Competition has finally had its inevitable impact on even the mightiest of consumer electronics companies: Apple, suddenly, is competing on price. Just like a normal company.
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While Apple is widely expected to issue significant updates to its iPad Pro family, the firm today surprised with far subtler updates to the normal iPad and the iPhone.
Microsoft has created a software utility that will help Mac switchers import data into a Surface or other PC. After a short leak window, however, the utility is no longer available.
Microsoft announced two major feature updates for Outlook for Mac today, support for add-ins and, on new MacBook Pros, the Touch Bar.
While I've often touted Microsoft Outlook for Android (and iPhone), it's fair to say that this mobile app, while great, has a few troubling limitations. The good news? They're working on it.
Google recently released Chrome 57 across its supported platforms, with the Windows version sporting better background tab efficiency. But iOS gets another new feature.
Three months after its release on Android, Cortana 2.0 is now available on iPhone as well. The big news here is a redesigned user experience.
Microsoft launched Visual Studio 2017 yesterday. But as an added bonus, anyone who downloads the suite will also get a 60-day trial of Xamarin University.
Microsoft today announced that it has released six free new video training courses covering Office basics. They're available as part of the Office Training Center.
Groove has recently picked up a new playlist sharing feature on both Windows 10 and iPhone. Here's how it works, and what it requires.
Microsoft announced today that it is adding support for Google Calendar and Contacts to Outlook 2016 for Mac.
Microsoft today highlighted the updates it is providing across various Office 365 products and services this month.
Google today revealed that its virtual reality (VR) initiatives are more successful than many had realized. Augmented reality (AR)? Not so much.
Mozilla Corporation announced last night that it has acquired Read It Later, which makes Pocket, which is billed as the world's leading save-for-later service.
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.