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Articles tagged with: office

Microsoft Word 2013 to Support built-in PDF Editing

You probably have not even seen the new beta version of Word 2013, but you will happy to learn that now you be able to directly open and edit PDF content in Microsoft Word 2013.

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Reality Car Windows Unveiled By Toyota!

Toyota is announcing new technology in their vehicles. The Japanese car manufacturing company unveiled a new window in a new manufactured vehicle where children can write on windows or make a sketch of outside objects.

The drawing will stick to the window till the outside object passes away or until the passenger itself removes it. That is something really cool for a long drive or even for small drives where any one can enjoy travel. For bored adults it’s really fascinating, and hopefully this new tech will be enough to keep consumers from worrying about a third recall.

iWork 6 And iTunes 10.4 Update

Apple’s Mac OS is an operating system line which gives users high end features assisting them in keeping up with their tech savvy lives.

Apple has updated its iTunes store to version 10.4 and iWork to version 6 to take advantage of the sizzling new features of its 8th installment of operating systems line known as “Mac OS X Lion” which packs around 250 new and amazing features including all the new “full screen support” for apps.

University Of Nebraska Gets 250K For Microsoft Office 365

While it’s not uncommon for companies to offer incentives to clients to try out new products, Microsoft recently paid the University of Nebraska, $250,000 to move from its existing IBM Lotus notes to Microsoft’s Office 365.

The University stated that they will use the money to convert a large number of the PCs currently using Lotus notes in addition to using the funds to pay for a Microsoft Premier Support agreement covering email and Microsoft Office applications for the University as a whole.

Computers The Size Of Routers: Syx Venture M220

The Syx Venture M220 desktop PC is ideal for those who need a rock solid computer, but don’t want a huge tower at (or under) their desk. I feel that mini PCs are underrated, simply due to their novel presence on the computing market.

Rest assured, however, that the M220 is no lightweight. The computer ships with 2GB of RAM but can support as much as 4GB of DDR3 RAM. It comes pre-loaded with Windows 7 Professional 32-bit and six USB 2.0 ports to ensure that all your peripherals stay connected.

Office 365 Already Receiving Problems

Since the recent transition to Office 365, Microsoft has stated that the service has had tough times providing access for its small business users. Product manager Steve Brown wrote in a blog, “This past week some Office Live Small Business customers may have experienced intermittent access to their accounts and Web sites…The issue has been resolved and the service is now functioning normally. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.”

Key Players From Nintendo And Activision Join Apple

Although there are many games currently available for the iPhone, iPod and iPad, Apple sought to take its gaming to a new level by hiring executives from Nintendo and Activision. According to an MCV report, Nintendo UK’s former head of PR, Rob Saunders and Nick Grange, former PR director for Activision Europe left their respective companies to come work for the Big Apple.

Office 2011 Service Pack Coming Soon!

Microsoft will be releasing the first service pack for Office 2011 suite. According to the Microsoft Office blog, the most significant upgrade will be Outlook 2011’s compatibility with OS X Sync. This will allow synchronization of Outlook calendars, contacts, and tasks with other apps. According to the Senior Director of Office Product Management, Microsoft had hoped to include synchronization support for the initial Office 2011 release, but they discovered that the feature was harder to implemented than first expected.

Evoluce Connects Kinect To Windows (Video Proof!)

Evoluce is a German firm that offers gesture control computing with a natural user experience. They offer powerful three dimensional depth-sensing technologies, coupled with intelligent software to produce direct and intuitive interfaces. This allows a wide range of possibilities for gamers, consumers, businesspeople, teachers, and folks in the medical industry. The latest generation of Evoluce large format displays offers true multitouch and precise gesture control performance.

Evoluce has once again impressed tech consumers all around the world when they ported an Xbox Kinect to Windows, via…