After plenty of rumor and speculation, Microsoft has quietly launched its version of Office for iOS—but as of yet there's no iPad version. Oh, and you need a subscription. That's right, the app requires an Office 365 subscription, before allowing you to view and edit Powerpoint, Excel, and Word files which are stored on the cloud or attached to emails. You can also edit recently used files offline, and create Word and Excel documents from scratch on your device. The app is available for iPhone and iPod Touch, and requires iOS 6.1 or later. iPad support is curiously absent—especially
It was first spotted in Houston. But then so many strange phenomena are. Now it's heading your way, regardless of where you might be keeping safe in these excitable United States. It might seem to you as if it's had a few drinks. But no amount of offering it your Jack or your Bacardi will keep it from one thing it really wants in its mouth. Yes, your S4, iPhone 5 or, indeed, anything that smacks of electronica. Nylanderia fulva is its name. But you, at least as far as scientists are concerned, can call it the "crazy ant."
Seriously? I am not so sure that I would want to do something like this, even though it's not technically a tattoo, I would still be a bit cautious about the whole thing. Your parents may have warned against tattoos, but they probably also told you to keep your passwords safe. This could make Motorola’s idea for Biostamps a tad confusing for the regular consumer. The idea might sound insane, but it’s simple enough: you could get a tattoo that would completely erase the need for passwords. Instead, it would send a signal to your phone authorizing you as the