Earthquakes aside, Californians will have one less thing to worry about next year now that a new smartphone anti-theft bill has been signed into law. We've got all the details on that as well as an update to the iTunes Festival London lineup in today's Morning Report.
Monday was a big day for Microsoft, who officially launched a revamped, free version of OneNote and celebrated by coming to Mac OS X for the first time. Can the titan from Redmond compete with the likes of Evernote? Time will tell, but for now we'll sit back and see what happens, along with gathering up all the other news that you might have missed from the last 24 hours or so...
At this point, it's almost a comedy of errors: Why does Microsoft have an Office app for iPhone but nothing for the iPad? Apparently it's on the way, but first the company is giving the touch treatment to Windows.
Oh, Microsoft… you're back at it again with a new generation of Surface tablets, but we can only imagine that buyers will forget all about them when Apple unveils its next iPad, presumably at a media event next month. But kudos to the Windows maker for adopting the old saying "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again…"