Microsoft launches Office for Android
A preview no longer.
16 updates, five of which are Critical.
Microsoft's new CEO will have many challenges. I think fixing the Ribbon is one of them.
Vulnerability vanquished on Patch Tuesday.
Office of National Statistics reveals that 45 per cent of UK net users have mobile data access.
Dubbed the 'Google of Taipei,' we take a tour of Thermaltake's new Taipei HQ.
Tuesday is set to bring a whopping 13 patches for Microsoft Windows and Office products, eleven of which are marked Critical - and which fix twenty-six bugs in total.
Microsoft has announced that a "limited functionality" version of Office 2010 will be available pre-loaded on OEM PCs, supported by an advertising framework.
Adobe has finally brought its collaborative cloud-based office products out of beta - and is starting to offer paid subscriptions aimed at small business users.
Adobe has launched an experimental version of its Acrobat.com Presentations package - a web-based tool for creating PowerPoint-style slideshows.
Microsoft has confirmed a zero-day vulnerability in its PowerPoint application that can allow remote code execution when an affected file is opened.
Microsoft Office 14 is due to ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions, according to a code snipped discovered in the 32-bit beta release by tester Ed Bott.
Fire extinguishers had to be used to deal with an Apple PowerBook G4 after it caught fire in a London office, resulting in 6ft flames and sparks
The next version of Microsoft's office suite, version 14, has been officially pushed back to next year - possibly to coincide with the launch of Windows 7.
Microsoft has released its monthly Patch Tuesday updates, and there are six fixes for security holes rated as 'Critical' covering Windows, Internet Explorer, and Office.
The long-awaited support for Portable Document Format files in Google Docs has made an appearance, but it's limited in some strange ways.
Microsoft's Office Open XML document format has been given the ISO stamp of approval as an official international standard, much to the dismay of fans of rival ODF.
Things are changing for the better at bit-tech and today we've made the move to new offices located in the south of England. Want to see if Tim can finally organise his collection of graphics cards and how many things Joe dropped as we moved in? Of course you do!
We're heading for service pack city as Vista, XP and Office 2007 all get a tune up and a bit of spit 'n' polish.
In what could become a more common trend, IT services and business consultancy company Capgemini offers Google Apps to corporate clients.
A new survey into casual gaming has revealed that a full quarter of office workers are guilty of playing games at work to unwind, with executives being especially naughty.
Microsoft has announced that Windows Live Hotmail, the successor to MSN Hotmail, has launched globablly in 36 languages.
Microsoft will soon be announcing a version of XP for emerging nations at a price of just £1.50.
The latest update to Counter-Strike 1.6 has made the world's most popular online multiplayer game's advertisements compulsory.
CES 2007: Gates espouses Vista and Office, and demos a whole bunch of new functionality for Xbox 360 - as well as a voice activated kitchen.
Microsoft launches Windows Vista today, along with Office 2007 and Exchange 2007. Home users are going to have to wait for a bit.
A software analyst has predicted that the adoption rate of Microsoft's Windows Vista OS will be the fastest ever. The rate of adoption for Office 2007 isn't quite so clear though.
The new version of MS Office brings a lot of different problems to the table, and columnist Brett Thomas thinks it might be a little too different for many users. Is Microsoft expecting too much, too soon from users comfortable with Office? Will workers learn to Tango with the new interface?
Microsoft is being plagued by pesky pirates again. Yo ho ho and all that.
Microsoft officially announces that the new version of its lucrative office suite is ready to go, with businesses getting hold of the software before the hoi paloi next year.
Microsoft is in discussion with Novell to offer "sales support and technology sharing" for Suse Linux.
Microsoft has set the release dates for its Windows Vista and Office 2007 products, according to sources close to the software giant.
With over three million downloads of the latest beta, Microsoft is about to whack a small congestion charge on those looking to pick up the fully-functional trial software.
Apple has started selling episodes from popular TV series' on its iTunes store for $1.99 per episode.
Symantec has been taking aim at the beta of Windows Vista in an effort to show it's still security's top dog. But is it good to be so blunt on a beta? Columnist Brett Thomas doesn't think it's much more than bad marketing, and here's why.
The software giants are embracing an open source document standard. Has hell frozen over or is it just a fantastic day for free love and free software?
Retail versions will now not arrive until early 2007. Couple that with layoffs and lawsuits, and this hasn't been a good start to Bill's week.
Go have a play with the latest version of Office - in your web browser. Who needs a desktop, eh?