iPhone users know that its built-in virtual keyboard is lackluster at best. Fortunately, you have plenty of options. And one of the better choices, Google Gboard, just got a big update.
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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.
As Microsoft pushes forward with key platform differentiators, its competitors have responded in kind by eliminating or at least softening Microsoft's advantages.
This week, Apple unveiled a set of new TV ads for the iPad Pro. One of them will be particularly interesting to Microsoft enthusiasts.
Yesterday, I reported that the first Skype Preview build was available on Android. Well, it's available on iOS too, but in a far more limited fashion.
A new report paints an incredible picture of why Microsoft abandoned the smartphone market: Android and iOS now account basically 100 percent of all new smartphone sales.
It's time for new leadership at Apple, a rudderless company that is now drunkenly bouncing from project to project, looking for its next big hit.
Today: You can still extend your Office 365 subscription out by five years, Intel goes for yet another tock with next-gen CPUs, Google Assistant on the Pixel can now control your smart home devices, much more.
Google Maps has long supported the notion of favorite places. But with a new update to the Android and iOS apps this week, the way that Maps handles these places is getting much more sophisticated.
Microsoft this week began rolling out an update to Cortana that makes the personal digital assistant's reminder capabilities a lot more sophisticated.
Microsoft recently upgraded Outlook Mobile for iOS with add-in capabilities for email. Here's how it works.
Back in October, Microsoft said it that it would support the Touch Bar in the new MacBook Pro in Office for Mac. This month, that support is appearing for the first time.
This week, Microsoft announced add-ins for Outlook Mobile, starting on iOS. This is an important step for Outlook Mobile and for mobile productivity apps in general.
Microsoft today announced the two-year anniversary of Outlook Mobile for Android and iOS. And starting today, the iOS version is gaining a new add-ins capability.
Today: We have to cancel our Africa adventure suddenly, Microsoft releases two more custom Xbox Wireless Controllers, the future of iOS is 64-bit only, more.