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Apple has still not officially shared details about the battery life of its new Watch, but the company's CEO, Tim Cook, admitted this week that users "will end up charging it daily".
Screenshots of the new Office for Mac apps have emerged, showing an updated UI similar in look and feel to the Windows version, along with various new features being readied for their launch in 2015.
Some think Quad HD displays on phones are unnecessary - but even higher-res 4K screens are in development by Sharp, with the first handsets offering 4096x2160px displays expected to launch in 2016.
EA's CEO has said that the company's Access gaming subscription service - which launched exclusively on the Xbox One in August - has been a success, growing "well beyond early expectations".
Oppo has unveiled what it calls the 'world's thinnest smartphone', with a 1.5GHz octa-core Snapdragon 615, 2GB RAM, 13MP rear camera and 16GB storage - but no microSD slot or 3.5mm audio connector.
giffgaff has said that it is now "ready for a full scale launch of 4G", beginning on November 12, with three new goodybags, but there's still no unlimited 4G data option - 5GB is the most you'll get.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is planning to launch its new Office 16 client and server apps in the second half of next year, while Office is rumored to finally launch on Android tablets next month.
Microsoft has rolled out a new version of its OneDrive app for Windows Phone, introducing an updated user interface, and - at long last - integrated support for OneDrive for Business.
Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube, has confirmed that the company is still "working on" its long-awaited music subscription service, adding that she is "optimistic that you can see it soon."
A cyan (or "blue") version of the Lumia 735 'selfie phone' has been exclusively launched at Carphone Warehouse - and in fact, it's so exclusive that even Microsoft doesn't list the option on its site.
Microsoft has revealed new trackpad gestures and UX improvements for multi-monitor systems that are expected in the next Windows 10 Technical Preview release, showing some of the demos on build 9865.
Microsoft launched its Lumia 830 last month, referring to the device as its 'affordable flagship'. Ahead of our full review, we take a closer look at what the new Windows Phone has to offer.
Microsoft's new entry-level Windows Phone, the Lumia 530, is now even more affordable in Australia, where it is available on Telstra for just $39.50, along with an extra handset cover free of charge.
Archos' first Windows Phone, the 40 Cesium, is now on sale, offering budget-sensitive buyers a 4-inch display, front and rear cameras, 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200, a 1950mAh battery and more, for just €89.
The day has arrived: OnePlus will finally begin accepting pre-orders from folks without one of its stupid 'invites' today, but true to form, it's mixing things up by only accepting orders for an hour.
After its recent October Update, which brought MKV Media Center support and Snap improvements, Microsoft is rolling out an update for those on the Xbox One Preview, bringing a fix for an annoying bug.
From Surface success and Fire failure, to the death of Nokia, OnePlus pre-orders, new Windows devices and the end of free Xbox Music, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Microsoft has rolled out its latest update to the Xbox Video app on Windows Phone, with little fanfare and still no changelog yet, although it appears at least to introduce some new playback controls.
After weeks of clues that it was planning to do so, Microsoft finally confirmed today that it will drop Nokia in favor of Microsoft Lumia branding - and the MS logo will also be used on new devices.
An Alcatel executive says Windows Phone is best suited to lower-end devices rather than flagships, and that carriers agree, adding that Microsoft's Windows 10 will be a milestone for mobile computing.
Microsoft's entry-level Windows Phone, the Lumia 530, can now be purchased for just £29.95 as a pay-as-you-go upgrade, or for £49.95 with a new pay-as-you-go SIM, plus a mandatory one-off £10 top-up.
Toshiba has unveiled the Satellite Radius 11, a low-cost notebook-style PC with a touchscreen that folds over 360-degrees for 'tablet-style' usage, along with up to 4GB RAM, 32GB SSD and full HDMI.
ZOTAC has launched a Windows 8.1 mini PC that includes a quad-core Intel Bay Trail CPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, full-size HDMI port and more in a tiny package, priced under $200.
The phasing out of the Nokia brand from Microsoft's device range looks set to kick up a gear, as the company begins the next stage in its transition from 'Nokia Lumia' to 'Microsoft Lumia' handsets.
