Microsoft has this week relaunched its business-focused cloud storage solution for iOS, seeing both its SkyDrive and SkyDrive Pro apps take on new “OneDrive” branding.
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Microsoft-owned internet telephony service – Skype – just began sending out a bunch of email invites to its users, inviting them to claim a complementary 60 free minutes.
Following Ballmer’s announced public “step-down” from acting CEO, last year, Microsoft’s Board of Directors have this afternoon announced that Satya Nadella will assume the position as the firm’s new Chief Executive Officer.
If you were in need of any more evidence that the market is shifting to tablets, rather than PCs, you need only take a quick look at the latest research published by Gartner.
Did you get a tablet of any description over the holidays? – If you did, chances are you weren’t alone. In a piece entitled “Why Tablets Are Killing PCs,” The Guardian’s Charles Arthur this weekend sheds light on an undeniable fact: The world is buying more tablets now, than it …
Will Microsoft continue to pursue Apple-like profit margins? That’s the question Information Week‘s Michael Endler is asking, this week, as the publication highlights 7 important lessons the multinational technology corporation could (and should) learn from, if it wants to secure even more success as we move into 2014. 1. Ballmer …
It’s called the “FISA Improvements Act” — and you can bet that it doesn’t really improve anything.
Well, you have to hand it to Vaclav Krejci — he certainly knows how to use Microsoft’s Word productivity suite. Recently, he used the Windows-based app to recreate marketing images for Apple’s iOS 7 operating system (from scratch), posing the question as to whether the company actually used the software …
Those who have been reading for a long time will know that I’ve always taken issue with Microsoft’s marketing team, and them seemingly not “getting” the fact that; it’s about showing your users how to use the actual product you’re selling to them, rather than simply hiring some dancers to …
Just a quick note this morning for those who who may already be subscribed to movie-streaming service, Netflix. The company has announced in the last several hours that it has updated the service, across all currently supported devices, to now offer a ‘Super HD’ option to its viewers.
Microsoft has today pulled the wraps off the second iteration of its Surface tablet. In a press release the company issued, this afternoon, the technology giant announced that its two new Surface models — Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 — will be available at Microsoft retail stores, through Microsoft …
One notable piece of news that appears to have slipped us by, yesterday, involved Microsoft‘s acquiring of Nokia‘s entire ‘Device and Services’ division.
Whenever the CEO of any company announces his (or her) retirement, it’s a naturally interesting event. When that company is Microsoft, (one of the largest technology players in the market), though, it becomes news.
It’s not often that we can report that Microsoft’s share price is trending upwards. However, that’s exactly what it is doing, this weekend, after the Redmond, WA company officially announced on Friday that its acting CEO, Steve Ballmer, will step down from his position as CEO of the company within …
Apple Seeds iTunes 11.1 (Beta 2). Publicly Releases iTunes 11.0.5 (For Mac) and iTunes 11.0.4 (For Windows 64).
Following the seeding of iOS 7 (Beta 6) to developers, yesterday, Apple is this weekend also making available the second beta of the next minor update to its iTunes multimedia player, iTunes 11.1.
Microsoft has announced this evening that Windows 8.1 — the next major upgrade to its “Windows” operating system — is set to officially become available for download on October 18 — and will be FREE to everyone.
Today, we are pleased to finally announce the official launch of our brand-new sister publication, Conspiracy Lane.
In a new mailshot sent out to Xbox owners over the weekend, Microsoft announced that the gaming console will soon gain the ability to make transactions using digital currency, versus players having to use ‘Microsoft Points’ to carry out these same transactions.
You can now get your hands on Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet for $100-off its normal retail price. The change in price, first spotted by our friends over at The Verge, will see both the 64GB and 128GB versions of the Windows-based tablet sell for $799 and $899, respectively.
A few weeks ago, we told you that the National Security Agency may be involved in the biggest surveillance program this side of 1984.
Following the release of Office 365 on the App Store just a few weeks ago, Microsoft yesterday took the wrapping off a new app, which we imagine many who already take advantage of the company’s ‘Hotmail’ service will likely have been waiting on.
Speaking of making notes with Microsoft’s OneNote service, the company has today updated both the iPhone and iPad versions of its official client, making both apps available as a FREE download – (for a limited time).