Microsoft today announced that it has added the ability to record Skype calls across desktop and mobile devices. The update comes just a day after Microsoft announced that it is redesigning Skype again to focus on its core set of features and remove all the unnecessary features from it.
Last year, Microsoft rolled out a full-fledged redesign of Skype which introduced Snapchat-like Highlights feature. The move led to the company receiving a lot of backlash since instead of focusing on improving the core features of the messaging service, Microsoft was busy adding unnecessary features to it. Now, Microsoft has announced that it is going to redesign Skype once again and ditch the Highlights feature.
Minecraft: Education Edition has been available for a bit of time now for macOS and Windows, and now it’s heading to large-screen iOS devices.
As Microsoft’s Surface Go goes on sale today, the first batch of reviews of the tablet are out as well. While Microsoft does seem to have launched an impressive product, a few issues hold it back.
Skype launched 15 years ago, and, since then, one of the most oft-requested features for the service has been left to third-party options. But that is finally changing.
Microsoft today launched a $399 Surface Go to take on the 6th generation iPad and Chromebooks. The tablet features a 10-inch display and weighs in at just 1.2 pounds (0.54KG).
The Surface lineup has been a relatively successful venture for Microsoft up to this point (with a few rough patches), and it sounds like the company is gearing up to introduce another device into the lineup.
Did you know that Microsoft has its own Movie and TV digital store where it sells TV shows and movies? Sadly, the iTunes-like digital storefront has not done that well since the service is only available for Windows and Xbox users.
Just before the end of June, a new report aimed to shed some light on a dual-screen device coming from Microsoft, codenamed “Andromeda”, that the company has been working on for at least two years.