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Apple rumors: Office on iOS, TV prices, Apple investments


Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“BGR has learned from a reliable source that Microsoft is currently planning to release the company’s full Office suite for not only Apple’s iPad, but for Android tablets as well. The company is targeting November of this year for both launches.” — “BGR” (

“Sony and Samsung, two of the world’s largest TV makers, have begun enforcing minimum prices on their sets, in an effort to aid brick-and-mortar retailers and improve margins in the cutthroat HDTV business.” — “AppleInsider” (

“In the week since Apple’s last developer update of OS X Mountain Lion, several new features including hints of automatic app downloads have been discovered in the next-generation operating system. The discoveries are still continuing, with signs of two new features: offline Reading List mode and iOS-like dictation.” — “MacRumors” (

“Apple is said to be investing in equipment (and machinery) at an exponential rate. The question is: what for?” — Razorianfly (

“Because the Siri and Dictation features for iOS must be sent to Apple to be converted to text, IBM has barred the use of them from its corporate networks, citing security concerns.” — “Technology Review” (

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