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LinkedIn profile to be integrated into Microsoft apps
Sep25

LinkedIn profile to be integrated into Microsoft apps

It’s all about Microsoft this Monday—and fresh from announcing that it’s replacing Skype for Business with Teams, the Redmond Washington-based tech giant integrating LinkedIn profile into Microsoft apps. That means you can now easily grow your LinkedIn network with everyone you collaborate with. To make this absolutely easy, the company is adding Profile Cards to its Office 365 apps. Viewing your contact’s info won’t be the only thing...

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Microsoft is replacing Skype for Business with Teams
Sep25

Microsoft is replacing Skype for Business with Teams

Microsoft has been very busy today—the Redmond Washington-based tech giant has announced that it will be replacing Skype for Business with Teams. Teams is barely a year old, and Microsoft is already finalizing plans to give it a big push to. The app was first announced back in November 2016, with only a handful of users able to access it at the time. It was and still is the biggest threat to Slack despite being less than a year in...

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Ex-Box? Microsoft Leaves Original Xbox One Behind
Aug26

Ex-Box? Microsoft Leaves Original Xbox One Behind

Microsoft stops selling its original Xbox One in the US. The company ceased manufacturing it a few months ago. However, today is the day that it became unavailable officially. Until now, you could still see the original Xbox One and order from the online store of Microsoft. Today, you’ll see the “out of stock” notice in the UK store while the US store deleted the Xbox One page entirely. On its online store, Microsoft only sells Xbox...

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Consumer Reports Revokes Recommendations For Microsoft Surface
Aug12

Consumer Reports Revokes Recommendations For Microsoft Surface

Consumer Reports announced on Thursday that it’s no longer recommending Microsoft Surface tablets and laptops. According to the site, it conducted a survey that showed people considered it to be unreliable. It stated that the hardware is less reliable compared with most brands. Consumer Reports found that 25 percent of users encountered problems after owning Surface for two years. The issues would include unexpected shutdowns,...

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MS Paint Is Here To Stay – Where To Get It?
Jul25

MS Paint Is Here To Stay – Where To Get It?

After Microsoft announced that it would kill off MS Paint, the fans of the said feature could not hide their frustrations. The outpouring of love for this Windows program couldn’t be ignored. Thus, Microsoft decided to save it. Although it won’t be a part of Windows OS, users can access it on Windows Store. In a blog post: “Today, we’ve seen an incredible outpouring of support and nostalgia around MS Paint. If there’s anything...

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Microsoft Is Killing Off Microsoft Paint
Jul25

Microsoft Is Killing Off Microsoft Paint

Microsoft Paint is a standard program of a Windows operating system since its inception. After 32 years, Microsoft decided to discontinue it. Introduced in 1985, the program was a part of Windows 1.0. It enabled users to sketch their doodles using their cursor. Since its introduction, the concept didn’t evolve much. Despite that, it maintains a loyal fan base. In fact, it attracted 100 million users per month. With the recent...

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