But the Surface line isn’t going anywhere! Right? Not the most ideal news, but Microsoft has made the decision to close its Surface support Twitter account. And instead is pushing customers towards the Microsoft Support Twitter account
The word Messenger has a new meaning! Microsoft’s Messenger service has been discontinued completely now, as the company focuses its communication efforts on the Skype platform. The final milestone was reached late last month when Redmond announced
For a company as popular as Twitter, its official app on the Windows Phone platform sure has a bunch of scathing reviews. This application has been considered a second class citizen of the app world. In fact,
About time! Microsoft have just signed a new partnership deal with Twitter, and users can now search for Twitter accounts, tweets and hashtags straight from the Bing homepage. This is an exclusive partnership with the social network.
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.
Big old Steve. Even when he is out of his position at the very top of the technology world, he is in the news. This time, however, with no magic of his own. Well mostly. You see,
Another one bites the dust! Twitter sure knows how to play its cards, and the social network has set up a ridiculous little token limit for third party applications that access its service via the API. And
After smashing (or hitting, for the less enthusiastic among you) the important milestone of hundred thousand apps on the Windows Store, Microsoft seems to be keeping an even closer eye on its apps repository. Several circles have
The two classic browser versions from Microsoft are soon set to sail into the west. Over the past few months, Redmond made its intentions of retiring Internet Explorer 6 very clear. The software titan recently launched a
All is well with the (Windows 8) world, then. A buggy build of the Twitter app in the Windows Store that was recently taken down seems to be back in business with a new fixed version. News