On Wednesday, Microsoft has released the latest updated version of its YouTube app for Windows Phone after some heated discussions with Google on whether or not it should include ads and video downloads.
Facebook are all set to release their first official app for the Windows Phone app store.
With Microsoft’s latest flagship console and successor to the massively popular Xbox 360 unveil edging ever closer let’s have a look at what the potential name of the “new” Xbox could be.
Windows Phone is recovering from a sluggish start as Microsoft have announced that the number of app downloads has doubled.
Microsoft have taken the final step with their migration to Outlook.com by announcing that the 300 million active Hotmail accounts will be “upgraded” to the new email platform.
Microsoft has begun rolling out their latest upgrade to Outlook. In the coming days a preview version of Outlook.com that incorporates Skype will be available for those in the United Kingdom with a release in the United States and Germany to follow soon after.
Anticipation for Microsoft’s follow up to their flagship home consoles heating up and there is a date for all those interested to mark into their calendar! May 21st.
Microsoft announced plans to release a preview version of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7. It will be available for download in mid-November
Microsoft announced Xbox Music is now available, coinciding with the latest Xbox Live dashboard update. The music and streaming service is not an iTunes or Spotify rivals: its both, and more.
News of Microsoft releasing Office 2013 for iPad widely next year had been rebutted by Microsoft, following claims from a Microsoft employee the software is arriving.
Peter Bobek, Microsoft’s product manager, confirmed Office 2013 will arrive in native app form for iOS and Android.