Microsoft is discontinuing the ability for Microsoft 365 subscribers to use the Outlook.com email service with a custom domain.
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We can chalk this one up to another classic Microsoft miscommunication, but the Microsoft Office brand is not disappearing. At least not yet.
Microsoft announced this morning some new creator tools in Microsoft 365 alongside its new Surface devices and PC accessories.
Microsoft now lets Bing users launch Xbox cloud-enabled games right from the search results page.
Microsoft is making its new web-based Outlook for Windows app available for more testers.
Microsoft is bringing a full-fledged To Do app to Outlook for Windows, and it should be a more versatile alternative to Outlook Tasks.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Outlook Mobile app has started showing ads to all free users, whether they use the Focused Inbox feature or not.
Microsoft has reportedly laid off its Modern Life Experience (MLX) team that has been working on consumer-focused features for a couple of years
Microsoft is planning to give OneDrive for Web a fresh coat of paint to celebrate the service's 15th anniversary.
Microsoft's new Outlook Lite app for Android supports the main features of the regular Outlook Mobile app, though in a 5 MB package optimized for phones with just 1GB of RAM.
Coming later this month, Outlook Lite will provide a faster and lighter alternative to the regular Outlook app for users with low-end devices.
Microsoft has started testing a new photo story feature in OneDrive, with a clear focus on privacy.
Microsoft’s new cross-platform Defender app for individuals is officially launching today, and it requires a Microsoft 365 Personal or Family subscription.
Well, after years of waiting, we’re finally getting our first peek at One Outlook. And … it appears to be an offline version of Outlook on the web.
Microsoft has been asked by Chinese authorities to temporarily suspend Bing’s auto-suggest features in the country. The suspension will be effective for seven days, and it will be the second time since December that Bing has to comply with such an order from China.
Microsoft’s OneDrive sync client for macOS can now run natively on Apple Silicon Macs, and the long-awaited client should offer better performance than the previous version running through Apple’s Rosetta 2 emulator.
Microsoft has updated its OneDrive sync client for macOS this week to address some complaints regarding the new Files On-Demand experience that a previous update introduced last month.
The inimitable Mary Jo Foley reports that Microsoft’s “Project Monarch,” sometimes called “One Outlook,” is still on the way after many delays.
With me switching to an iPhone, one might naturally wonder if a Mac is next. Put simply, no. But you’re looking in the wrong place.
Well, it took long enough, but Microsoft is finally testing native OneDrive clients on Windows on ARM and M1-based Macs.
Microsoft revealed this week that it will no longer support OneDrive on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 starting on March 1, 2022.
Microsoft has been planning to kill off Skype in lieu of Microsoft Teams for years. But now it says that Skype is “here to stay.”
Anyone with a Microsoft account can now remove their password from the account entirely to enable better security.
Microsoft announced that it will acquire Clipchamp, a web-based video editor. But it’s unclear how the tool will be integrated into existing offerings.
Microsoft Start is a new personalized news feed that will be available across mobile, web, Windows 10, Windows 11, and Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft will prevent Chromebook users from using the Office apps for Android, and it will push the web experiences instead.
Microsoft today announced the immediate availability of a new “My Day” pane to Outlook.com and Outlook on the Web.