Back in April of this year, Microsoft unveiled Visual Studio Code for Mac at its BUILD conference, and now the company has yet another announcement.
Microsoft’s Cortana beta for iPhone has been opened up to the public for the first time. The company is seeking a small number of testers in the U.S. to try it out “an early version” of the app ahead of its official debut, and you can register your interest now if you want to be one of them.
Microsoft has announced that it is decreasing the OneDrive storage cap for those with Office 365 and free accounts. The company insists it wants to “remain focused on delivering high-value productivity and collaboration experiences that benefit the majority of OneDrive users.”
In February of this year, Microsoft confirmed that it had acquired the popular calendar app Sunrise, and that the team therein would be folded into Microsoft proper.
On Wednesday, October 28, Microsoft released an update for its Skype for iOS app which brings with it some noteworthy features and support for Apple’s latest smartphones.
A new study indicates that Siri is more distracting than Google Now, but less so than Cortana, while driving
If you’re thinking about upgrading your old Mac, but you can’t afford or don’t want another Apple computer, then Microsoft has the perfect deal for you. The software giant is currently offering up to $300 for old Macs when customers buy a new Windows 10 PC.