Microsoft has enabled LinkedIn integration with Bixby, Samsung's digital personal assistant.
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Microsoft today announced the availability of the LinkedIn mobile app for Windows 10. But there are complaints from all corners.
Instagram this week announced that it now has over 700 million users, a dramatic increase in usage since last year. Count me in: My own usage of this service has likewise increased.
I've never understood the popularity of Instagram, which is a pretty terrible way to enjoy photos. But the service is slowly getting better. This week's addition of slideshow support is a good example.
Today: LinkedIn launches a Facebook-like redesign, Microsoft explains this week's Surface firmware updates a bit better, Nokia's comeback phone "sells out", more.
This week, Google updated its Google+ social networking service three useful new features. Yes, Google+ is still a thing.
In 2016, Microsoft took decisive steps away from its traditional roots and embraced a more open future in the cloud.
Instagram announced today that it is adding live videos and disappearing photos to its photo-sharing service.
Twitter announced that it is cracking down on the abuse, bullying, and harassment that routinely ruins the experience of using its service.
While Instagram came to Windows 10 Mobile back in May---it was previously available on older Windows phones, too--this week marks its first-ever availability on Windows 10 for PCs and tablets. It's exactly what it sounds like.
In a major push into the living room, Twitter announced today that it is launching apps on Xbox One, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. These apps will feature live streaming video, naturally, including NFL Thursday Night Football games, and other Twitter content.
Tech tidbits from around the web: I'm in Paris, Microsoft is changing how it reports Windows 10 users, Richard Irving leaves Xbox, Microsoft Press finally figures out paper is dead, a new Gears of War 4 gameplay trailer, more.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Spotify now has over 100 million active users, HP voluntarily recalls some laptop batteries, Fitbit improves its sleep tracking functionality, and Google is improving symptom search.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Microsoft buys Wand Labs, Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list swells to 200 Xbox 360 games, Microsoft gets high, new Insider update for Office Mobile, more.