This is our last recap with Microsoft news for 2014 and it includes quite a long list of reading recommendations. We start with Microsoft selling the MixRadio service they bought together with Nokia, great news about upcoming OneDrive and Xbox One features, the launch of the Skype Translator Preview and more. Read this episode to learn what happened this week in Microsoft's consumer ecosystem:
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This week we have received news of Windows 8.1 supporting natively the MKV file format for movies, Microsoft starting its Bing integration with Office in new and useful ways, as well as Xbox One finally outselling PS4. To learn more details about these events as well as other interesting news, check this week's roundup:
This week we have learned new details about the Windows 10 release schedule, directly from Microsoft. Also, new features were demonstrated, including an early Cortana build for Windows 10. Windows Phone made some headlines as well, with new apps being made available and new companies opting to use this platform for their employees. Read this week's recap to learn more about what happened in Microsoft's ecosystem:
This week was slower in terms of news, Thanksgiving and all. However, we did learn some interesting bits of information, like the fact that in January, Microsoft will announce their consumer features for Windows 10 and that Xbox One is literally indestructible. We also have some interesting tutorials and how-to article to recommend so don't hesitate to read our recap.
This week was quieter than the previous one but even so, some interesting things did happen. For example, Microsoft has announced that they will change the kernel version starting with Windows 10, which is a very bold step. They also announced a new firmware update for Surface Pro 3 and the release schedule for the Lumia Denim firmware update that's coming to Nokia Lumia smartphones. Bing has also received a few welcome changes while Xbox One has enjoyed some very good sales in the UK. Read this week's recap to learn more about what happened in Microsoft's ecosystem.
This was another busy week for Microsoft: they have released their first Microsoft Lumia smartphone, a new test build for Windows 10, they have rebranded Lync into Skype for Business and more. Learn more details about these events as well as others, from this week's recap:
This was another busy week for Microsoft. They have announced a partnership with Dropbox, the Skype Translator Early Preview and the fact that they will soon release their first Microsoft Lumia smartphone. To learn more about these events, as well as other interesting things, read this week's roundup:
This week was very busy for Microsoft: they have released a new device - the Microsoft Band, announced unlimited OneDrive storage for their Office 365 subscribers, launched new app versions and more. To learn more details about this news and discover other interesting stories, check this week's roundup.
This week Microsoft has shared their financial results for their latest quarter and they were nothing short of impressive. Also, they have announced that they are replacing the Nokia branding for smartphones with Microsoft Lumia and have revealed details about their new design. Also, a new build for Windows 10 Preview has been made available which brings some new features as well as new bugs. To learn about this news and more, read this week's recap. We have plenty of good reading recommendations for you.
This week Microsoft has revealed that it already has 1 million people testing the Windows 10 Technical Preview and the top 10 most requested features so far. Also, they have released a new version of Skype for iPhone and a new app that's based on the Skype backbone - Skype Qik. Learn about this news and more from this week's recap of the most important news in Microsoft's consumer ecosystem.
This week as quieter than the previous one. Now that the Windows 10 Technical Preview is available for anyone who wants to give it a try, most people commented about what's new and what will be different in the Windows ecosystem, after Windows 10 is launched. In addition to this interesting commentary there were some news about updates for Skype, OneDrive and future accessory support for Surface Pro 3. Learn more from this week's recap:
The most important events in this week circled around Microsoft’s big announcement of Windows 10. Microsoft released a Technical Preview of this next version of Windows. It’s not done yet, but it will provide a good idea on where Windows is heading as a platform. Microsoft is now one step away from fulfilling their grand plan: creating one platform for PCs, tablets, phones, Xbox consoles and other devices.