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Instagram announced today that it is adding live videos and disappearing photos to its photo-sharing service.
Today: Microsoft to tie executive bonuses to company diversity goals, Red Hat thinks Microsoft is opening up to open source because of developers, more.
I was able to experience the magic of Project Fi cellular access in Europe for a second time this past week. And yes, it held up nicely.
Twitter announced that it is cracking down on the abuse, bullying, and harassment that routinely ruins the experience of using its service.
Today, Microsoft announced a new Office 365 service called Outlook Customer Manager. It brings CRM capabilities to small businesses.
Microsoft announced today that anyone can now make a Skype call via the web without first creating an account.
Today: John Strike brings 8-bit gameplay and Continuum support to Windows 10, Nextbit Robin drops to $170 on Amazon.com, 2 billion Chrome users, more.
Today: I'm heading to Amsterdam, Office Lens picks up some nice accessibility improvements, parallels between Europe’s antitrust cases against Google and Microsoft, more.
Google has gone public with its defense of an EU antitrust case: That Android stimulates innovation and increases choice for consumers. Ha!
Today: the first-ever online Learn OneNote Conference, what's happening with Microsoft's Skype messaging everywhere feature, Microsoft patents a Surface Pen Strap, more.
Microsoft's Project Cheshire has entered into a private beta and since we last saw the app, it has been updated with a refreshed UI and there are mobiles apps too.
Today, Microsoft announced the Skype Insiders Program, allowing fans to gain early access to new features, provide feedback, and help with product development.
The Google Home I ordered is heading my way. But in looking at the first reviews of the device, I can see that this it has one fatal flaw. And it's a big one.
Microsoft's long-awaited Slack alternative is finally here: The software giant announced the preview version of Microsoft Teams today at an event in New York.
LastPass announced today that you will no longer need a paid Premium account to access the service on multiple devices. This feature is now free for everyone.
Microsoft Flow---the software giant's answer to IFTTT---is now available, following about six months in beta.
Outlook for iOS is picking up a great feature from the desktop version of the app: the scheduling assistant. But you'll need to add an Office 365 commercial account to see it.
Microsoft announced today that Skype for Business for Mac is now generally available. The firm also announced updates to Skype for Business on Android and iOS.
Tech tidbits from around the web: A Skype on Windows phone petition, Google announces something that is totally not a Surface Hub clone, the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare live-action trailer, and more.
Microsoft says it is expanding the availability of its Focused Inbox functionality across the many confusing versions of Outlook it supports on Windows, Mac, mobile, and the web.
Starting next week, Skype users will be able to sign-in to other Microsoft services---like Outlook.com, OneDrive and Xbox Live---using their Skype IDs. And vice-versa.
There's a U.S. presidential election coming up, and Microsoft has launched a new Bing interactive experience to help voters make educated decisions.
Microsoft has quietly opened the doors for its Outlook Premium service but the product is only being offered in the US at this time.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Amazon is removing its Kindle app from the Windows Store, Apple has given up on making its own car, much more.