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The iPhone Makes More Money Than Every Microsoft Product Put Together

The iPhone Makes More Money Than Every Microsoft Product Put Together

This device alone makes more money than one of the biggest names in tech.

The iPhone has been an incredible success for Apple. So much more of a success than we all predicted when it was unveiled back in 2007. It’s the hottest smartphone on the planet, and at five years old, it’s now bigger than Microsoft’s entire business put together. With $22.7 billion in sales last quarter, the smartphone outsold everything Apple’s biggest rival has to offer.

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Microsoft Has No Plans To Update Office 2011 For Retina Display Macs

Microsoft Has No Plans To Update Office 2011 For Retina Display Macs

Users say this looks “crap” and “very fuzzy” on the Retina MacBook Pro.

Microsoft Office 2011 looks awful on the new MacBook Pro’s Retina display. But unfortunately for its customers, it seems Microsoft has no plans to add high-resolution graphics. While Outlook 2011 does have Retina graphics, the company has confirmed that the rest of the suite will have “the same viewing quality as on any non-Retina device.”

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Microsoft Won’t Bring Office 2013 To Mac, But It Will Add SkyDrive Integration To Office 2011

Microsoft Won’t Bring Office 2013 To Mac, But It Will Add SkyDrive Integration To Office 2011

You’ll need Boot Camp to enjoy this on your Mac.

Microsoft announced Office 2013 earlier this week and issued a consumer preview of the software to users running Windows 7 or Windows 8. If you were wondering why there was no preview for Mac OS X, it’s because Office 2013 isn’t coming to the Mac. Microsoft will, however, be adding SkyDrive integration to Office 2011. Great.

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Avoid This Awful “Microsoft Word 2012’ Knockoff For iPhone

Avoid This Awful “Microsoft Word 2012’ Knockoff For iPhone

Looks a lot like Word, but it’s just a shameless counterfeit.

There are a lot of iOS users who are waiting patiently for Microsoft’s Office productivity suite to finally make its App Store debut. Although Microsoft is maintaining its silence on the subject, recent reports have claimed that Office for iOS will arrive this year. Some developers have taken advantage of that speculation and begun making their own “Office” products.

No, I don’t mean the genuine productivity suites that have been available for some time — many of which are very good. I mean the knockoff apps that try their hardest to look like Microsoft’s own Office products just to trick you into handing over your cash. The latest is called “Microsoft Word 2012’ by Super Racing Real Games.

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Microsoft Pulls Issue-prone Office 2011 Update

Microsoft Pulls Issue-prone Office 2011 Update

Microsoft pulls Office for Mac 2011 SP 2 update in response to problems

Late last week, Microsoft pulled the Service Pack 2 update to Office for Mac 2011 from its upgrade servers after users complained that the update created problems with the Outlook email and calendar application. The move also coincided with reports that Office vulnerabilities could lead to additional malware infection risks.

Microsoft had released the update the previous week (April 12). After initial reports that users were getting an error messages related to Office 2011 database, the company posted advice for users to follow before attempting to install the update and a work around for some of the problems that users experienced. A few days lated Microsoft pulled the update completely.

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Microsoft Office Vulnerability Brings Another Trojan To The Mac

Microsoft Office Vulnerability Brings Another Trojan To The Mac

Just another reason why you should avoid installing Microsoft software on your Mac.

With the Flashback trojan now threatened by extinction thanks to Apple’s new removal tool, it’s time to turn our attention to another threat. A vulnerability in Microsoft Office is allowing the “Backdoor.OSX.SabPub.a” trojan to infect systems running Mac OS X and use a Java exploit to avoid detection from anti-malware products

Once on your system, the trojan can feed back screenshots of your system and execute commands.

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Quickoffice Pro HD Update Adds Powerpoint Editing, Email Support, New Interface & More

Quickoffice Pro HD Update Adds Powerpoint Editing, Email Support, New Interface & More

Quickoffice is finally complete thanks to Powerpoint editing.

Quickoffice Pro HD is one of the App Store’s best third-party office suites, and until Microsoft Office hits the iPad, it’s the best way to view and edit Word and Excel documents on the go. Its latest update adds Powerpoint editing to that, in addition to native email support, an enhanced visual interface, and more.

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OnLive Desktop Plus Brings Flash To The iPad For $4.99 Per Month

OnLive Desktop Plus Brings Flash To The iPad For $4.99 Per Month

If you still haven’t gotten over the fact that your iPad doesn’t have Adobe Flash player, than OnLive Desktop Plus may soothe your pain. As you may have guessed, the new app is a premium version of OnLive Desktop, which brought Microsoft Office to the iPad earlier this year.

In addition to Office, the premium version offers Flash Player and a PDF-enabled web browser, but it comes at a price of $4.99 per month.

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Microsoft Is In Denial About Office For iPad

Microsoft Is In Denial About Office For iPad

Remember that Office for iPad product shot that was floating around earlier today? Well, Microsoft won’t actually come out and call it bogus, but they do say any report of Office for iPad is based on “inaccurate rumors and speculation.” So is that a denial or what?

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Microsoft Office Gets Spotted On The iPad, Expected To Hit App Store Soon

Microsoft Office Gets Spotted On The iPad, Expected To Hit App Store SoonAn official Microsoft Office suite for the iPad has long been the subject of hopeful rumors, but a leaked shot of the software in action on Apple’s tablet proves for the first time that it’s real, and that it is on its way to the App Store.

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