Microsoft has introduced its Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for disc-free gaming experience. This is aimed for those who prefer to find and play their games digitally and are looking for the most affordable way to play Xbox games, said the company. Continue reading “Microsoft introduces disc-free Xbox One S All-Digital Edition”
The trend of truly wireless earbuds is picking up pace swiftly in the market, and we are seeing companies bringing their own solution to rival Apple AirPods. Recently, there were reports that Amazon is working on its own wireless earbuds to take on AirPods. In similar lines, according to reports, Microsoft is said to be working on Surface Buds to take on AirPods.
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Microsoft has announced the release of the first Canary and Developer builds for Windows 10 which brings the availability of test version of Chromium-based Edge browser. Windows 10 devices will be getting daily updates if on Canary build and weekly update if on Developer builds.
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Microsoft launched the Surface Book 2 last year and hasn’t seen a refresh after that. But today, the surface Book 2 has been refreshed with a new processor.
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Microsoft has announced a new initiative, Microsoft Game Stack, which brings together Microsoft tools and services that will empower game developers. Continue reading “Microsoft introduces Game Stack, brings Xbox Live to Android and iOS”
Last year, Microsoft launched the “Your Phone” feature in an attempt to help further tie Android or iOS smartphone to your PC. Right now, the Redmond giant is running a beta of a new screen mirroring feature that allows Android apps to be run on a Windows 10 PC. Continue reading “Microsoft Windows 10 latest Insider Preview Build lets you mirror your Android apps on PC”
Microsoft is said to be preparing a new lightweight version of Windows for Dual-screen devices and Chromebook competitors. According to a new report, the company is said to be working on stripping back its Windows user interface with dual screens in mind. This new hardware could launch as early as later this year, depending on chip and PC maker readiness. Continue reading “Microsoft said to be working on Windows Lite for dual-screen Chromebook-like devices”
Microsoft has officially announced that it is killing its Microsoft Band and Microsoft Health Dashboard apps and services on May 31st. The company has already discontinued its wrist-worn Band fitness tracker more than two years ago, but the company has kept the Band apps running to support existing users. Continue reading “Microsoft to end support for Band and health dashboard apps and services on May 31st”
Microsoft is adding the ability which allows users to take a photo of a printed data table and convert it into a fully editable table in the Excel app for iOS and Android. For now, though, the app is rolling out to Android and will be gradually rolled out to iOS. Continue reading “Microsoft Excel app now lets you add data to spreadsheet directly from a photo”
At the MWC 2019 event, Microsoft has introduced the HoloLens 2 that is enhanced with many advancements across the board. This includes a visual display system, making holograms even more vibrant and realistic. The company has doubled down the field of view in HoloLens 2 while maintaining the industry-leading holographic density of 47 pixels per degree of sight. Continue reading “Microsoft HoloLens 2 augmented reality headset, Azure Kinect developer kit and more announced”
At GDC 2019, Microsoft is set to debut a new cross-platform development with a goal of bringing Xbox Live support to games on Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, in addition to PC and Xbox consoles. The company currently has a few games with Xbox Live support across mobile devices, most notably via Minecraft, which requires an Xbox Live login on Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch.
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Microsoft has announced final quarter results that ended on 31st December 2018. When compared to the last fiscal year, the revenue is increased by 12% resulting in $32.5 billion, operating income is $10.3 billion with an increase of 18%, the net income was $8.4 billion, and the diluted earnings per share were $1.08 GAAP and $1.10 non-GAAP%. Continue reading “Microsoft reports $32.5 billion revenue with 12% YoY growth in Q4 2018, LinkedIn revenue up 29%”
Microsoft has launched Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 in India. The Surface Pro 6 is powered by Intel 8th Gen Quad Core processors, while other specifications are similar to the Surface Pro 5. The Surface Laptop 2 is powered by Intel 8th Gen Quad Core Processors, promises up to 14.5 hours of video playback and faster and quieter typing.
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Microsoft has integrated To-Do with Cortana to help users save time and do more. Cortana helps by adding your reminders and tasks to your lists in Microsoft To-Do. With Cortana, you can use your voice on your PC or your phone. Continue reading “Microsoft Cortana integration with To-Do is now rolling out to everyone”
Apple has announced that Microsoft Office 365 for the first time is available on the Mac App Store, thus making it easier for Mac users to download Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and the whole suite of Microsoft’s popular apps. Users can also purchase a subscription for Office 365 from within the apps. Continue reading “Microsoft Office 365 now available via the Apple Mac App Store”