Microsoft plans to unveil the web-friendly features of its Office 2010 package today at its 2009 Worldwide Partner Conference, and TechCrunch has a hands-on walkthrough of each productivity app's features. Meanwhile, another Technical Preview build of Office 2010 has shown up in the wilds. If you've gotten a hands-on look at Office 2010 through developer channels or, er, other means, tell us what you're liking, or what's actually downgraded, in the comments. [via Gizmodo]
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