Microsoft’s Remote Desktop app received its first update for the year for Apple’s iOS devices today. This update, a pretty big one, makes some UI improvements, adds a new zoom slider, and fixes a couple of bugs that were frustrating some users.
Hello, everyone, and welcome to the 22rd episode of OnPodcast: The OnMSFT.com Podcast. This is our weekly podcast series featuring our contributing writers, Kareem Anderson and Arif Bacchus. This week, there was a lot that happened on the OnPodcast.
Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system. Microsoft may market upcoming Windows 10X as “The New Windows” New leaks suggest that Windows 10X,
Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee,
This is a four part piece article is a feature story on my Windows Development journey; the good, bad and ugly. This is Part 2 of my bad Windows development journey with the launch of failed two video games from Transparent Machines teaser hype to the bad launch of Hinder video game.
Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft is still using Android, just like the majority of smartphone users. In a recent interview with CNBC and NYT journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin, the tech industry legend explained why Android remains his mobile operating system of choice.
Microsoft is currently experimenting with a new feature for its Edge browser, which will allow users to delete multiple saved passwords at once. This capability is available in the Edge Canary build 90.0.807.0, as spotted by Reddit user Leopeva64-2.
Microsoft Teams is slated to get a host of new capabilities to improve the new built-in Polls feature in meetings, according to an update to the Microsoft 365 roadmap. These updates have been designed to enhance the Teams meeting experience and make virtual meetings more productive and engaging.
The Fakes Forge Twitter account recently tweeted a genuinely cool manipulated image (see above) showing an espresso machine that’s designed to look like Microsoft’s recently released Xbox Series X console.
While Microsoft does own and operate a search engine and advertising platform, the company’s public involvement in the conversation regarding a proliferation of disinformation has been seemingly minimal. However,
Microsoft is finally working on a new update for its Teams collaboration platform that will hopefully help team members stay more engaged while in group or 1:1 chat. In a recent post in the User Feedback Forum,
Samsung has never been a leader when it comes to smartphone cameras but with the Galaxy S5, it's taken a step forward. It has nothing to do with megapixels—instead it's all about that weird-sounding feature called "phase-detect" autofocus, which allows the camera to focus in just .3 seconds.
Tons of people are already following radio stations and individual shows on TuneIn. That's why the service is now relaunching with a more social model.
An anonymous reader writes: Microsoft made news some weeks ago for refusing to hand over customer emails stored on its Dublin, Ireland servers to the U.S. government. The district judge presiding over the case agreed with the government and ordered Microsoft to comply with its demands. On Monday,
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Whoa. This aerial view, courtesy of a drone, captures something not often seen: a pod of false killer whales (which are a species of dolphins, of course) chasing and hunting down a shark in the waters near Sydney, Australia.