Microsoft is making Edge generally available for iPad and Andoird tablet users today.
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Microsoft is bringing Cortana to Outlook's mobile apps with new integration as the company looks to catch up to Google and Amazon.
Microsoft today rolled out a massive new update for Edge on the iPhone. It brings 3D Touch support to all users with a modern iPhone.
New bug on iOS and macOS crashes apps because of a single character. Sounds familiar? Yes! It's time for another iPhone-crashing bug.
Microsoft is bringing Cortana to Apple's iPad devices today.
Microsoft is adding support for iPads to Microsoft Edge on iOS next month. Android tablets, Chromebook support could be next.
Apple is reportedly working on a new iOS home screen design, but it's not coming until 2019.
OneDrive is getting a big new update today on iOS. It now has an improved look, drag-and-drop, and more.
Cortana now launches 20% faster with the latest update on the iPhone.
Your old iPhone will no longer be slow with the upcoming iOS update that lets you disable intentional slowdowns, at least according to Apple.
Open solutions always win in the end. Which does nothing to explain Apple's success.
Apple apologizes for slowing down older iPhones, offers discounted battery replacement service and promises new iOS update to offer more insights into your iPhone's battery health.
Everyone who has ever owned an iPhone knows that it gets slower when a new version of iOS---and a new iPhone---is released.
Apple's unified platform for iOS and Mac apps rumored to arrive next year with iOS 12 and macOS 10.14.
Mixer's rebuilt mobile apps for Android and iOS devices are now out of beta, comes with a redesigned look, push notifications, and more.
Google's iOS app now lets you use your Outlook account and get the best features of a Gmail account with Gmailify.
Delta is starting the process to move away from Microsoft hardware in favor of iPhones and iPads in all of their planes.
Microsoft fans who choose the iPhone or other Apple devices don't have as many options as do those who choose the more malleable Google Android. But you can still minimize Apple's grip on your i-devices, and on your life. Here's how I do it.
After a three week wait, Apple has finally updated its pre-release stable of upcoming OS versions, bringing iOS 10, macOS 10.12 Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 to the Beta 2 milestone. These releases are still only available to Apple developers.
Microsoft has overhauled its app for Bing on iOS and has created something that you may want to actually use on a daily basis.
Microsoft has opened up applications to test Cortana on iOS but they are limiting it to users in the US and China but will expand outward in a few months.
This week, Microsoft has expanded the availability of its Send mobile app—which combines messaging with email—to both iPhone and Android, in preview.
Since June, I've been using various pre-release versions of iOS 9 on my iPhones, iPads and my iPod touch, and I upgraded to the final version last week.
Microsoft announced coming new Office updates for the iPad Pro, iOS 9, and WatchOS 2, expanding on the information it provided yesterday at the Apple event.
Microsoft has issued major new versions of Skype for Android, iPhone and iPad, adding UI, navigation, and search improvements on each platform.
Google announced this morning that its Android Wear computing platform is now compatible with Apple's iPhone, a genius and desperate cross-platform play.
Microsoft announced today that it has shipped very early preview versions of its Skype for Business app for both Android and iOS.