Well, this doesn’t happen very often: Microsoft 365 Business Premium is now on sale for 25 percent off for small and medium-sized businesses.
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A group of technology companies that includes Microsoft has filed a motion in Google’s antitrust case to keep their data private from the search giant.
Google announced last night that it will now support Chrome on Windows 7 through January 2022, an extension of 6 months.
Microsoft announced today that it’s Edge-based WebView 2 is now available for developers to use in .NET 5, .NET Core, and .NET Framework applications.
The new version of Microsoft Edge enables the web browser’s shopping features by default and adds numerous other new features.
Microsoft announced that it is bringing the first personal features to Teams on Windows and the web in preview, plus a few new personal features for Teams on mobile.
Google announced today that it has successfully rolled out Rich Communication Services (RCS) support to its Messages app globally.
Google announced a major redesign of its Google Pay app on Android and iOS that provides better functionality and security.
Microsoft today said that it will update the core system iconography in its Edge web browser to utilize the Fluent Design System.
Google today announced Chrome 87, which it says offers major performance and efficiency improvements on desktop and mobile.
Microsoft said today that it has improved the way that the desktop versions of Edge display notifications and badges.
Last week, Google announced that it was discontinuing free, unlimited photo storage in its Google Photos service, enraging fans.
Google this morning announced that it is adding a setting to Gmail that will determine whether your data is used to enable “smart features” across Gmail, Meet, and Chat.
In June 2010, I wrote this editorial about keeping kids safe online. A lot has changed since then, but it’s still an interesting read.
In June, Microsoft changed its update channel names for Microsoft 365 applications on Windows, and it’s now doing so on other platforms as well.
Microsoft has issued a somewhat confusing statement about how and when those with Apple Silicon-based Macs will be able to run its Office productivity suite.
Microsoft this week made the case for moving away from SMS-based authentication in Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) schemes, citing its insecurity.
Microsoft Teams will pick up the long-awaited support for multiple users on desktop starting in December, according to the Microsoft 365 Roadmap website.
Apple’s new family of subscription services bundles, called Apple One, is now available, though Fitness+ won’t arrive until December.
A new report claims that Apple is working to create an alternative to Google Search for use on the iPhone and its other devices.
During its post-earnings conference call last night, Microsoft revealed that Teams now has over 115 million active daily users.
Apple brought trackpad and mouse support to iPad way back in March, but Microsoft is only now bringing support for this functionality to Office.
The video chat darling of the pandemic has finally added the security feature it claimed it had been using all along.
Facebook has launched a free cloud gaming service for some reason, and it’s available basically everywhere but Apple’s devices.
Google Fi subscribers can add a Pixel 4a to their plan for just $216 and pay for it over two years, a total savings of $133.
Following its release to businesses and education, Microsoft Forms is now available for free, and for Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscribers.
Mozilla relies on Google for most if not all of its revenues, so the firm is predictably worried about the search giant’s antitrust issues.