In September 2014, Microsoft unveiled a universal, portable keyboard that offered iOS support for those who just wanted a simple keyboard to carry around for their iPhone or iPad.
On February 5, a report surfaced that pointed to an imminent acquisition of Sunrise, what’s arguably one of the best calendar apps available for iOS, by Microsoft.
Microsoft’s newfound desire for great Android and iOS apps won’t stop at its acquisition of Acompli, it seems. Sources say the software giant is now on the verge of buying Sunrise, one of the best third-party calendar apps on mobile, for “at least” $100 million.
Microsoft today announced its new and improved Outlook app for iOS, which supports Gmail, iCloud, Yahoo Mail, and other third-party email services alongside Microsoft’s own Outlook.com, Hotmail, and Exchange. The new app follows the software giant’s acquisition of email app Acompli back in December.
On Tuesday, January 20, during the President of the United States’ State of the Union address, a photograph showed the press gallery filled with a sea of glowing Apple logos. At another type of event, the MacBook still managed to be a pseudo star of the show.