Microsoft is bringing Xbox Live to iOS and Android. With the launch of a new cross-platform SDK, Microsoft is allowing developers to integrate Xbox Live functionality in their games. This will ensure that your scores, achievements, and other stats are synced with and to your Xbox One.
Way back in 2014, Microsoft launched Skype on the Web as a limited beta. It took some time, but eventually the beta tag was taken off.
If you are a heavy Microsoft Excel user on mobile, you are going to love a new feature that the mobile app is going to gain soon. The next time you want to create a digital copy of a printed data table, all you need to do is point your iPhone’s camera to the printed data table and it will be converted into a fully editable table in Microsoft Excel.
Microsoft is looking to bring its cross-platform gaming service, Xbox Live, to iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. The company has not made any official announcement about the same but a GDC 2019 session schedule points to Xbox Live getting “much bigger.”
Back in December of last year, Microsoft teased an incoming design change for Outlook for iOS. At the time, unfortunately, it was only available for beta testers.
Microsoft Office has been missing from the Mac App Store for years, but that is finally changing.
It feels like forever ago that Microsoft had a viable option in the smartphone wars, but that time is officially coming to an end.
For owners of a Mac that use Microsoft’s OneDrive service, there’s a new feature to be aware of.
The digital personal assistants out there are already pretty helpful, but the companies behind these services are always working to improve them.
Microsoft today updated its Office suite of apps for macOS which adds a dark mode, compatibility with macOS Mojave, and adds support for Continuity Camera. If you are running macOS Mojave on your Mac, you will now be able to use Office apps like Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook in Dark Mode.