Find out about Office for iPad, Microsoft's new CEO and OneNote's news on Hackerspace: by @MrEdwardCallow
Office, one of Microsoft's crown jewels, coming to the iPad is something that should have happened a long time ago. However 'old Microsoft' would never have even considered releasing their crown jewels to other platforms. Reviews of the apps have been generally positive, despite some obvious flaws that Microsoft have said they're working on. Word, Excel and PowerPoint are represented - each in their own app. The apps themselves are free to download but require an Office 365 subscription to edit files. They're generally well designed, with an interface that will be familiar to users of Office 2013 on Windows 8.