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Microsoft launches free version of Teams
Jul12

Microsoft launches free version of Teams

Microsoft has launched a free version of its Teams app. Just to refresh our memory, Teams was launched as a replacement for Skype for Business almost two years ago. The plan is to give Slack a run for the money, and the game may just have changed with a free version which is hitting the market from today. A lack of a free version of an app that is available for 200,000 businesses does not give it any edge over its main...

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Microsoft reportedly working on movies and TV app for Android and iOS
Jul06

Microsoft reportedly working on movies and TV app for Android and iOS

Seems like Microsoft’s decision to relax focus on Windows 10 mobile is finally yielding some positive vibes. Apps like Edge and the Microsoft Launcher have been doing pretty well lately, gaining massively in user base, with millions of users putting their money on the two apps in particular. Both apps have been doing greatly in terms of download on the Play Store and Apple Store. The sync is amazing—you can switch from a Windows phone...

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Microsoft launches news app to compete with Google News
Jun21

Microsoft launches news app to compete with Google News

Microsoft is set to rival Google News with the launch of a new app called Microsoft News. The new app is available on both iOS and Android operating systems and can now be downloaded from app stores. Though, there are tons of new apps out there, the fact remains that people want news from sources they can trust. Reliability is the key word for users, and once they can find a new source they can trust, then the rest becomes history....

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Microsoft adds location tracking feature to its Android Launcher
Jun04

Microsoft adds location tracking feature to its Android Launcher

Microsoft Launcher is not doing too badly on the Play Store—as a matter of fact, the launcher is one of the most downloaded in its category. For curiosity sake, I recently installed the launcher on my Android phone, and I am impressed with what I have seen so far. It is pretty cool and allows me to do a lot of things, including getting useful helping hand with Cortana every time I need an extra push. To add to what is already...

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Microsoft finally kills the gun emoji as it replaces it with water pistol
Apr28

Microsoft finally kills the gun emoji as it replaces it with water pistol

The list of companies to ditch the gun emoji seems to be swelling by the day. Just this week Google announced that it will no longer use the gun emoji; preferring the water pistol to it. Hot on the heels of that decision is Microsoft—the software giant is finally confining the pistol to the history bin. A preview of Microsoft’s new emoji was show on Twitter on Friday with the company claiming its decision was based on feedback it got...

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Microsoft’s Content Creator mode gets call recording feature on Skype for desktop
Apr09

Microsoft’s Content Creator mode gets call recording feature on Skype for desktop

Microsoft is adding a lot of innovative features to Skype these days. This has become inevitable considering the stiff competition the video calling app is getting lately from close rivals. The latest information we have is that Skype will now allow podcasters to record calls with a new feature called call recording. The new feature, which is being added to Content Creator, will allow Windows 10 and Mac users to record calls once they...

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