Support could arrive in July or early August as Microsoft tries to reach parity with iOS and Android.
An earlier patch for critical bugs may have included a negative side effect.
Google took tangible steps towards a password-free future at its I/O keynote, obliterating the need for secret codes in Android, Chromebooks, and Chromecast.
Come for the awesome new Android features, stay because...well, it's just getting way too hard to switch.
Verizon cuts off data earlier than expected; countdown to class action lawsuits begins now.
The spotlight is likely to be on Android and wearables at Google's annual developer bash, but Chrome and productivity features could use a boost, too.
Microsoft's new tablet proved nearly impossible to pry open, and the super-thin glass cracked when it did. Replacing screws with adhesives make the device lighter, but harder to repair or upgrade.
Microsoft's non-existent small tablet makes several appearances and mentions stylus support.
The chipmaker claims that it can stay ahead of the Moore's Law efficiency curve by 70 percent over the next six years.
A trademark application by Samsung adds some fuel to the fire.
Blackberry 10 users will have easy access to more than 200,000 apps this fall.
These features are too good to leave in Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8 alone. Mr. Nadella, tear down this wall!
The smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector now costs $99.
Freely available documents describe 310 patents that Microsoft thinks it can use against Android vendors.