Google makes QuickOffice free.
Flipboard recently announced a new round of funding to allow the content aggregation startup to keep expanding.
Without a hint of irony, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer accused Google of having a monopoly in search and suggested U.S. authorites should investigate.
All great content comes down to telling a good story, so just do it. Give people what they want.
Barnes and Noble might have held onto the Nook division for too long, and now it faces a crowded market.
Google is working on a universal machine translation tool, but it's safe to say that while they've made progress, they still have a long way to go to achieve that goal.
Box finally adds light-weight workflow and announces metadata, two long-sought features.
DuckDuckGo continues to make huge gains, but it hasn't made the comScore search engine rankings yet.
Joota is a content driven social network.
Box introduced Box Notes this week, and with it they move from document storage and sharing to document creation.
The upcoming movie about the life of JD Salinger was based on research culled from photos, personal papers and letters; items that will likely not exist for researchers in 100 years. What will we do then?
bigtincan update gives mobile users easy access to documents on a mobile device.
Microsoft announced some tweaks to the SharePoint Online experience.
Nuance has a new scanning tool for Hyland OnBase.
Google announced this week that you can embed Google + posts in your blog or website.
Facebook introduced new tools to help journalists and marketers surface what people are talking about on Facebook.
Livefyre bought social curation tool Storify this week, creating an intriguing commenting and curation platform.
Kevin Spacey had a lot to say about the entertainment industry in a speech last week and it shows that he understands what it takes to succeed in an Internet-enabled distribution landscape.
Amazon beats publishers to the punch once again with Kindle MatchBook, which lets publishers offer print book buyers the electronic version for $2.99 or less.
Seismic teams with Salesforce to provide real-time content management on the SFDC platform.