Today, Microsoft unveiled a new sharing interface for OneDrive on Windows and Mac at its SharePoint Virtual Summit.
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During the opening day of Build 2017, Microsoft announced that Visual Studio 2017 for Mac is now generally available. There are several other Visual Studio announcements as well.
Apple surprised analysts by announcing lower-than-expected iPhone sales in its quarterly financial results this week. Is this just the latest chink in the armor of a firm that was once viewed as invincible?
Microsoft announced today that Groups is starting to rollout via Outlook on Mac, iOS, and Android. This feature is already available on Windows and the web.
In a blatant PR stunt that should please no one, Apple this week invited only the friendliest of bloggers to its Campus this week to assure them that they remain committed to the Mac.
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.
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.
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.
Microsoft announced today that it is adding support for Google Calendar and Contacts to Outlook 2016 for Mac.
While you can easily configure and use your Microsoft account on Windows, Android, and iOS, the Mac requires a bit more work.
Thanks to an offline installer, Office 365 for home subscribers can install Office 2016 repeatedly without having to download it each time,
I've resisted writing about Apple's new MacBook Pro since it was announced in October. But this product requires discussion.
The touch strip above the keyboards on the MacBooks only serves to highlight a very strange aversion Apple has to a technology that it made popular on mobile devices: Multi-touch screens.
The new Touch Bar was arguably the biggest news at yesterday's MacBook Pro announcements. And yes, Microsoft Office already supports this dynamic new interface.