interface. The pricing certainly hasn’t changed. While the core app is free, you’ll need an Office 365 subscription to start working.

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