Microsoft is said to be developing its own all-in-one PC that will go head-to-head with Apple’s popular iMac lineup. The machine will fall into Microsoft’s Surface portfolio, according to industry sources who are familiar with the software giant’s plans.
Microsoft is no stranger to software, and the company has launched a new app that should help people get even more organized.
Next week, Apple is all set to kick off WWDC on June 13th with a opening keynote, with the next few days being dedicated for various sessions and events. Not to let Apple get away with all the spotlight, Microsoft and Xamarin will be holding a WWDC After Party on the 13th of June in San Francisco.
Not too long ago, Microsoft confirmed that it would be effectively taking a break from Windows Mobile 10, and focusing on many of its other efforts.
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.