Wednesday on Twitter, Frank Shaw, lead of corporate communications at Microsoft tamped down expectations concerning the potential 2013 release of Office for iOS and Android devices. Here is his tweet in full: “The information shared by our Czech Republic subsidiary is not accurate. We have nothing further to share.” As TNW reported earlier, rumors sparked heavily following reported remarks of a Microsoft official: “Often discussed but never confirmed, Microsoft’s Office suite could become available not only on Apple’s iOS platform but also Android in March 2013.” Read the full story at The Next Web.
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