A new Microsoft Garage project called Clip Layer promises to make it easier for Android users to "snip and share" almost anything that appears on their screen.
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Microsoft has added new collaboration features to Office 365 this month. Key among them are co-authoring capabilities in PowerPoint and more.
Codenamed "Scribbler," Microsoft OneNote was announced at COMDEX 2002 and would ship as part of Office 2003. I've been using it ever since.
Today: Jony Ive ruins Christmas, Xbox One game streaming coming to Oculus Rift, Microsoft's Arrow Launcher for Android is updated, HP Elite x3 updated, more.
Microsoft has posted on-demand versions of a free, six-part video series about learning Xamarin development.
OneNote is the best note-taking solution in the world, and it's available for free for everyone. Here are a few tips for getting started.
It's been three weeks since I published my original review of the Google Pixel XL. Here's a quick follow-up.
And you thought Office for iPad was big news: Today, Microsoft announced the release of its Solitaire Collection for Android and iOS.
Google announced today that it has released its final update for the Android 7.1 Developer Preview.
Today: Galaxy Note 7 recall did not damage Samsung brand in U.S., Apple to offer free replacements of batteries for iPhone 6s with shutdown problem, Pixel's camera has a lens flare problem, more.
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.
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.
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.