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Here’s why Ikea BEKANT has standing desk fans frantic

Here’s why Ikea BEKANT has standing desk fans frantic

Ikea’s new BEKANT standing desk is quite the marvel. It raises and lowers with the push of a button, and is height adjustable to just about any standing or sitting height. It’s also Ikea’s first foray into the truly adjustable desk realm, whereas previous submissions were static once assembled. The Ikea faithful are really, really excited about BEKANT. With Ikea no longer selling previously popular standing desk models, and the competition not offering one important thing BEKANT does, here’s why Ikea’s desk is so popular right now.

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OneNote for Android Wear app arrives on Google Play

OneNote for Android Wear app arrives on Google Play

Microsoft is bringing pieces of its own offerings to Android Wear, ensuring you can access them (to somewhat limited degrees) from your wrist and, in doing so, expanding what your wearable is capable of. OneNote for Android Wear is the latest in this effort, and it is available now.

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Delve for Office 365 is Microsoft’s smart office secretary

Delve for Office 365 is Microsoft’s smart office secretary

No, this isn't Cortana in an office suit. It isn't even voice-controlled. But somewhat like Google Now, Delve will also surface relevant and timely content for users, but one that has been dug out from users' emails, documents, and cloud storage. No more searching for contacts and files that you need for a hot project you are working on. Delve will put those front and center to greet you when and where you need it.

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Google buying hangar where Spruce Goose built, but why?

Google buying hangar where Spruce Goose built, but why?

Google may be getting some new digs — in Los Angeles. A massive hangar, once owned by Howard Hughes, is reportedly being eyed by Google. People familiar with the discussions say Google is close to inking a deal to buy the oddball facility. The only question remaining is “why?”.

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Google makes Material homescreens of Docs, Sheets, and Slides

Google makes Material homescreens of Docs, Sheets, and Slides

Given Google’s most recent modifications of Docs, Sheets, and Slides, you’ll be encouraged to use one or all of the collection as your ever-rotating homepage. When you visit any of the three services now with google.com/docs, /sheets, or /slides, you’ll find an entirely different arrangement than you’re used to.

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Google Docs, Sheets, Slides changes officially here

Google Docs, Sheets, Slides changes officially here

At Google I/O, some important changes were announced for Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai announced the Drive-centric utilities would soon be able to work with any file type. Both viewing and editing were coming to Drive, and now they’re officially here.

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New Google Drive rolling out to users

New Google Drive rolling out to users

Google Drive is being updated today, bringing in an updated UI and usability tweaks. The update is rolling out slowly, but the differences are notable. Simpler and more effective, Drive is starting to look more like a desktop solution than a web-solution-gone-laptop.

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Microsoft opens up Office for Android beta program

Microsoft opens up Office for Android beta program

Microsoft, who have become as much of a software provider as a hardware company in the mobile space, are reportedly working on a private beta program for Office. This time, they’ll concentrate on Android, after making a successful splash on iOS earlier this year.

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Quickoffice alternatives as Google pulls the plug

Quickoffice alternatives as Google pulls the plug

As it turns out, Google’s stopping of updates to Quickoffice for the future for iOS and Android isn’t the worst news in the world. When we first heard that Quickoffice would be chopped out of Google’s suite of apps for devices on the regular, it seemed like a time for change. Instead, Google has already snuck the abilities of the Quickoffice collection in to another app you should already have downloaded: Drive.

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Quickoffice closing down, replaced by Google Drive

Quickoffice closing down, replaced by Google Drive

The latest updates to Google Drive's document editing features might have been a welcome announcement, but for Quickoffice, it was practically the writing on the wall. Now Google is formally putting a timer on the mobile office suite's life, giving users of the app a few weeks notice before it finally takes down the app from Google Play Store.

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Google Drive gets massive update and business edition

Google Drive gets massive update and business edition

Google continues to edge out Microsoft it what could be the latter's remaining bastion. With a batch of announcements about Google Drive, the search giant is offering more reasons for users to switch to its cloud and to ditch the once-popular Office suite, whether for personal use or for the enterprise.

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Google appears to clobber Microsoft Office in enterprise

Google appears to clobber Microsoft Office in enterprise

It would seem that Google is taking their office fight to their biggest competitor right where it hurts - in several of the biggest enterprise sectors. Google let it be known this week that with Google Drive for Work, they’ve brought on encryption in transit and on-server, audit and activity APIs, and enhanced admin controls, all a part of their plan to continue pulling enterprise customers away from Microsoft’s Office suite.

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