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Quickoffice Pro HD launches for Android Honeycomb tablets

Quickoffice has launched a version of its mobile office suite that's tailored specifically for Android Honeycomb tablets. Quickoffice Pro HD, as it's being called, was designed from the ground up for tablet use, and as such features a user interface that's meant to take advantage of the extra screen real estate tablets have compared to smartphones. As expected, Quickoffice Pro HD allows...

DLS @ SXSW - Sliderocket

Sliderocket is a super-powered slide machine for you PowerPoint junkies in the audience. Not only does Sliderocket build shows, the site allows you to share those slides with viewers or collaborators, buy assets for your slides on their site, and add plug-ins to make your presentations full of live data. Add onto this some metrics (you can see how your slides are performing) and a hosted meeting...

Adobe launches online presentations app (web based PowerPoint)

When Adobe launched its online office suite at Acrobat.com last year the site was a bit on the anemic side. Sure, it featured the slick Flash-based Buzzword word processor. But it lacked a good spreadsheet or presentations application. There's still no spreadsheet app in sight, but today Adobe added an attractive tool for viewing and editing presentations to Acrobat Labs. Like Buzzword, Acrobat...

Zoho Show now supports PPT export, Picasa import

Those folks at Zoho just don't quit, do they? Last year the company rolled out a major redesign of its powerful, web-based PowerPoint clone. And now Zoho Show 2.0 has 8 new features, some more exciting than others. Export to PPT, PPS, PDF, and ODP. You've been able to export files as HTML for a while, but the addition of PowerPoint and PDF export brings Zoho Show a bit closer to being a true...

Google Docs gets even more features

Earlier this month, Google Docs added a bundle of new features to kick off 2008. Apparently the feedback the team got was good, and they've been busy adding even more features that people have been requesting to the mix. And today, some very in-demand features have gone live on Google Docs. Most of the new goodies are for presentations - much like the last update. You now have the option of saving...

Zoho updates its online PowerPoint clone

Online office suite Zoho has rolled out Zoho Show 2.0. Probably our favorite part of that sentence is the fact that Show and 2.0 rhyme. Try saying it out loud. Fun, isn't it? But seriously, brings much of the power of Microsoft PowerPoint to a web based application. In fact, there are some things that you can do with Zoho Show that you can't do with PowerPoint. For example, you can embed a...

Live Documents, a peek at the next online office player

We covered Live Documents, the new online office documents competition last month, that is about to make a move to steal some market share aware from Zoho, ThinkFree and Google. Live Documents has released some screen grabs from its interface, giving a little more insight into what they are all about. The Flash based interfaces do resemble what Microsoft currently has on the market, but add the...

Google Docs Mobile goes live

If you are a Google Docs user you are going to be happy to know that Google Docs Mobile was recently released. Accessing your online Google Docs has gotten easier but don't get your hopes up yet, there are some restrictions. There were some hints in September about the new mobile service when users came across a working web address for the service. Google Docs Mobile is still in its early stages...

Google inches closer to online slideshows with Zenter acquisition

Why develop a new web-based tool for your arsenal when you can afford to just buy a company already working on the problem? And why stop at one, when you could buy two? It's no secret that Google is developing and online PowerPoint clone/killer to add to its suite of online office tools. In April, the company acquired online presentation company Tonic Systems. And now the company has picked up...

SlideShare: Lovable bastard child of YouTube and Powerpoint

Remember when Conan O'Brien used to do that "what if they made it" segment? (Maybe he still does it... I haven't watched the show in years. I'm so out of touch.) Well, here's one possible outcome of YouTube and Powerpoint hooking up: SlideShare. SlideShare is a service that lets you upload Powerpoint or OpenOffice presentations and have them be playable on the web, via a handy navigation toolbar....