The iPhone gets an office, a Microsoft Office

Molly Wood Jun 14, 2013
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The iPhone gets an office, a Microsoft Office

Molly Wood Jun 14, 2013
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Microsoft is finally delivering a mobile version of its Office software to the iPhone today. Today’s software release allows iPhone users to create and edit Word and Excel documents, and store them on the company’s servers for easy access. So what took Microsoft so long?

Tom Warren, senior editor at The Verge, joins Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson to discuss.

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