If you’ve waited for an official Office app, Microsoft today quietly released the Office app for iPhone users. One catch with the app is that it requires Office 365 subscription and if you do have, you can download the app right away from the iTunes App Store that will give access to view or edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files from anywhere. Microsoft says the documents will look like the original and have optimised the interface for the phone.
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Here’s some good news for those who want to Remote Play from a computer. Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida confirmed on Twitter that they’re indeed working on a solution that will bring the PS4 Remote Play feature on PC and Mac. Yoshida didn’t say anything when to expect it though. Remote Play currently only supports on PS […]
Sony just confirmed to have sold over 30 million PS4 units worldwide. The console that went on sale in late 2013 has sold 30.2 million units as of November 22, 2015, making it one of the most successful PlayStations to have ever launched. While a huge library and exclusive games attribute to PS4’s success, the […]
Gionee’s Marathon series has been all about the battery and today they expanded the range by introducing the Marathon M5 that boasts a 6020mAh battery. On a full charge, the M5 features a standby time of up to 684 hours, talk time of a whopping 62 hours and can even be used to charge other […]
Lenovo first showed the VIBE S1 at IFA couple of months back and now the company has announced the device for the Indian market. The phone competes directly with the OnePlus X not only in terms of design but also in terms of hardware. The 7.8mm phone has a metal frame with a curved glass […]
As expected, TAG Heuer has unveiled their first product to compete in the smartwatch market. This TAG Heuer branded smartwatch doesn’t come cheap and costs a whopping $1500, making it the most expensive smartwatch to run Google’s Android Wear OS. The TAG Heuer Connected is developed in collaboration with Intel and Google with Intel powering […]