Office Mobile 2010 Details Emerge
May 11, 2010, 3:36 PM by Philip Berne
Though the software has been available in beta for some time, details have started to emerge on the future release version of Microsoft's Office 2010 for mobile devices. Specifically, Forbes reports that Office 2010 will be available in June. A separate PR source from Red Oxygen indicated that Red Oxygen's SMS services will be part of Microsoft's Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 products, which will be announced tomorrow. The new office suite, which will run on Windows Mobile 6.5 devices, improves formatting and editing capabilities to bring the mobile version more in line with the desktop software. Additionally, Forbes says that Office 2010 will include a mobile OneNote application that will sync content with Microsoft's SharePoint Workspace Mobile.
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