Microsoft revealed that they have inadvertently left 250+ million customer service and support requests exposed on several servers without password protection from Dec. 5 to Dec. 31, 2019.
SwiftKey, the first keyboard app on Android which introduced swipe-to-type on smartphones, has crossed 500 million downloads on the Play Store.
Microsoft To-Do app is now available as a native Mac app. Users who are running macOS 10.13 or higher can download the app via Apple’s Mac App Store.
Skype has officially announced that it is rolling out Screen Sharing feature along with an improved and redesigned mobile calling experience for Android and iOS devices.
The upcoming May 2019 Windows 10 update will take us closer to a password-free future as Microsoft’ Windows Hello received FIDO2 certification — an industry standard that deems Windows Hello biometrics and PINs as secure authenticators.
Microsoft has officially announced that they are ending customer support for Windows 10 Mobile devices on December 10, 2019.
Microsoft has announced it will replace Surface Pro 4 devices that are experiencing screen flicker with a refurbished device for free.
An Apple spokesperson confirmed that iTunes will not arrive at the Windows Store before the end of the year, citing a need for the time to “get it right”.
Microsoft has just rebranded its built-in payment framework in Windows 10 from “Microsoft Wallet” as it was originally known on Windows Phone to “Microsoft Pay”.
Microsoft has announced that it is going to stop offering free Windows 10 upgrade for customers using the “assistive technologies” exception.
In Microsoft Ignite event in Orlando, the company announced Microsoft Office 2019 is scheduled for release in the late second half of next year (2018).
Today, we will be discussing 10 reasons why Windows 10 is much better than previous versions and why you should upgrade to it.