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.
It has been a very long time since Microsoft launched an official browser for the Mac (over 15 years!), and here we are in 2018 and looking ahead to a bright, Microsoft Edge future.
Microsoft has a lot of traction with Outlook for mobile devices, with the app seeing over 100 million active users across iOS and Android.
Microsoft has released a new Surface Go holiday ad which mocks the iPad and calls the former a real computer.
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Microsoft feels a need to go after Google’s Chrome OS, a growing market that sees plenty of attention these days. And the way to do that is apparently a new operating system.
Microsoft, riding high on the fact it’s one of the most valuable companies in the United States and refreshed Office app icons, is giving some love to Skype and (eventually) PowerPoint.
Microsoft recently surpassed Apple as the most valuable company in the United States, and that’s partly due to its PC sales, but also its cloud services. The company sees a bright future ahead of it, but it’s not forgetting about the apps that helped it get here over the years.