In a press release today, Microsoft proudly announced that the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), which is actually the second largest school district in the United States, has selected Office 365 as its cloud-based email soluti... keep reading
Microsoft has provided some new details and trends about the Windows Store, currently home to 146,395 apps worldwide. These details are based on recent trends in the Windows Store across categories, markets, and much more.
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Quite a few rumors are circulating the internet right now on the availability of Windows 8.1 Update 1. Now, according to Microsoft insider Paul Thurrott, Windows 8.1 will hit MSDN on April 2nd, the same day the Build 2014 Developer Conference begi... keep reading
International Data Corporation has released their yearly forecast figures for 2014, which presents a pretty interesting picture of what we could expect this year in terms of smartphone shipments. Last year, IDC mentioned smartphone shipme... keep reading
There are very few completely altruistic organizations out there -- just about every company that exists is out to make money. There's nothing wrong with this, it's just part of the capitalist world we find ourselves in (well, it could be... keep reading
Microsoft's ID@Xbox program has been welcomed by game developers large and small for making it easier to produce games for the platform. Back in December we were introduced to the first batch of developers to get on board and today Micros... keep reading
This past week Microsoft announced that Windows 8.1 Update 1 will be rolling out this Spring. The company however, didn’t give us a specific date. But according to Wzor, which has a pretty decent track with leaks and rumors, Microsoft will be maki... keep reading
Facebook is shutting down its Facebook Messenger client for Windows. The social juggernaut has recently started to notify users that the service will become inaccessible come March 3rd. The news comes after Joe Belfiore, Microsoft’s Corpo... keep reading
The wait is oh-so nearly over... the release of Titanfall is just around the corner! It's not long until you get your hands on the game, but for now you can content yourself with checking out what it looks like. Respawn Entertainment has... keep reading
Update: Thanks Microsoft for not publishing an updated change log, as usual. See below for a change log that details the previous update. No word on exactly what is new in this update. Try it out and let us know in the comments below!... keep reading
If you have either Audiocloud, Beats Music, or MoliPlayer Pro installed on your Windows Phone device, you have some updates waiting for you in the Windows Phone Store. All the updates address bugs and improve app performance.
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Recently, we learned that a brand new Windows Phone handset from Samsung will hit Verizon, codenamed Huron, and will look quite similar to the late Samsung Galaxy S. Now, according to a new tweet from the always-reliable @evleaks, this Samsung dev... keep reading
Microsoft recently unveiled OneDrive, a new brand name for SkyDrive, and the company has been dishing out free space to those who are eligible to snag it. For those of you who utilize Bing Rewards, Microsoft has an offer for you!
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We recently reported that Microsoft may slash Windows 8.1 license costs by a whopping 70%, but a new report today from PCMag states that Microsoft might drop Windows Phone licenses by 70% as well.
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On Monday, Stephen Elop unveiled Nokia’s X line of smartphones that run on a variation of the Android operating system. The phones - Nokia X, X+, and XL turn to the Finnish giant's homegrown Nokia Store, instead of banking on Google's jug... keep reading
It's been a little while coming, but the benefits of using a Microsoft account with Skype will start to be felt very soon. Back in September, Microsoft talked about changing the sign-up process for first time Skype uses, and a new update... keep reading
Mobile World Congress 2014 is about to end, and GSMA announced the winners of this year's Global Mobile Awards 2014. There were several categories in the list, but we'll be looking at the ones that matter the most to us. At the Global Mob... keep reading
Unless you have been in hibernation under a rock whilst wearing earplugs and a blindfold, you’re undoubtedly aware that support for both Windows XP and Office 2003 is coming to an end. This in itself is not news, but today Microsoft is ta... keep reading
The Microsoft and Nokia acquisition deadline is getting closer and closer each day, and consumers still don’t know whether Microsoft will rename the “Lumia” brand to maybe a “Surface” brand or something else -- or perhaps just keep the Lu... keep reading
A team of researchers from security firm Bromium Labs has managed to produce code that bypasses Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) software. This security tool is supposed to offer protection against zero-d... keep reading
The number of brick and mortar stores being operated by Microsoft is continuing to grow, with locations even spreading outside of the US. Grand openings are always a spectacle, featuring large crowds, concerts with popular artists, giveaways and m... keep reading
There's a lot to look forward to in Windows Phone 8.1 including voice assistant Cortana, support for universal apps and much more. A new video has emerged online that shows the updated Internet Explorer 11 that will form part of the new m... keep reading
If you watched the 2013 NFL season then you likely surmised that Microsoft just may be partnered with the US pro football league. The endless spate of ads made the point painfully obvious, just in case you missed the ones pasted to walls... keep reading
Microsoft's official Facebook Beta app for Windows Phone has received a minor update today. If that doesn't interest you, Kaspersky has rolled out its very own internet browser for Windows Phone, which aims to keep you safe online!... keep reading