Supersite The Verge has learned through several sources close to Microsoft’s plans that the company will release Office versions for Android and iOS in early 2013. From The Verge: Office Mobile will debut in the form of free apps that allow Android and iOS users to view Microsoft Office documents on the move. Like the...

Good news for Microsoft watchers. It seems that based on what some reporters have found out, Windows RT devices will be priced reasonably. By reasonably, I mean comparable to the iPad. Paul Thurrott (who’s usually in the know about such matters) seems to have seen a few of the upcoming devices and knows a little bit...

A new Apple rumor (take with regular pinch of salt) states that a smaller version of Apple’s hit tablet will come to market in the third quarter. The report from Chinese portal Netease, says that 6 million units will be ready for launch, and the smaller tablet could sell for $249 to $299. While these rumors have...

First of all, let me say thanks to all you guys and girls for your comments on yesterday’s article. The comment thread is really informative and I got a chance to see the different points of view regarding the roles of business and IT. Building on that, I wanted to discuss something else that I have heard about the...

Recently, I’ve noticed a very disturbing trend in reputable blogs and magazines and I wanted to share my take on this with you. There have been 3 myths floating around the web regarding Microsoft’s forthcoming Windows 8 Tablets and the demand for them in the Enterprise. Roughly, this is the sentiment I have been...

The new iPad is available in stores today. Yes this is a Windows 8 blog but trying to ignore this monster would be impossible. Kinda like having a lion come into your house and expecting you to continue a conversation with a friend. Microsoft’s arch nemesis Apple has raised the bar for what a Windows 8 Tablet should...

A recent Research survey of 1,604 business IT buyers by Research Firm ChangeWave shows the new iPad is already having a powerful impact on the corporate tablet market. Going forward, better than one-in-five companies (22%) say they’ll be purchasing tablets for their employees during 2nd Quarter 2012, and the...

The US Air Force has awarded a $9.4 million one-year contract to purchase up to 18,000 iPad 2 tablets. The tablets would replace the paper manuals and charts that are currently in flight bags. Even some commercial airlines are making the switch, dropping the 40 plus pound bags in favor of tablets. This is just another...

Not to pour cold water over the Windows 8 Consumer Preview launch or anything but Apple would like your attention on the 7th of March. They’ve invited a bunch of press to an event being held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco at 10AM PST, on Wednesday, March 7th This is WIDELY speculated as...