Twitter has explained its use of PWA technologies and how it will be adding more native Windows 10 features to the app.
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Next week, I'll be in Seattle at Build 2018. Here's what I expect Microsoft to discuss. And some things I'd love to see happen, too.
Microsoft's haphazard way of updating Outlook across its many supported platforms is undermining the product.
Facebook is getting into dating, Messenger is getting redesigned, Instagram is getting a new Explore design, its new Oculus Go headset is now out, plus more.
Following the public release of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, Twitter is officially launching its new Windows 10 app today.
Microsoft has documented a long list of new features it is adding across Microsoft 365. And yes, this is a first.
What's different this time? Now, T-Mobile and Sprint have a good story to sell to antitrust regulators.
Yes, you will soon be able to mute accounts on Instagram.
In a long-awaited---and, frankly, long-overdue---move, Amazon will raise the price of its Prime subscription from $99 to $119.
Microsoft announced today that the first preview version of Office 2019 is now available for testing by its commercial customers.
Moving a tad more decisively than Microsoft, Google has announced Tasks for Android and iOS and updated its Tasks interface on the web.
Today, Google announced its first major Gmail update in over two years. And this one takes aim squarely at Microsoft and the enterprise.
Opera today announced a new version of its PC-based web browser, plus a new mobile browser called Opera Touch.
Google is planning a Material Design 2 overhaul for the UI of its desktop web browser starting with Chrome version 68.