Googles announced today that it is bringing family-based sharing functionality to its YouTube TV, Calendar, Keep and Photos services.
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One of the enduring frustrations of being a technology enthusiast is that the broad claims made on stage during industry events are rarely matched by reality. Microsoft and Google are both guilty of this.
Microsoft announced that Xbox One S owners can now stream videos from Amazon Video in 4K UHD. The service joins Netflix, Hulu, and VUDU in offering 4K UHD content on Xbox One S.
Google showed off a number of new features coming to Google Photos. Key among them is a simpler, more proactive way to share photos with others.
As part of an ongoing transition from Windows desktop applications to more portable solutions like web apps, I've started focusing on two key apps in my daily workflow. And it's not going all that well.
Story Remix was one of the more exciting announcements at Build 2017, and we can now take an early peek at this interesting new functionality that will be included in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Well, this was unexpected: Microsoft announced today that Apple will bring iTunes to the Windows Store.
This is a discussion I've been meaning to have for a long time. And it's a topic that permeates everything I do professionally, from the writing on this site to the podcasts I record each week.
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.
Even those Windows 10 users who are never going to purchase movies or TV shows from Microsoft's online store should check out the Movies & TV app, which gets a nice refresh with the Creators Update.
Starting tomorrow, the Microsoft Store will be offering big savings on select PCs and Xbox games, and Xbox Design Lab controllers. There are also savings to be had on entertainment, Microsoft says.
The strange disconnect between how the core OS and its bundled apps are updated is one of the weirder aspects of the Windows 10 development cycle. And we've really seen that most obviously in recent weeks.
Several months after Netflix provided offline support on Android and iOS, the service has finally brought this functionality to Windows 10 too.
Xbox One owners have been able to play music in the background while they play games since last August. But with the Creators Update, this capability is even simpler to use.
We're just weeks away from the release of the Creators Update, but Microsoft continues to screw around with the Windows 10 in-box apps.