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The preview Office apps on Windows 10 just got an update. Unfortunately there's no changelog, but this seems to be prep work for the upcoming mobile release expected at BUILD later this week.
The new build of Windows 10 has also brought a new version of the Project Spartan browser, and we take a closer look as how it stacks up to the competition. Hint: it's doing surprisingly well!
The May update for the Xbox One is bringing a some nice improvements as well as Miracast support through a new app. Unfortunately game streaming to PCs still seems to be a ways off.
We finally have some real evidence that Microsoft is no longer focused just on low-end handsets, but also working on higher-end Lumias that will ship with Windows 10.
A new affordable flagship from Elephone is rumored to feature both Android and Windows 10 as well as an Intel processor and some very impressive specs. Unfortunately there's no official launch date.
A new build of Windows 10 has leaked online, directly from Microsoft's update servers. Unfortunately, the image is encrypted with a new key making it virtually useless for now.
One of the new security features coming to Windows 10 is called Device Guard. Alongside Windows Hello and Microsoft Passport it aims to offer enterprise customers top-notch security on their devices.
Cortana is reportedly getting a new feature and the digital assistant can now help you get some deals by offering promotional coupons for stores and restaurants near your location.
The iPhone is the terrorists' number one device when it comes to evading the law and creating chaos - or how fear-mongering officials are trying to scare your basic human right to privacy away.
After a long wait Blizzard's MOBA is finally getting a firm launch date, as Heroes of the Storm will launch on June 2nd after an open beta period, starting on the 20th of May.
IKEA has been showing off some of its concepts for the near future. The company is looking at integrating new technology to make our future smart homes better designed and more useful.
According to a new report, Samsung managed to snatch another of TSMC's big clients. The South Korean company will build Qualcomm's upcoming high-end processors, the Snapdragon 820.
Though Patch Tuesday has already come and gone for this month, Microsoft will push an impressive number of patches out today. Admins and mobile users might want to keep a close eye on Windows Update.
Google is implementing an API change that will soon block YouTube streaming on older devices such as Google TVs, games consoles, Smart TVs, and all Apple devices not running iOS 7 and above.
A leaked report shows that the European Commission is looking to take into account supposed competition from VOIP services which are taking on traditional wireless carriers across the Union.
Insiders claim Nokia is looking to launch new smartphones next year and get into new markets as well, such as virtual reality. Though the company will only design the products, not build them.
Steam has started separating its users into two tiers, essentially creating a barrier between those that pay up and those that don't. If you spend less than $5 your access to features will be limited.
AMD's CEO recently let slip that Microsoft intends to launch the new Windows 10 operating system at the end of July, in time for the back to school campaigns and fall promotional sales.
Microsoft is re-integrating one of its start-up subsidiaries charged with open-sourcing technologies and engaging with the community, as the company ushers in new era of openness.
European regulators are officially accusing Google of anti-competitive practices, and undue influence in the local search markets. On top of that the Commission is also investigating Android.
Blizzard's popular card-game is now finally available on almost all smartphones. The new Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft app brings all the game's features and an UI optimized for smaller screens.
The May Xbox One update may finally allow for games to be streamed from the console to any Windows 10 PC, a feature first demoed by Phil Spencer back at the Windows 10 January Event.
Nokia has announced publicly that it is buying Alcatel-Lucent, a wireless technologies company. The new consolidated business will put the Finnish manufacturer at the forefront of 5G tech in Europe.
If you're an Xbox Live user and own either an Xbox 360 or the Xbox One you are now able to stream the first episode of the new season of Game of Thrones completely free to your console.
Update 2, or GDR2 as it's also known, was unofficially made available to a number of Lumia devices. It brings some UI changes, a new way of viewing Settings and support for new devices.
Microsoft has received a patent that allows a mobile device to boot more than one operating system, as well as individual parts of different operating systems to allow for specific functionality.
Arcadia is a mysterious project inside Microsoft's Operating Systems Group, related to streaming games and apps. And the project is moving forward with new job postings hinting at development process.
Some new alleged screenshots of Windows 10 for phones have shown up online, claiming to show some big UI changes coming to Microsoft's mobile OS including a new app switcher with four cards.
Skype's real-time translator tool now supports additional languages. The voice translator can now handle Italian and Mandarin on top of the already supported English and Spanish.
Intel's CEO showed off a new depth-sensing camera prototype that can be integrated into smartphones, allowing for numerous applications including biometric authentication via Windows Hello.
Google's child-friendly version of YouTube is under fire, due to complaints from child advocacy groups, which are concerned about the way the app targets advertising to susceptible kids.
An Australian federal court has ordered internet service providers to turn over the personal info associated with four thousands IPs to an American company on trying to prove copyright infringement.
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new super-safe, fast-charging, flexible, aluminium-based battery that's environmental-friendly and may revolutionize the energy storage field.
Samsung is warning investors of a continued trend of decline in both profits and revenue for the first quarter of this year. However, the company looks set to fare better later this year.
GameStop is offering a deal to potential Xbox One buyers, where trading in a last-generation console can get you a lot of in-store credit when purchasing Microsoft's new device.
Twitter has finally stepped up and officially re-launched the quote tweet feature, which until now was mainly restricted to some mobile apps. Users can now RT and comment in context.
The April update for the Xbox One is now rolling out to all users and it brings some useful improvements and fixes to party chat. The 'What's on' tab is also, finally, available to more users.
Microsoft has released a patch via Windows Update that will notify users of older versions of Windows, such as 8.1 and 7 SP1, to update to Windows 10 once the OS becomes available.
Intel's latest foray into the PC-on-a-stick market is finally available for pre-order. The device starts at $110 but that comes with Linux. A full Windows version will cost users around $150.
According to the latest, partially trustworthy, rumors Apple will introduce the Force Touch feature, first launched on the Watch, to the next generation of iPhones using new technology.
Microsoft has officially stopped manufacturing and selling the Kinect for Windows peripheral. Instead, it's consolidating its effort into the Xbox One version and selling a PC adapter alongside it.
According to the latest reports, Samsung has signed a deal to supply the chips for the company's next iPhone model. If true, Samsung will have reforged its partnership with Apple which it had lost.
The latest data shows that Windows Phone is doing surprisingly well in the EU where it holds around 10% market share, but the OS is still struggling in many other markets, including the US.
After years of investigation, European Union regulators are preparing to file a formal lawsuit against the search giant for anticompetitive practices and abuse of its dominant position in the market.
Google and ASUS have unveiled some new affordable devices today including a convertible Chromebook with a screen that flips around and the Chromebit, a computer on a stick running Chrome OS.
Microsoft has revealed the pricing for its new Visual Studio 2015 developer tools as well as the versions that will be available. The most expensive tools are becoming much more affordable.
In what's quickly becoming a predictable habit, a Chinese website has leaked a number of screenshots from an unreleased Windows 10 for phones build. They show a few design additions to the platform.
Bad news for Watch enthusiasts, as those looking to mix and match bands and cases for the Apple wearable will have to pay more. The company will only be offering select combinations for sale.
New renders of the long-rumored HTC One Plus have leaked online, supposedly showing the device in all its glory. Not only that, but the images also highlight some of the new features of the device.