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2020-06-04 17:58    2020-06-04 21:05

Xbox Game Bar on Windows 10 now supports third-party widgets

If apps like Steam and Discord already come with their own gaming overlay, Microsoft's Xbox Game Bar has already become much more versatile by welcoming third-party widgets for Razer and XSplit.

Microsoft Teams free users can now create video meetings

Microsoft is finally allowing Teams users logged in with free Microsoft account to create meetings. Microsoft has started rolling out this free Meetings feature on June 2, 2020.

Build “attendees” in US and Canada get big discount offers on Xbox, Office, Windows from Microsoft’s

Microsoft is sending out invites for people to sign up to buy digital items from the Microsoft Company store at highly discounted prices.

Tips and tricks on getting the most out of your camera with Microsoft Teams

Here's a look at some tips to get the most out of your webcam in Microsoft Teams.

Bing gets a new dark mode on mobile and new Microsoft Rewards flyout menu, too

Bing on mobile has gotten a new dark mode on mobile, as well as a new Microsoft Rewards flyout menu.

Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge will soon replace the legacy version : here’s what you need to k

Microsoft Edge will finally begin rolling out to Windows 10 users via Windows Update, and installing the new browser will trigger some important changes in Windows.

Microsoft Teams to get new Information pane, pinned posts, and suggested replies on mobile

This week, Microsoft has unveiled three interesting new features which will soon make their way to Microsoft Teams; a brand-new Information pane, the capability to pin posts, as well as suggested replies specifically for mobile users.

Lenovo Chromebook Duet first impressions: A lot for a little

There is a certain hefty craftsmanship that comes with the Duet that feels sturdy and assuages the fears of immediate breakage or the need for delicate handling 24/7.

Fortnite’s Chapter 2 Season 3 delayed until mid-June due to recent events

The next season of the popular Fortnite video game has been delayed a couple of times already but it’s now been delayed once again, this time due to the current events unfolding in the United States. Instead of the recently announced June 11th launch date,

Microsoft To Do app updates on iOS and Android with new filter and sort options

The Microsoft To Do app updated for both Android and iOS devices this week. Each update is quite different but both improve the ability to find and organize tasks within the apps by adding new filter and sort options. Here’s the release notes for the iOS update: You asked for it and we got it […]

Microsoft’s Mixer streaming service supports #BlackLivesMatter by making special stickers permanent

In response to everything going on in the United States at the moment, Microsoft’s video game streaming service, Mixer, has announced that they’ll be making stickers/emotes that celebrate Black and African streamers a permanent fixture within their stream chats,

Microsoft’s redesigned Xbox Store gets revealed in leaked screenshots

Pictures of a revamped Xbox Store have leaked today, showing a much better Fluent Design implementation and rounded corners that are consistent with the new Xbox app on Windows 10.

Microsoft Edge Canary gets new flag to run PWAs on startup

Microsoft is currently working on a new Microsoft Edge feature that will run Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) at startup on your PC.

Windows 10 Insider build 19640 is now available for Fast Ring Insiders with two minor changes

Microsoft has just announced the release of the Windows 10 Insider build 19640 for Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring, and this is another minor update with just two minor changes related to Storage Sense and the log in experience.

Japan will be a launch market for Xbox Series X this holiday season

I don’t know if we’re winning in Japan any time soon, but the position that we have in Japan today from a platform isn’t acceptable to me.

CES announces it will hold in person conference in Las Vegas next January

The Consumer Technology Association also announced its plans for CES 2021 today, with the trade show coming back to Las Vegas on January 6-9, 2021 with much-increased safety measures.

Xbox Console Companion UWP app to be replaced with the new Game Pass-focused Xbox app

Microsoft's Xbox Console Companion app on Windows 10 now displays a message saying that it will be soon be replaced with the new Game Pass-focused Xbox app.

Forget Animal Crossing, Minecraft Dungeons is the new gaming sensation for me

Minecraft Dungeons helped me put down Animal Crossing for a while and become my newest sensation.

New Chromium-based Edge browser begins to roll out via Windows Update

Microsoft has started rolling out its new Chromium-based Edge browser to Windows 10 PCs via Windows Update. With the change, the new Microsoft Edge updates will remove the legacy Edge browser that comes installed on new Windows 10 PCs. As noted in a post by ZDNet,

Microsoft Teams meeting and group chat limit jumps from 250 users to 300 this month

Microsoft is expanding the existing limit for both Teams meetings and group chats from 250 participants to 300 this month, and the change is rolling out through June.

