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Mac News: OneNote Upgraded, But What About Office?

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Microsoft has just announced major upgrades for OneNote for Mac and iOS. They're interesting upgrades and point to a future where Microsoft works on cross-platform development, offering everyone access to everything.

It’s a great vision. And while Microsoft is making progress, it is still far from reality. While upgrades and access to OneNote will be a major plus for users, there’s still nothing for Office for Mac.

Apple's #BlackFriday US Sale Offers Gift Cards with New iPads

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Apple's one-day Black Friday sale rolled out from midnight around the world, offering gift cards in most places instead of discounts on major items and accessories. Europe is a little luckier with discounts on the iPad Air and iPad Mini. Major retailers, meanwhile, continue to do all they can to attract customers with big deals — for the second consecutive day.

Apple Announces WWDC for June, Tickets Onsale Thursday

 applelogo.pngApple has just announced that tickets for its next Worldwide Developer Conference event will go onsale tomorrow with developers likely to get their hands on the next innovations in iOS and OS-X. 

Adobe Releases Flash Player Security Updates for Mac, Windows, Android + IE 10

Malicious Flash Player content has been circulating, and Adobe has responded with an emergency security update for Mac, Windows, Linux, Android and various browser systems.

YouSendIt Buys Found for All in One File Search from Anywhere

File sharing service YouSendIt has expanded its roster of duties by purchasing Found, a system for enabling file search across devices and clouds.

Microsoft Gains Home System Control with Reported R2 Studios Acquisition

Is Microsoft stepping up its interest in using the Xbox, smartphones or other devices to control home systems? That question is being asked following a new report that the technology giant is buying id8 Group R2 Studios, which offers a product to control home systems remotely from an Android device.

Apple to Make More Macs In America

applelogo.pngIn a TV interview to be aired to review Tim Cook's first year in charge of Apple, he will announce that the company is bringing Mac hardware production back to the U.S.

 

Apple Releases iTunes 11, A Much-Needed Upgrade

itunes11_logo.jpg A month later than first promised, you can now download the new version of Apple's iTunes, with a raft of new features and improvements. 

Apple and Samsung Slug it Out in the Smartphone Wars

applelogo.pngNo one else comes close as the two heavyweights for tech gadgets blow the field away with their latest figures. Apple reported its fourth-quarter iPhone 5 launch profits, but Samsung is way ahead in overall sales. 

Google Buys Sparrow to Jazz up Gmail

sparrow_logo.PNG Google has just announced the $25 million acquisition of iOS and Mac email client Sparrow, with a view to refreshing the Gmail service. 

Watch Microsoft's Office 2013 Event Live Today

new_office_logo_official.PNGThe new Office suite has been formally unveiled by Microsoft with Yammer and SharePoint taking center stage among the new features. See what else was shown off at the launch event today, and where you can download the new customer preview version. 

WWDC Keynote Sees Apple's iOS Future Going Live

wwdc_logo.png Here we go then, another fun joyride through the highs (if you're a developer) and lows (if you expect magical-device unveiling miracles) of an Apple Keynote, with the expected focus on new features in OS X and iOS.

Apple's WWDC Kicks Off Today With iOS 6.0 Beta Unveiling

wwdc_logo.png  Get your Apple rumor bingo card out, as the company hosts the 2012 developer event. Offering the latest developer news, tools and sessions for iOS and OS X, all eyes will be on the updates for iPhone and iPad. Here's what to expect.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Box Upgrades, IGC's Brava for Documentum

Quiet enough week with the long weekend, but even still a few bones to pick at. Box has upgraded the administrative functions making it easier to use, IGC has upgraded Brava for Documentum, Nuance has also upgraded its PDF converter, while Enolsoft has released a PDF Converter for Mac.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Office for Mac SP2 Gets Pulled After One Week

This week, Microsoft offered us a new definition of pulling speed when it took Office for Mac SP2 off the shelves, SharePoint and DotNetNuke get close, SpringCM joins the mobile party, Perceptive also gets mobile with Interact and Adobe releases CS6/Extended.

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