With a new leader at the helm, Microsoft To-Do is getting a second lease on life with new features and enhancements.
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Microsoft announced several coming new features for OneDrive on Monday. But most are business-focused.
Microsoft needs to meet---if not exceed---the features of Google One for its own consumer customers. I have a few ideas.
Microsoft's haphazard way of updating Outlook across its many supported platforms is undermining the product.
Microsoft is bringing advanced options for sharing on OneDrive's mobile apps.
It was one year ago today that Microsoft announced that Wunderlist was dead but the app is still around with no timeline for when To-Do will be a viable replacement.
Given the recent events making headlines, Microsoft has the opportunity to take advantage of the increased sensitivity of consumers to data privacy, but will they capitalize on it?
Microsoft is finally adding the ability to record Skype calls but there are a couple questions that need to be answered first.
Microsoft is introducing major security updates to its flagship Office 365 products, launches new File Restore, encryption features for OneDrive and Outlook.
Microsoft's Immersive Reader is getting updated with a new Picture Dictionary feature, along with other improvements on OneNote, Word, and Outlook.
The story behind Wunderlist continues to unravel as the founder shares a few details about what is happening behind the scenes of the app.
Microsoft's new design for Outlook.com is being enabled by default for all users in the coming weeks.
Microsoft is still working to make Cortana/Alexa integration a reality but they are making progress to finally deliver the feature.
Microsoft is bringing Cortana to Outlook's mobile apps with new integration as the company looks to catch up to Google and Amazon.