Microsoft's Steven Elop hinted that a Microsoft Office iPhone app may be in the works. Like any speculation, his words remained ambiguous and vague.
Elop was speaking at the Web 2.0 Expo where he mentioned the relevance of an iPhone version of Office and other web applications in the future. "Not yet-keep watching," he said. A Microsoft iPhone app would bring the iPhone one step closer to its BlackBerry and Windows Mobile counterparts in its ability to edit documents. Heya Palm, looks like Apple is stepping up their game too. [eWeek via CrunchGear]