Microsoft is announcing a new Android app that works with the HoloLens, as well as a new AR app for iOS devices.
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Microsoft's new Office app is now available for everyone on Windows 10 via the Microsoft Store.
Facebook now lets you stop its Android app from tracking your location when the app is not in use.
Huawei has gone on the offensive this week against what it says is politically-motivated fear-mongering by the U.S. government.
Instagram is testing a new fundraising feature inspired by Facebook's Donate buttons.
Microsoft Teams users are unable to login as Microsoft fails to correctly report the outage.
Google has retracted a controversial proposal that would have hindered the capabilities of Chrome-based ad blockers.
Looking for a free, high-quality alternative to Microsoft Office or Google Docs? This is it.
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In a blow to giant US tech firms, the European Union has reached a provisional agreement to dramatically alter its copyright rules.
Twitter starts testing new profile previews for iOS, akin to the ones on Twitter Web.
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Instagram now shows previews of IGTV videos on your feed.
Microsoft is introducing the ability to blur the background in Skype calls.
Microsoft is testing a native dark mode for OneNote on Windows 10.
Yes, it’s true: Microsoft would prefer for its customers to not buy Office 2019. But that’s because Office 365 is superior.
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Google has released a new Chrome extension that will help you protect your accounts from third-party data breaches.
Newton Mail was shutdown months ago. It's making a comeback today, weeks after getting acquired by Essential.
Mozilla is finally putting the hammer down on automatically playing audio and video.
Instagram plans to soon let you unify all your accounts into a single, primary account for easier login,
Microsoft expands its partnership with TomTom, will get access to TomTom's maps data for Azure and Bing Maps.
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Apple bans Google from distributing internal iOS apps after the company violates its ToCs.