Asus is joining the likes of Samsung, Sony, and Dell in bundling up Microsoft apps, including Office, on its Android handsets. Slowly, Microsoft is spreading its tentacles across Google’s domain.


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The question of course, is “Why?”

Well, I mean, other than MS giving them large quantities of money to do so, of course, which I suppose is possible.

The idea of using any of that stuff on a phone, with its small screen (yes, even the giant bloat-o-phones) and crappy keyboard seems ridiculous.... [Even on a large desktop display most people run MS apps in full-screen mode simply because they need sooooo much screen space to be useful.]