Today: Microsoft improves Ink support in Windows Maps, Battlefield 1 enjoys one month in the sun before release of new Call of Duty game, Google Pixel security, more.
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Microsoft announced today that it has improved its Cortana personal digital assistant with a new "to do list" skill.
Today: No more extended support for Office on-prem products, Google Translate gets more fluent, some PS4 Pro titles running slower than on base hardware, more.
Google Photos has launched a new mobile app calledPhotoScan that will help scan your paper-based photos and upload them to the cloud.
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.
Microsoft said it was "partnering" with Google to ensure that its Office apps for Android will work with all compatible Chromebooks.
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!
Microsoft announced today that it has delivered the so-called Xbox Holiday Update for Xbox Live, the Xbox One console, and the cross-platform Xbox app.
The Google Pixel XL is a great Android phone, but it doesn't offer enough of a bump over iPhone or, worse, its Nexus predecessors to justify the upgrade.
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.
Google announced today that it will dramatically broaden the availability of its Android Auto experience by bringing it to Android-based smartphones.
Over two years, Microsoft's Garage program has evolved from a place for mobile experimentation into a breathing example of Microsoft's future on mobile.
Today: Get an additional game with the purchase of any Xbox One S bundle starting at $299, Limbo is now available for Xbox One Backward Compatibility, Microsoft Selfie arrives on Android, more.
A new report says that Apple's vaunted App Store approval process is a sham, with hundreds of dangerous apps making their way into the store each day.
The FUD I see around the move to USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 is overwhelming but is likewise without merit. Folks, dongles are nothing new.
USB-C is an incredibly versatile connectivity standard that is becoming pervasive on modern PCs. When combined with Thunderbolt 3, it's nearly perfect.
Seagate releases an external SSD for Xbox One, Microsoft says no to Windows 10 LTSB on general-purpose Surfaces, new MacBook Pro vs. Windows in Boot Camp, more.
Microsoft Flow---the software giant's answer to IFTTT---is now available, following about six months in beta.
Google announced today that its DayDream View virtual reality (VR) headset will become available to customers next week, on November 10.
Google has been talking about its Tango augmented reality initiative since last year, but it's finally happening: The first Tango smartphone is now available.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Mashable shits all over Surface Studio, Microsoft removes 90,000 apps from Windows Store, Xiaomi takes another step towards the US, more.
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.
The latest version of Google's mobile platform supports some new "move" gestures that will make it easier than ever to get to key features. Here's a quick rundown.
With Android 7.1, Google has introduced a feature that will seem familiar to fans of Windows phone and iPhone. But this feature goes well beyond similar functionality on other platforms.
A day later, it's already clear that Google's Pixel XL is a viable and valid challenger to the iPhone 7 Plus. And that's great news for Android fans, given the recent implosion---sorry---of the Galaxy Note 7.