What else is happening today? A change in how Microsoft measures Xbox success, the Xbox architect is leaving Microsoft, and thoughts on mobile market share.
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What else is happening today? Joe B. is taking some time off, Michael Dell rips on Surface pricing, Apple ships iOS 9.1, YouTube Red takes out the ads, more.
What else is happening today? All kinds of stuff: Microsoft is improving inking in OneNote, Parchi for Android, device encryption in iOS and Android, more.
Here's what's happening today: A game developer dumps on Xbox One, of Intel's desperate attempt to be relevant in mobile, and an iOS jailbreak makes a point
Microsoft announced that Skype for Business iOS is now available as a new universal app in the iTunes Store. The Android version is due "later this year."
Here’s what’s happening today: No delay for Xbox One's new dashboard, thoughts on the new iMacs, Apple's expiring antitrust oversight, and Twitter layoffs.
Google's newly-announced Chromecast and Chromecast Audio arrived at Chez Thurrott this afternoon, so I set them up and gave them a quick run. So far so good.
Here's a quick peek at what's happening today around the web: Cortana on Xbox One, Xbox One Fallout bundle, Skype for iOS and Office Delve updates, and more.
I've been spending a lot of time with Microsoft's mobile apps for Android and iOS, and comparing them to the built-in platform apps and to other competition.
Microsoft today updated the OneDrive for Business experience on the web and on mobile. And it is introducing new IT controls and developer experiences too.
In using iPhone 6S Plus more, I've identified a few more features that I think will prove problematic for Microsoft to overcome with its coming new Lumias.
I picked up an iPhone 6S Plus, but for now I'd like to focus on the challenge the new iPhones pose to Microsoft, Lumia, and Windows phones in general.
It should come as no surprise that iPad Pro owners will need an Office 365 subscription to get the full functionality of Microsoft Office Mobile apps.
The ability of Safari in iOS 9 to block ads has caused quite a ruckus this week. But this is just part of an inevitable trend I've been describing for years.
Microsoft has released an update to its OneNote mobile app that supports iOS 9 as well as features unique to the upcoming iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.
Since June, I've been using various pre-release versions of iOS 9 on my iPhones, iPads and my iPod touch, and I upgraded to the final version last week.
Microsoft's mobile app buying binge shows no sign of slowing down, with the software giant recently acquiring the well-reviewed Echo Notification Lockscreen.
Apple will now sell you new iPhones on a curiously reasonable monthly plan. This should have a huge and positive impact on iPhone sales going forward.
Microsoft announced coming new Office updates for the iPad Pro, iOS 9, and WatchOS 2, expanding on the information it provided yesterday at the Apple event.
As expected, the iPhone 6S—and its bigger, phablet-sized cousin, the iPhone 6S Plus—is a minor update to its predecessor. And that is just fine with me.
Apple's iPad Pro could be a credible Surface competitor. But Apple will need to improve on this first release quite a bit before this future can be realized.
On Wednesday, Apple announced new iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs as expected. But there was one surprise at the event: Microsoft helped promote iPad Pro.
Microsoft issued updates to Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPhone and iPad this morning, adding support for new languages, simpler sharing, and more.
It has been three long years since Apple shipped a new iPod, and while today's iPod touch release was anticipated, I'm surprised so little has changed.
I've been using Apple Watch alongside Microsoft Band for over two weeks now. Here's how the device compare when it comes to health and fitness tracking.
At its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote this morning, Apple announced updates to all three of its major mobile platforms: Mac OS X, iOS and watchOS.