Some tidbits from around the web: Microsoft's fitness tips, Chromecast games, Android vs. iPhone, Pandora deals, a Ford and Google partnership, more.
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Microsoft announced this week that the web-based versions of Outlook will be updated starting in January with smart suggestions in new messages and automatic flight details in your events based on email confirmations.
Microsoft is working to bring back placeholders for OneDrive with Windows Redstone, a feature that was loved by power users.
If you want to use the Office Mobile apps to edit documents on Windows 10 Mobile with Continuum, you're going to need to pay up: This feature won't be free.
Microsoft on Wednesday delivered a non-preview Skype for Business mobile app on Android. The app follows releases on Windows phones and iOS.
Microsoft revealed today that it will be providing offline access to files and folders from its OneDrive mobile app on iOS and then Windows phones later.
Microsoft has announced how it will handle the storage plans for its OneDrive for Business customers. And a new OneDrive for Business sync client is available.
Here are some musings from around the web: Gary Vaynerchuck weighs in on ad blockers, Firefox "finally" goes 64-bit, and Google Play Books adds a night mode.
Slow day today. Here's what I could dredge up: Some dueling mobile payment announcements, a preview of Office 365 Planner, beta support for Apple Music arrives on Sonos.
Other news from around the web: WSJ delivers a Windows 10 universal app, Apple surprised by response to iPhone battery case, Samsung is copying Apple again, more.
Microsoft had an incredible year, with some epic moments. So without further ado, here's my look at Microsoft's 2015, the good, the meh, and the WTF.
A few items from around the web: HP's hilarious cloud offering, Google's AirPlay support and why it matters, smart phones are ruining our posture, and more.
Some deep thoughts (or something) for a Saturday morning: Microsoft OneDrive and Surface apologies, the coming Edge extensibility, and Microsoft's future.
Facing mounting criticism of the way it handled its decision to limit OneDrive storage, Microsoft today announced some concessions to disgruntled fans.
Dropbox announced today that it is shuttering its email and photo services in order to focus on its core cloud storage business.
This one seems kind of obvious, but Google this week is updating Google Calendar for Android and iOS to support to-dos and reminders for those to-dos.
15 long months after Microsoft made major changes to its Office 365 plans for SMBs. existing customers can finally switch to one of the new plans.
What else is going on in the (tech) world? Microsoft's remaining 12 Days Deals are leaked, Twitter looks back on 2015, and Spotify's free tier rankles some.
Here are some more tidbits from around the web: HP is abandoning low-end tablets, Apple open sources Swift, Microsoft ships Outlook add-on, and more.
A new version of the Skype desktop application for Windows is now available, offering simpler sharing of photos, files, video messages, contacts and emoticons.
Microsoft has announced the top Bing searches of 2015, and as you might expect, they run the gamut from the important to the truly superfluous.
Here's some other news from around the web today: Microsoft makes nice with Apple in new holiday ad, tablet shipments to fall this year, a Google accusation.
It's the last day of November. Already. Somehow. Here's what's happening: Microsoft's Cyber Monday deals are live, HoloLens team in Israel is canned, more.
A small group of external testers has finally gotten their first peek at Cortana on iOS, according to various reports. It's not clear how many have access.
Amazon's Cloud Drive was already a killer deal at just $60 a year, but thanks to a Black Friday deal, you can use the service for just $5 for the first year.
Good morning. I hope everyone (who celebrated) had a great Thanksgiving. So welcome to Black Friday, a few deals, and a few other minor stories.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation today announced a new version of its kit-based computer dubbed the Pi Zero that costs just $5.