Office for Android gains Dropbox support, there actually is a WiFi-only Gear S and Obama keeps touting his BlackBerry.
Android users have been jealous of iOS Office users for quite some time. Microsoft introduced Dropbox support for its mobile Office suite, but only competing platforms were able to enjoy it. Today Microsoft announces the Android apps have received the anticipated feature, as well.
This feature simply allows users to save and edit documents directly from the cloud storage service. In addition, you can also share your files, which will be very convenient for work.
Opinion: Better safe than sorry, right? The updates are available now, so you can all go test this new feature.
The Samsung Gear S is unique in that it doesn’t necessarily need a smartphone to function. The device can take care of all business thanks to its 3G capabilities. Do we all need that, though?
I would be lying if I told you I needed such a feature, but I just may be interested in a smart watch. We have been wondering if the Gear S would ever come in a WiFi-only version, and that seems to be the case. A WiFi Gear S has been launched in Japan via NTT Docomo. Will it ever come to the USA?
Opinion: I sure hope the WiFi Gear S makes it to this side of the world. After all, most people consider the 3G capabilities a gimmick.
How about some techie gossip before heading off for your weekend adventures? President Barack Obama is always hitting the news because of his relationship with the dying smartphone brand – BlackBerry.
This time around people are finding humor in the fact that he had to run back to grab his BlackBerry, which he had forgotten. Hey, if your company can say the USA president uses your brand, exclusively, you have something to brag about.
Opinion: Of course, security is a big reason why he sticks with BlackBerry. It’s just weird that the most powerful man in the world can’t get a team to keep a more advanced device protected.