Enterprise Still Grabbing the iPads Out of Apple’s Hands

BlackBerry’s collapse and Android’s malware struggles have been boons for Apple in the enterprise space.

AllThingsD Week in Review: Apple Freshens Up & Pinterest and Snapchat See Dollar Signs

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

iLife, iWork Get Refreshed for OS X Mavericks and iOS, Free With Purchase of New Device

The new versions of iLife and iWork are available today and free with the purchase of a new Mac or iOS device.

Apple to Offer iWork Apps for Free With New iOS Devices

Apple is throwing free productivity software in with new iDevices.

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Apple Brings iWork to the Cloud

Apple unveiled iWork for iCloud at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, bringing its documents and productivity software application suite to its proprietary, cloud-based service. The improvements include the ability to use iWork in the browser across all Apple devices (desktop, iPad, iPhone), and also the ability to run iWork apps in the browser using Microsoft’s Windows OS.

Apps Raise the iPad’s Aptitude for Real Work

iPads and other tablets are being used every day for productivity tasks once reserved for laptops. Walt Mossberg looks at apps that attempt to emulate the features of Office.

It’s an iStorm: Scott Forstall Out at Apple, Along With Retail Head, as Other Top Execs Get Promotions

Apparently, there are storms in the West, too.

Apple Shows Off Sharper 4G iPad, Updates Apple TV

For those who want to relive Apple’s event moment-by-moment, here’s the transcript of AllThingsD’s live coverage.


Apple’s Textbook Push Spotlights Executive

As Apple Inc. prepares to unveil a new digital-textbook service on Thursday, the spotlight is falling on its vice president who is leading core aspects of the new service: Roger Rosner.

Microsoft Office on iPad

Walt answers readers’ questions about technology, including opening Office files on the iPad.

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Apple iPad Event Liveblog

Weekend Update 1.11.09

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