While today's Windows event was mainly focused on the desktop we still got to see a few tidbits regarding the future of touch on devices running Windows.
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Thanks to a bit of clever editing, folks have managed to create a watchface for Android Wear devices, one that uncannily resembles Apple's new Watch UI. Of course this is only a cosmetic trick.
Microsoft is working on another large update to Internet Explorer - this time around, the user interface is getting a large overhaul, and there are some exciting new features on the way too.
Microsoft has rolled out a major update to its Xbox Video app for Windows 8.1, giving it a new look in line with that of the Xbox Music app, and including a range of other fixes and improvements.
Screenshots of the next version of Android with a redesigned status bar and Chrome interface have appeared online; a notification for the rumored new 'L' feature is also visible as well.
A response from the IE team says that the next version of Internet Explorer will come with a redesigned interface. It's not clear if this extends to the desktop browser or is limited to the Modern IE.
It looks like Samsung and Google are back together. With patent licensing deals, Google dropping Motorola, and Samsung coming back to Android's design ethics the two companies are closer than ever.
Microsoft has quietly updated its suite of Office Web Apps, including changes to the design and user interface, and a new Help tool that makes it easier to discover features and apply changes.
Leaked images show that Samsung is at least exploring a new card-based UI for its upcoming Galaxy S5 handset. The new UI may launch with the device as a revamped version of TouchWiz.
No stranger to controversy, Google chairman Eric Schmidt has struck again, saying that high-end Android phones "have better screens, are faster, and have a much more intuitive interface" than iPhones.
A video run-down of Sony's PlayStation 4 has been uploaded to YouTube showing for the first time most of the console's features and most importantly, the UI of the next-get console which launches soon