Over three months after it was first announced, Microsoft has finally released its Digital TV Tuner device for the Xbox One, priced at £24.99 in the UK, and €29.99 in a handful of European countries.
Apple has released iOS 8.1, which is available to download now, and includes various features such as Instant Hotspot, Continuity improvements and support for the company's Apple Pay service.
Over in the UK, Argos is now selling the Bush Windows Phone for £69.95, and Bush MyTablet running Windows 8.1 for just £129.95 - the latest examples of a new brand launching its first Windows devices.
Google has suspended pre-orders of its new Nexus Player, the $99 set-top box running Android 5.0 Lollipop, after it emerged that the device has still not been certified for sale in the US by the FCC.
From Windows news and Android 5.0, to a bunch of Apple devices, Surface, Xbox and PS4 updates, stuff on fire, and Bono, we take a look back at highlights from the week's top tech coverage on Neowin.
Manufacturers are starting to detail their plans to roll out Lollipop to existing devices, including Sony, HTC, Motorola and NVIDIA, and more info has emerged on when Nexus devices will be updated.
Three months after announcing that it was working on Visual Studio 2013 Update 4, Microsoft made the Release Candidate for the new update available today, bringing various bug fixes and improvements.
Verizon is expected to be the only carrier to launch the Lumia 735 in the US - but multiple sources now indicate that Microsoft's new 4G 'selfie phone' won't actually go on sale there until next year.
Alongside its new iPad Air 2, Apple has also announced the latest version of its small tablet, the iPad mini 3, which gets Touch ID for the first time, and will be priced from $399.
Apple has announced that OS X Yosemite - first announced way back in June, and then made available as a public beta in July - is finally being released today as a free update.
Microsoft has announced dates for Build 2015, as well as a new 'Ignite' conference for enterprise, which will replace TechEd, Management Summit, and Exchange, SharePoint, Lync and Project conferences.
Android 5.0 has been announced, although not all devices will get the new OS. Google's Nexus range will get the update first - but just which Nexus devices will actually get a lick of the Lollipop?
EE has introduced a tablet with integrated 4G LTE connectivity from £99.99 on pay-as-you-go, and is currently offering 100MB of free data every month to those buying a PAYG 4G tablet, phone or SIM.
Microsoft has released an updated version of its Skype app for iPhone, with improvements to optimize the UI to display more conversations and messages on the larger iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
A report from the Economic Times of India quoted a OnePlus executive as saying that the company was "looking into" launching a Windows Phone - but OnePlus has denied that it has any plans to do so.
A third device was unexpectedly announced by Google today: the Nexus Player - a set-top box built by ASUS, which runs Android TV and includes a voice-activated remote, with a gamepad sold separately.
Previously known as 'the L release', Google has today announced Android 5.0 Lollipop, which will launch on a trio of new devices first, before heading to the Nexus 5, 7 and 10 "in the coming weeks".
Microsoft unveiled the Lumia 735 - its new 4G Windows Phone for the selfie-obsessed - a few weeks ago. Ahead of our full review, we look at some highlights of what the affordable handset has to offer.
Microsoft's new firmware updates bring various fixes and enhancements to the Surface 2, and a further update will make its way to the Surface Pro 3 to improve Wi-Fi connectivity "in the coming weeks".
Google's Nexus 6 has been revealed in an image via @evleaks, and will reportedly be announced tomorrow alongside the Nexus 9 tablet, which is said to be priced from $399 for the 16GB model.
As predicted last week, Highscreen has become the latest brand to join the Windows Phone platform, unveiling two new handsets - the WinJoy and WinWin - which will both go on sale for under $100.
Lollipop? Lemon Meringue Pie? It seems that neither of these will be the name of Android L, as the head of the company that creates Google's Android 'sculptures' has hinted at another name entirely.
Android L is fast approaching, but many devices, including numerous Samsung Galaxy handsets, are still waiting for 4.4.4 KitKat which was released in June - but it looks like that's about to change.
Yes, Windows Phone has come a long way in four years, but there's still plenty about it that continues to vex us. Here are five things that we find ever so slightly infuriating about Windows Phone.
Windows Phone may not be perfect, but there's a lot to like, and it's come a long, long way since its earliest days. We take a look at five things that we love about Microsoft's mobile OS.