It’s hard to argue that Microsoft would like Windows users to upgrade to the latest iteration of the platform, Windows 10.
It has been reported quite a handful times that Microsoft is working on bringing its Word Flow keyboard from Windows Phone to iOS. The company started looking for beta testers for the keyboard earlier this year, and earlier this week, it gave these selected beta testers access to the keyboard to take it for a run.
Microsoft has just launched one of its experimental keyboards for the iPhone.
At this point, it isn’t a secret that the Mac lineup from Apple doesn’t have a touchscreen, or stylus support.
Over a year ago now, Microsoft officially unveiled what it calls HoloLens, a headset that uses Augmented Reality (AR) to change your surroundings to incorporate interactive activities and information.
Microsoft has rolled out a series of new Windows 10 ads that promote its new operating system by highlighting all the advantages PCs have over Macs. Those include things like Windows Hello, which lets you login by looking at your webcam, and touchscreens.
Following Apple’s official response to an issued court order trying to force the company to access an iPhone 5c, and a court date set in front of a congressional hearing, other companies are planning to further cement support for the Cupertino-based company.