Microsoft has, over the past week, revealed a number of improvements coming for Sticky Notes 3.0, an upcoming version of the note taking application in Windows 10. Improvements that include more functionality, better usability and even a
Microsoft is busy with its BUILD 2018 conference, which kicked off today. Busy with announcing exciting new Windows 10 features that are coming to mobile platforms. Namely, Android and iOS. This has been made possible by the
There are signs that Microsoft is readying a Photos Companion App for iOS and Android that will work like the Phone Companion App that has been a part of the Windows 10 roadmap for a while now.
Stating the obvious here. Nokia is here with its latest Threat Intelligence Report, which reveals what we already know. That Android is the most targeted platform by malware authors. Windows is listed in second place, with 27.96%.
Change of heart? Microsoft has been pretty adamant over the years of keeping Edge exclusive to the Windows platform, to the determent of the fledging web browser, it must be said. One of the big reasons behind
Users had been crying for eons for the ability share animated GIFs and emoticons on Twitter, with the social network disallowing any form of animated content on the website. It automatically compressed images into JPG files, instead.
Right after the company ports the digital voice assistant service to desktop and cars, that is. This was revealed during SMX Advanced 2014 event, where Microsoft talked about future Cortana destinations. Marcus Ash, the group program manager
Another week full of anticipation. Microsoft’s New York press event for the launch of the Surface Mini is squarely in the spotlight right now, and made all the more interesting with rumors of a larger model also
Recent numbers from ABI Research have confirmed that despite growing sales, Windows Phone still has around 3 percent of the global market share around the world. But there is no doubt that Microsoft’s platform is quickly attracting
Google Android is the undisputed number one platform when it comes to mobile, with many pegging Apple iOS as still the second most popular OS the world over. For good reasons, surely. But Windows Phone has been