Google buys Quickoffice, ups ante vs. Microsoft in apps

Google buys Quickoffice, ups ante vs. Microsoft in apps

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New Looks like Microsoft Office for iPad can’t arrive quickly enough. Google this morning announced its acquisition of Quickoffice, a software company that makes apps for creating, editing and synchronizing Microsoft Office-compatible documents — including Word, Excel and PowerPoint — on iPhone, iPad, Symbian and Android devices. “Quickoffice has an established...
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