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.
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For the past few years, speculation about a Surface phone has only intensified despite the failure of the platform on which it would run. I don't know if Microsoft still plans to release this device. But it shouldn't do so.
As expected, Microsoft will hold a major press conference on October 26, 2016 in New York City. And while details are vague at this point, it's fair to say that the rumors we've heard so far are almost certainly correct.