Monday's top tech headlines feature a new challenger to the LTE battle:
The new look of Microsoft Office
Microsoft is releasing a new flavor of Office to go along with the new look of Windows 8. This new Office is all about making your documents available wherever you are, on any device. The design is also streamlined. Since you might be using it on a touch-screen, Microsoft simplified some options. You can see highlights of the features in our review of the new Office suite.
Sprint's already been selling devices that use 4G LTE, but today customers can finally tap into that faster network. Sprint launched LTE in 15 cities around Georgia and Texas, as well as Sprint's headquarters in Kansas City. Sprint was the first to launch a 4G network back in 2008, but it was using WiMax. Now Sprint is catching up to Verizon and AT&T, which use the faster LTE technology. Sprint said it will add more areas later this year.