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seamless interoperability

AT&T, T-Mobile open up their networks to offer free roaming for storm victims

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AT&T (T) and T-Mobile are going the extra mile to help their customers in New York and New Jersey stay in touch with one another in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The two carriers on Wednesday said that they were opening up their networks to each others’ customers in the...
AT&T, T-Mobile open up their networks to offer free roaming for storm victims
Google acquires QuickOffice productivity suite, will integrate with Apps team

Google Acquires Mobile Productivity Company Quickoffice

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Google just announced that it has acquired Quickoffice, a company best known for its mobile productivity suite for Android and iOS. Google plans to bring Quickoffice’s “powerful technology” to its own Apps product suite. Developing… Here is the full announcement: We’re happy to announce that we have acquired Quickoffice, a...
Google Acquires Mobile Productivity Company Quickoffice

Google adds Quickoffice mobile productivity team to suite of talent

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Google announced Tuesday morning that it has acquired Quickoffice, a suite of mobile apps for iOS and Android focused on office-related productivity. The deal gives Google an established document viewing and editing platform at a critical competitive juncture. Microsoft appears reluctant to extend its productivity powerhouse Office to other mobile...
Google adds Quickoffice mobile productivity team to suite of talent

RIM signs deal to license Microsoft exFAT technology

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Microsoft issued a statement today announcing a new licensing deal with Research In Motion (RIM). RIM will be licensing Microsoft's exFAT file system for use in BlackBerry mobile devices. With the deal between Microsoft and RIM, RIM will be able to incorporate exFAT into its BlackBerry devices to allow...
RIM signs deal to license Microsoft exFAT technology

Google + Quickoffice = get more done anytime, anywhere

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We're happy to announce that we have acquired Quickoffice, a leader in office productivity solutions. Today, consumers, businesses and schools use Google Apps to get stuff done from anywhere, with anyone and on any device. Quickoffice has an established track record of enabling seamless interoperability with popular file formats, and...
Google + Quickoffice = get more done anytime, anywhere
Google gets more serious about mobile documents with Quickoffice buy

Google Wields Quickoffice In Battle With Microsoft

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In an effort to beef up Googles Apps — its suite of online office applications — Google has announced that it will acquire Quickoffice, an outfit that builds mobile applications for viewing and editing Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets and powerpoint presentations. “Quickoffice has an established track record of enabling...
Google Wields Quickoffice In Battle With Microsoft

BBC: We are playing catch-up with catch-up TV

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At the Westminster Media Forum in London, with TechRadar in attendance, the BBC outlined a number of areas where it believes that VOD in the UK could be improved and noted that it was still "playing catch-up" when it comes to on-demand services.Even with the phenomenal success of the iPlayer...
BBC: We are playing catch-up with catch-up TV

VMware lays out prices for hybrid cloud offering -- now customers have the ball

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VMware re-announced its long-awaited vCloud Hybrid Service as an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) play for current vSphere customers to use. It will become available in an early access program in June and generally available in the third quarter of the year. The company is pitching the platform for both legacy vSphere applications already...
VMware lays out prices for hybrid cloud offering -- now customers have the ball

The Myth of the Benign Monopoly

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For years, at various times, tech giants such as Microsoft, Google and Apple have all been referred to as “benign monopolies.” Companies tend to earn that moniker when they reach a certain level of dominance in global markets, and have command over widespread standards. But now, more than ever, it’s...
The Myth of the Benign Monopoly

Google acquires productivity app maker Quickoffice

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Google’s Engineering Director Alan Warren has just announced on the Official Google Blog that the company has acquired productivity app maker Quickoffice. We’re happy to announce that we have acquired Quickoffice, a leader in office productivity solutions. Today, consumers, businesses and schools use Google Apps to get stuff done from...
Google acquires productivity app maker Quickoffice

Google acquires Quickoffice to take Google Docs native

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Google has announced the acquisition of Quickoffice, to let you do more with Google Docs and Apps. Here’s what it had to say today: We’re happy to announce that we have acquired Quickoffice, a leader in office productivity solutions. Today, consumers, businesses and schools use Google Apps to get stuff...
Google acquires Quickoffice to take Google Docs native

Google's future Office killer now available in Chrome OS dev channel

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Google now offers the ability to edit Office documents within Chrome OS, although the new feature is currently far less capable than the document-editing capabilities of Google's own Google Apps. However, there's one reason why this is worth checking out: the service is the first time that Google's QuickOffice has made...
Google's future Office killer now available in Chrome OS dev channel
Google to acquire Quickoffice

Google buys Quickoffice, ups ante vs. Microsoft in apps

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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...
Google buys Quickoffice, ups ante vs. Microsoft in apps
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