Haiku Deck Zuru scans your PowerPoint and tries to help you find a sharp, attractive relevant layout, and do it fast.
'This is like getting free hardware,' said a Microsoft graphics program manager.
Intel announces its Iris Pro integrated graphics for desktop PCs and a new NUC that will be powered by the lower-performance version of the new chip.
Just, you know, the 'most advanced GPU ever,' according to Nvidia chief Jen-Hsun Huang, who casually dropped by an Epic Games presentation to launch the new GeForce Titan X GPU.
Nvidia launches the Shield console, which can play movies and music from Google Play, or else download and even stream games from the Nvidia GRID service.
The type of files and sources that Microsoft is adding to Sway is steadily growing more diverse, with OneNote, Office Mix -- even other Sways.
This ARM subsidiary develops tools that developers use to make their games look more realistic.
Forbes magazine ranks Gates the world's richest man again for 2015, although the list now includes executives from Uber and Snapchat.
It sounds like you'll be able to play with the new Microsoft Spartan browser sooner rather than later.
At Mobile World Congress, Intel unwraps details on its Atom chips—the X3, X5, and X7—which will appear in mobile devices later this year.
Microsoft's midrange phone strategy continues. The Lumia 640XL resembles the Lumia 1520, but it dials back the specs a bit and adds a free Office 365 sub to lower the price.
Bank of America is pulling its Windows Phone and Windows 8 app this weekend, following Google's decision to axe its Softcard payments app for the platform.
Microsoft's 'productivity future vision' presents an idyllic, amazing concept of the future where interactive displays meet Microsoft's next-gen Microsoft Band, the Courier folding display, and more.
Microsoft's rumored People Sense is released as Squad Watch, which allows you to share your location with your friends. But we couldn't get it to work.
Google's Android for Work will protect sensitive corporate info in a private, encrypted data locker, making it safer to use personal mobile devices for your job.
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