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Peter Wells fromReckoner joins Tom to chat about Microsoft office for iPad and the experience of back-to-back phone launch events from Samsung and HTC in Sydney.


Daily Tech news Show - Mar32:16

Daily Tech news Show - Mar. 27, 2014

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HeadlinesEdit

  • Microsoft’s Satya Nadella led a live presentation in San Francisco of &utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=profeed&utm_reader=feedly Office for iPad. Versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint and upgraded version of OneNote hit the iOS app store after the presentation. Written natively for iOS, the apps mimic their desktop conuterparts in many ways, and are a significant improvement over the office for iPhone apps. Documents can only be accessed locally from OneDrive or SharePoint though. The apps are free for viewing docs, but you’ll need a paid Office 365 account if you want to edit. Office 365 Home Premium subscriptions cost $99 a year, but a $70 Personal program is coming this spring.
  • Peter pointed us to this Verge article aboutGoogle Play Music allowing songs to be uploaded through the browser. The feature is now available in the labs section of Play Music. You can also select a number of folders to monitor and upload whenever new songs are added. You can download through the browser, so it all means you should never have to touch Music Manager again.


News From YouEdit

  • spsheridan posted the Verge story that US President Barack Obama did indeed announce his proposal to reform the NSA’s collection of telephone metadata as expected. The NSA would no longer collect data, but submit requests to phone companies for individual phone numbers after getting approval for the request from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. While the President works with Congress to pass new legislation, the current system will continue for 90 days. Alternative proposals already exist in Congress and Verizon has responded requesting that phone companies not be required to keep records longer than normally needed for business purposes.


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