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Microsoft is revamping the Outlook experience on iOS.
Microsoft brings a major accessibility feature to both PowerPoint and Skype.
Microsoft Office apps are getting a new identity as part of a major overhaul.
Microsoft takes a page out of Google's book, introduces a built-in search feature for SwiftKey on Android.
AI is perhaps the most-overused personal technology term of 2018. But don't let the marketing abuse get to you.
You can now sign-in to your Microsoft account by using Windows Hello or a hardware security key instead of your username or password.
Skype is getting native integration for OneDrive, allowing you to share files with a few clicks.
Microsoft has brought Skype audio and video calling to the Alexa platform. And it works with all modern Alexa devices.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to ads to the Mail app in Windows 10. Yikes.
The launch of the Skype integration on Amazon's Echo devices seems to be right around the corner.
Microsoft 's OneDrive app is getting improved whiteboard scanning features.
Microsoft this released the latest version of its Skype experience to the web in preview form.
Microsoft is rolling out a number of improvements for OneNote across platforms this month.
Microsoft is integrating Sticky Notes...into OneNote. Hmm.
I'm still researching and experimenting with alternatives to Google Inbox. But I learned something interesting.
Microsoft To-Do gets integrated into Outlook.com.
Bad news for those hoping to stick with the classic desktop version of Skype: Microsoft is pulling the plug. Again.
Co-author your Office documents with people from your LinkedIn network.
Microsoft is bringing OneDrive's popular Files On-Demand feature to the Mac.
Microsoft looks to integrate all its products with a prominent and consistent search experience.
Today, Amazon announced numerous new smart home products, among them a smart display that will include Skype video call support. Oops.
Evernote's impending failure raises questions, but there's a broader debate to be had about how you choose the services you use and why.
With Google killing off Inbox, I'm searching for simple email clients for the PC/web and mobile. And my first option is an old favorite.
Microsoft launches a redesigned web app for Microsoft To-Do with a new look and new features.
Microsoft is now offering its first external peek at SMS Connect for Skype, which lets you receive Android-based text messages on your PC.
Microsoft starts testing a modern Outlook for Windows experience with Office Insiders, and Office 365 users.