From the bold vibrancy of its new Start screen, to its new digital assistant, Cortana, Microsoft's new Windows Phone 8.1 establishes itself as a top-tier smartphone platform.
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If Microsoft plans to decouple Office for the iPad from Office 365, the team is keeping it a closely guarded secret. But printing seems to be on its way.
Microsoft is moving Windows to the car, again.
On Monday, Microsoft launched a number of features that should dramatically improve the usefulness of its Outlook Web app, including an Outlook Web app for Android and a "decluttering" tool for your inbox.
The first iteration of Microsoft's Office for iPad lacks the ability to print, an unfortunate omission that Microsoft representatives intimated will be fixed in a forthcoming release.
When Apple announced that its iWork suite would be bundled, free of charge, with new iOS and Mac devices, it seemingly slammed the door on Microsoft's Office ambitions for the iPad. How could Microsoft bring its pricey Office suite into a world of free (and almost free) apps?
Microsoft Office doesn't want you to be alone. Productivity should be a shared experience, apparently, and now the vaunted Office suite wants to integrate your social circles into all your spreadsheets, Word docs, and presentation decks.
The traditional PC industry saw its sharpest decline ever in 2013, and the sales drought is expected to continue through to 2018, according to IDC.
Samsung has launched the Chromebook 2, a Chromebook noteworthy for its use of a powerful ARM processor and the option of a full HD screen.
For years, our offices have been dominated by two types of computers: PCs and Macs. Fans have compared, dissected, cheered, and mocked desktops and notebooks from both camps--and the debate over which is most useful has simmered down to an uneasy truce.
If you're the type of person who can never have too much cloud storage, Microsoft just added a nice deal: 100GB of OneDrive storage as a Bing Reward offer.
If nothing else, we all know what WhatsApp is now.
HTC hasn't done much to fan the flames of future Windows Phones, stating that "nothing concrete" is in the works regarding future products.
Sanity has been restored to Nokia's Lumia smartphone lineup with the release of the Nokia Icon. This Verizon exclusive pulls the best features from Nokia's massive 6-inch phablets--the Lumia 1520 in particular--and tucks them behind a manageable, 5-inch OLED display.
One day, the future of Intel's desktop business will lie within something that looks like the Microsoft Surface. No, not the tablet--the older, tabletop version. Remember that?
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