Now that we’ve rounded the 6-month mark of the pandemic, I’ve grown to understand that we all need a little help in these trying times.
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I was fascinated by some of the tips I learned speaking with Microsoft 365 users recently. And I’d like to share one that I heard about repeatedly.
Microsoft’s Bing came out the overall winner in Google’s search choice screen auction on Android in Europe, the search giant revealed.
Today, Microsoft explained the many improvements it’s made to the new Edge web browser since its initial release back in January.
Opera today announced Opera 71 for desktop and Opera 60 for Android, both of which support completely redesigned sync capabilities.
Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 81 today, which a colorful new theme called Alpenglow that works with both dark and light modes.
While most small businesses have adapted to remote work by now, it’s time to get more out of the tools for which we’re already paying.
Understanding what you get with Microsoft 365 is key to taking full advantage of the value provided by this solution. But new features are added all the time.
Microsoft opened its first digital Ignite conference today, pledging to help customers navigate the challenges of our new reality.
Apple normally ships new versions of its Safari web browser with new macOS releases, but the firm didn’t release macOS Big Sur this week.
Spotify has already issued an antitrust complaint about Apple One, Apple’s bundling of its own online services.
I watched and wrote about yesterday’s Apple event in real-time, and then I watched it again. And then I asked my wife to watch it too.
Note: This would normally be a Premium post, but thanks to Microsoft, we are able to offer it to all readers without any roadblocks. --Paul
While most Microsoft 365 users are probably familiar with core Office apps, there are many other apps that are less well-known. Lists is a key example.
As expected, Apple today announced the bundling of its existing services into Apple One, which will be available in three tiers.
Amazon FreeTime and FreeTime Unlimited are now called Amazon Kids and Amazon Kids+, and each is getting new content and features.
Google announced today that it has eliminated its entire carbon legacy and that its lifetime net carbon footprint is now zero.
With the TikTok soap opera finally behind us, I’d like to provide another view on Microsoft’s disastrous attempt to steal this service away from China.
After rejecting Microsoft’s bid, ByteDance announced that it will partner with Oracle for TikTok’s U.S. operations.
NVIDIA announced that it will acquire Arm from SoftBank in a deal that is valued at $40 billion. The firm will pay $21.5 billion in stock.
As you may know, I switched to Mint Mobile this past year for its incredibly low prices and excellent introductory offers.
Google said this week that it is bringing native Microsoft Office editing capabilities to the mobile versions of its productivity apps.
The business versions of Microsoft 365 offer unparalleled value, and they are especially useful in this era of remote work.
We all raced to enable employees to work from home, but now it’s time to ensure that our Microsoft 365 experience is as secure as possible.
I’ve been using GitHub for years to host the Windows 10 Field Guide, and this year I moved my .NETpad projects there as well.
The Italian Competition Authority announced today that it has launched investigations into cloud services run by Apple, Dropbox, and Google.
The U.S. Department of Defense announced today that it will move forward with Microsoft as the winner of its $10 billion JEDI contract.