Microsoft has announced today new features that will be coming with Windows 10 that will help corporate users adapt to the 'mobile-first' world that is quickly impacting the enterprise environment.
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If you are looking to pick up a low-priced headset to use with your Xbox One, the first-party set of cans is now $30 cheaper, but we're not sure how long the deal on Amazon will last.
Microsoft has started rolling out unlimited storage on OneDrive for users who have a current Office 365 subscription. The roll-out is starting with an initial 10 TB of storage.
On Tuesday of next week, Microsoft will push out four patches that will apply to the Windows 10 technical preview and it is advised that you install these items to keep your machine secure.
Microsoft has been shifting its strategy significantly during the last few months by making premium products free for consumers, but the enterprise still has to pay.
If you have a Microsoft Band, you will know that trying to figure out how much of your Band has charged can be quite frustrating but there is a work-around available to fix this woe.
Microsoft announced today that they are releasing touch apps for Office on Windows and now we have our first look at the new apps thanks to a video demonstration.
AT&T has announced that they will be selling the Lumia 830 starting on November 7th and we have gotten our hands on the device that features a new metal color and is thinner than previous models.
Motorola and Verizon have a new device called the Droid Turbo, and after spending some time with the phone, we will help you decide if this should be your next smartphone.
If you are a Windows Phone user and have been wanting to use VLC on your device, the app will be here soon and possibly before the end of the month if all things go according to plan.
Last month, Neowin, thanks to the help of some forum members, uncovered that MKV support was natively included with Windows 10 Technical Preview 9860 and now Microsoft has confirmed this feature.
The head of Microsoft's recently created venture arm, Microsoft Ventures, has resigned as he plans to start up a new company but he isn't saying much about his new venture.
Last week, Microsoft announced the Band, a fitness device that also toys with the boundary of a smartwatch. After spending a little bit of time with the device, there are some points to know about.
Microsoft has announced today that the Surface Pro 3 has cleared all the hurdles needed to be available for sale to government employees through General Services Administration (GSA).
Microsoft has released a new tool that allows you to test the latest version of Internet Explorer from Windows 10 Technical Preview on any operating system - and that includes iOS too.
We had a chance to chat with the team behind the Band - and with their far-reaching goals, what we see today is just the start of an ambitious project that will change the way we look at health data.
If you are wondering if the 48-hour battery claims for the Band are simply marketing fluff or the real deal, our early results are showing that you can get over 48 hours if you don't turn on the GPS.
Cortana has reportedly received an update that now lets her work in Spanish, which is another huge demographic that will now be able to use the platform in their native tongue.
If you live outside the US, you will know that you are a second-class citizen when it comes to getting new features from Microsoft - but it looks like that will be changing soon with Cortana.
If you buy a Microsoft Band and plan to wear it on the inside of your wrist, it is important that you use the screen protector as the display does scratch quite easily.
Microsoft released its Band yesterday and we have gotten our hands on the device. With tons of sensors and the ability to work on any platform, the device is attracting a lot of attention.
Microsoft has announced this morning a new version of Outlook for OS X users and it is available to Office 365 customers starting today; a public beta of Office for Mac will arrive in 2015.
Microsoft's Band went on sale and even though the product did not have a press event to build hype for the event, it looks like the stealth release has drummed up quite a bit of interest.
Microsoft's new Band is able to run for 48 hours after being charged for just an hour and a half, suggesting that the device is extremely power efficient during normal operation.
If you live outside the US and want a Microsoft Band, be prepared to wait as Joe Belfiore has said that they want to get some user feedback first before rolling it out to other parts of the world.
Late last night, Microsoft released the Band, its fitness wearable that has quite a few features like notification support and even a UV sensor to help protect your skin too.
Microsoft's new Band is out and the company has just released the first video showing the device in action: the tagline appears to be "leave your phone in your pocket and miss nothing."
Microsoft has announced their new fitness wearable called the 'Band': the device will arrive tomorrow and work on all platforms and measure a variety of metrics.
Kantar has released their quarterly report for the state of the smartphone market and for the three month period ending in September, Windows Phone is down in the US and across Europe too.
Microsoft has cut another round of employees today that is said to total 3,000 employees but these are not new cuts and are part of the initial 18,000 figure announced over the summer.
HP has pulled back the covers on their Sprout desktop computer and it offers up an entirely new way for users to interact with their content using touch on your desk, not on the display.
Microsoft has released the video that shows the new Windows 10 trackpad gestures and we have cut the clip down to highlight these features for those of you who were not able to watch the keynote live.
If you use a Microsoft account, there is a security feature built into the platform that makes it possible to recover your account after it has been compromised but you have to get your code now.
Microsoft has pushed out a large update for OneNote on iOS and OS X that adds several new features and is now more secure with TouchID support too.
Microsoft has released new firmware for the Surface Pro 3 today that addresses several issues including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth drive updates, and an issue with the Pro 3 dock sleep state transition.
Microsoft has quietly updated its Account page with a new layout that makes it easier to view the settings on your account. The update should now be live for everyone.
HP's Stream 11 laptop, which costs only $200, is now on sale and it looks like it will include a $25 Windows Store credit as well, in addition to the one free year of Office 365 that comes with it.
Microsoft is building in a new framework for PowerShell that works as a package manager and anyone who has used Linux before will welcome this feature with open arms.
Bing has announced a new feature that allows you to search with emojis. The feature, which is now live for English speaking markets, lets you find content by simply typing in the emoji.
Earlier today, Microsoft announced that they would be cutting the price of the Xbox One to $350 but if you want to get it even cheaper, here is how you can save a further 5% at the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has announced today that if you subscribe to Office 365, you will now get unlimited storage with OneDrive - a considerable increase from the 1TB limit previously in place.
At the end of this month, manufacturers will no longer be able to buy licenses from Microsoft for Windows 7 which means that the OS will start to disappear quickly from their websites.
Microsoft is working on the next version of Office for OS X and new screenshots show that the platform is far along in the development cycle which means that it could be released relatively soon.
Earlier this week, Microsoft released a new version of Windows 10, build 9860; we are curious if you downloaded the new build and if you had any trouble with the install.
Microsoft has released a few stats about the latest release of Windows 10 build 9860 which includes the fact that 41% of installs are occurring on the desktop and 32% on a laptop.
Microsoft posted strong quarterly earnings yesterday and following that announcement, analysts are becoming bullish on Microsoft and recommending that you buy their stock.
In the latest version of Windows 10, Windows Media Player can play MKV files natively which will be welcomed improvement for those of you who do not like to download codecs.
A few weeks back, Microsoft announced Sway, a new way to present content online and we have gotten our hands on the new presentation tool. Is it a Powerpoint killer, that's the big question.
In the latest version of Windows 10, you can now create desktop shortcuts of store apps which is an improvement over the last release that only allowed Microsoft apps to pin.
Microsoft has pushed out an update for those of you who are in the Developers program which will keep your device eligible for future updates to the program, and you can download it right now.