Cache is a secretive Microsoft Garage project that first leaked a few months ago. But I'm in the beta, so here's a quick peek.
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Codenamed "Scribbler," Microsoft OneNote was announced at COMDEX 2002 and would ship as part of Office 2003. I've been using it ever since.
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.
Thanks to new integration capabilities in iOS 10, Skype for Business calls can work the same way as the native calling experience on Apple's devices.
Microsoft announced today that anyone can now make a Skype call via the web without first creating an account.
Today: the first-ever online Learn OneNote Conference, what's happening with Microsoft's Skype messaging everywhere feature, Microsoft patents a Surface Pen Strap, more.
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.
Today, Microsoft announced the Skype Insiders Program, allowing fans to gain early access to new features, provide feedback, and help with product development.
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.
Microsoft says it is expanding the availability of its Focused Inbox functionality across the many confusing versions of Outlook it supports on Windows, Mac, mobile, and the web.
Starting next week, Skype users will be able to sign-in to other Microsoft services---like Outlook.com, OneDrive and Xbox Live---using their Skype IDs. And vice-versa.
There's a U.S. presidential election coming up, and Microsoft has launched a new Bing interactive experience to help voters make educated decisions.
Microsoft has quietly opened the doors for its Outlook Premium service but the product is only being offered in the US at this time.
Microsoft announced a major update to the Skype Translator functionality that's built into its Skype communications products: Now, you can translate spoken words between Russian and other supported languages in real time.