A third party app is now available to offer Windows Phone users access to Periscope, a new live-streaming service from Twitter. Dubbed Telescope, the app is now freely available in the Store.
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The Windows Phone ecosystem hasn't seen any major changes in the last few months with low-end devices continuing to dominate the platform and Microsoft remaining the primary manufacturer.
HP is teaming up with Bang & Olufsen in an effort to make their devices, even mobile ones, sound better. The partnership will see a few new features, including hardware changes, show up on laptops.
Microsoft is opening up and partnering with different companies to make sure Spartan will be competitive once it gets released. The first partnership being made public is between Adobe and Microsoft.
According to a new statement from Microsoft, the company isn't actually looking to upgrade pirated Windows versions to a licensed Windows 10. Instead those who upgrade will remain unlicensed pirates.
Kinect apps are now available to download straight from the Windows Store. Microsoft is hoping that this will help developers and boost adoption of the motion-tracking peripheral.
Microsoft is testing an image of Windows 10 that can be flashed onto Android devices and essentially convert them to Windows phones on the spot. The program might be expanded soon if successful.
Terry Myerson, head of the Windows team, has officially stated that even pirated versions of Windows will be able to upgrade for free to Windows 10, in an effort to "re-engage" users.
Microsoft has officially started detailing the hardware requirements and capabilities of Windows 10 for desktop and mobile devices. The OS will scale from low-end to the most powerful hardware.
Microsoft is partnering up with Tencent to push Windows 10 to the Chinese market and as part of the deal Tencent will bring its popular games and services to the Windows Store, including QQ and LoL.
Lenovo is working on a number of Windows 10 phones the first of which will be launched later this summer. Unfortunately it looks like the company's handsets might be launched only in China.
Microsoft has just unveiled Windows Hello and Passport, two systems designed to make passwords obsolete in Windows 10. They rely on biometric signatures and secondary devices for authentication.
A new report claims that Apple is looking to launch a new web TV subscription service with big name partners from the industry. It's supposed to be unveiled later this summer and launch in September.
Nintendo has just announced during its press conference that the gaming giant is developing a brand new console, called Project NX. Details are still scarce but this is exciting for the company.
British newspaper "The Guardian" has started a petition calling on the Gates Foundation to take its money, a reported one billion dollars, out of the fossil fuels industry.
Microsoft has just announced that it is releasing the first public preview of Skype for Business. The new program is designed to replace Lync and unify Microsoft's offerings for the enterprise.
A new version of Office 2016 Technical Preview has leaked online and it brings a few small changes compared to previous versions. This comes on top of leaks of Windows 10 for desktop and phones.
Google is opening up its first brick-and-mortar location in London, albeit inside another store. Dubbed the Google Shop, the location lets users try out Android and Chrome devices.
Thanks some leaks we get our first look at the HTC One E9, a companion device for this year's M9 flagship. The One E9 looks set to be feature packed and includes a 5.5-inch QHD screen.
The Xbox app on Windows 10 has received an important update and though its biggest features are still missing - recording PC games and streaming from console to PC - the app is coming along nicely.
Fans of the series can currently get Dragon Age Inquisition for free on Xbox One, as long as they are Gold subscribers. The promotion lasts for almost a week, after which the game will be discounted.
A post showed up on the Insider Hub touting upcoming faster, daily builds of Windows 10. Unfortunately this was a bit too good to be true and it was soon retracted, but there's still good news here.
After yesterday's explanation of why Microsoft couldn't commit to a fixed released schedule for Windows 10 builds, Gabe Aul confirmed on Twitter that the company would be making the process faster.
Apple has significantly increased prices on its products in countries like Canada, New Zealand and the EU. But while it may appear greedy, the price increases reflect changes in global currency rates.
Screenshots from a fresh build of Windows 10 for phones have apparently leaked. They show a number of changes, including some cosmetic polish to fonts and the OS, as well as new options.
The newest version of Google's mobile OS is now rolling out to Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices. It brings bug fixes and new features such as Device Protection, HD voice support and dual SIM capabilities.
Apple's new Watch wearable can get an 18 hour "full day" of battery life, but the company never actually detailed what that means. Now we find out how long the Watch lasts with different use cases.
The Xbox One March update is finally here and rolling out to all users. With it come new features such as the ability to take and share screenshots, a new Upload app and transparent dashboard tiles.
Gabe Aul, head of the Insider Program for Windows 10, has taken to the Windows blog to answer some recurring questions, including when the next build will arrive and why we can't have fixed releases
We're less than an hour away from the start of Apple's event where the company will detail the pricing, features and availability of its new Watch - and you can follow along with these instructions.
Ahead of a major election, the UK government is proposing a 25% tax on technology companies that transfer their profits off-shore in an effort to avoid paying higher local taxes.
The lack of new desktop builds for Windows 10 insiders hasn't stopped the numerous leaks, that have become so common on the last couple of weeks. This time build 10031 showed up with a few screenshots
Gabriel Aul announced that the next build of Windows 10 for phones would feature support for additional phones. While this was obviously coming users are glad it's sooner rather than later.
Apple's bigger version of its popular tablet has seemingly been delayed until later in the year thanks to issues with the supply chain. The larger device was supposed to reinvigorate the tablet market
You can watch Microsoft's GDC keynote right here to see Phil Spencer talk about the future of gaming and about Microsoft's efforts to unify their console and desktop strategies.
Microsoft has some goodies for Xbox 360 owners. who now get their own Preview program for pre-release OS updates. They can also reserve Xbox One Games with Gold even if they don't own a new console.
Twitter has a new policy seemingly aimed at Tor users, who are now required to provide a valid phone number if they want to sign-up for a Twitter account.
Google+ is finally being killed off and its organs are being donated to other projects. So far, Photos and Streams have been spun off into a separate product, while Hangouts is expected to follow soon
The new Snapdragon 810 chips may just be hitting the market now, but Qualcomm is already talking about its future generation of chips and the features they'll bring to our handsets next year.
The Lumia 640 isn't the only hardware device that Microsoft unveiled today, as the company showed off on-stage a foldable keyboard device, designed to be taken on the road.
The Microsoft Windows Insiders program is growing at a fast pace and the company announced today that there are now more than 2.8 million users signed-up to try out Windows 10.
On stage at MWC in Barcelona, Microsoft unveiled some new features that will be coming as part of Windows 10 for phones. Among these, the company showed off their new browser: Spartan.
Though we know pretty much everything there is to know about HTC's new flagship, the One M9, folks can still follow along live and enjoy the show. And who knows there might be some surprises too.
HP has just unveiled a new top-of-the-line 13-inch convertible, with a QHD touchscreen that can be bent backwards and used as a tablet. The laptop is dubbed the Spectre x360 and it's available now.
From EU investigations into Google's practices, to Net Neutrality in the US to Xbox burgers in Hong Kong, it's been a busy and exciting week for tech. And Mobile World Congress is just starting!
A new initiative from Microsoft, called the Collective Project, is looking to empower students with bright ideas to change the world for the better. The first project makes prosthetics for children.
After many years since it originally launched, Microsoft is finally offering users a way to legally download a digital copy of the Windows 7 install disc. Of course, users will still need a license.
Microsoft has published a new Future Vision video, highlighting some technologies that the company believes will be ubiquitous in the next few years. The video shows holograms, tablets and wearables.
March will have a number of big-name titles for the Games with Gold promotion. Rayman Legends, Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite will all be available for free to Xbox Gold subscribers.