Category: Software


As we mentioned from the CES, Lenovo had prepared its first all-in-one multi-technology, and here it is. The C310 offers a 20-inch screen-as we say-compatible with pinches, an AMD Athlon dual-core, 4 GB RAM, ATI Mobility Radeon (unspecified) and as was normal in the brand teams, much, much software (you know, trial versions and other programs come-memory).

As for appearance, color that copper may be accompanied by a keyboard and mouse with so little grace, not to the liking of many, but let’s not forget that here is space. For $ 649 (472 euros) can be yours from April.

via [BusinessWire] [engadget]

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T3 is reporting that Mike Tedesco, Microsoft‘s Senior Product Manager for WindowsBU, stated that a version of Microsoft Office for the iPad is “something that we’re looking at.” Tedesco stressed that he couldn’t make any official announcement today, but from the sounds of things, Microsoft is at least considering a version of Office for Apple’s newest creation.

The iPad already has the ability to run a productivity suite — Apple has created iPad-specific versions of its own iWork programs, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for $9.99 each — but as T3 notes, bringing Office over to the iPad would go a long way toward establishing it as a legitimate productivity device. Whether those Office apps would be bundled together, offered individually, or cost as much as or more than iWork is, of course, impossible to say at this point. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more about Microsoft’s intentions.

via [tuaw]

The last version of Microsoft Office will be coming out for next summer.  Computer users can download the beta version for free and this one will be working until october 2010.

Microsoft between a big battle versus all the features that Google offers to their customers (google docs), made available a beta version of what is going to be Microsoft office 2010 for free.

If you are one of the Microsoft Office fans you can get it for free at Microsoft Office Site