Microsoft Teams will get Zoom’s killer feature and show 49 meeting participants on screen

If Microsoft recently updated Teams and Skype to make them display up to 9 thumbnails during video calls, Microsoft Teams will soon match Zoom’s ability to show up to 49 participants at a time.

Outlook for Windows is getting a cloud syncing option this month

Microsoft has started to roll out an update for the Outlook for Windows client that will let you store some settings into the cloud. Moreover, the company has pushed the release date for cloud support for email signatures from June 2020 to the end of July.

New Microsoft Edge Dev channel build (85.0.531.1) adds website preloading

Build 85.0.531.1 rolled out to Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel earlier today. This build mainly contains fixes and refinements but does add a new setting that allows the browser to predownload websites so that they load faster when visited. Here’s the release notes: Added features:

Microsoft Outlook app updates on iOS and Android with extra To Do support and changes

The Microsoft Outlook app updated on both iOS and Android devices this week. The iOS update, which brings the app to Version 4.40.0, adds extra Microsoft To Do functionality by displaying the top three tasks more prominently and adding a direct link to them in To Do.

New report shows how Microsoft’s stock Android apps will look like on Surface Duo

Thanks to a collection of screenshots from Windows Central, we can now see how apps like Outlook, Edge, OneNote, and Office can adapt to the phone's unique dual-screen layout.

Here’s some of the new productivity tools coming soon to Teams, Microsoft 365

Here's a look at some of the productivity tools coming soon to Teams and the rest of Microsoft 365

Sony delays June 4 PlayStation 5 game reveal in support of protests over George Floyd killing

If there was a lot of anticipation around Sony's next-gen gameplay showcase on Thursday, June 4, Sony ultimately decided to delay its event as the situation in the US has been escalating since the beginning of protests over George Floyd killing.

Microsoft’s now acknowledges its new Windows Packet Manager was inspired by third-party AppGet app

Microsoft has acknowledged that WinGet is largely inspired by AppGet, and the company has borrowed some critical functionality for Windows Package Manager from the open-source tool.

FuboTV is now available on Microsoft’s Xbox One video game consoles

The fubotv streaming service finally launched an official app for Microsoft’s Xbox One consoles this week. The app is completely free to download however users will need to have an active fubotv account to access its content.

Shantae and the Seven Sirens video game is now live on Xbox One consoles

The latest entry in the Shantae video game franchise, Shantae and the Seven Sirens, is now live and ready to play on Microsoft’s family of Xbox One consoles. Like the previous Shantae titles, Shantae and the Seven Sirens is also a 2D platformer and features a strong anime and fantasy influence.

Microsoft Whiteboard app now requires iOS 12 or later on iPhone and iPad after latest update

Microsoft Whiteboard updated on Apple’s iOS devices today with a bit of a small update but one that could affect some users. In addition to added features for email summaries and the usual bug fixes, this update changes the minimum operating system requirement to iOS 12.

Microsoft Remote Desktop iOS app updates with mouse and trackpad support

The official iOS Microsoft Remote Desktop app continues its tradition of major monthly updates with today’s update to Version 10.1.0 that brings mouse support, shortcut improvements, and support for the Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Spring 2020 Update. Here’s the full release notes:

Microsoft has laid off staff working on MSN.com to replace them with AI

Microsoft's push toward utilizing artificial intelligence to curate news follows a growing industry trend of leaning on AI to build upon efficiency and address product scale.

Samsung introduces Access premium care: new phone, extended warranties, Microsoft 365, more for arou

Samsung has announced a new phone-as-a-subscription service, Samsung Access, for US-based consumers, and it includes premium Galaxy phones combined with additional protection and benefits including Microsoft 365 Personal subscriptions.

Satya Nadella addresses employees on Black Lives Matter protests, says “Microsoft will continue to a

Microsoft SEO Satya Nadella made some remarks to employees on May 28, centered around the current unrest and situation in the United States.

Microsoft begins Bing and Azure Maps migration to TomTom

Microsoft has finally announced that the transition of Bing Maps data will finally begin today, as previously announced. The change affects all regions with the exception of Japan, China, and South Korea.

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