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Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard for iOS might make Windows phone users jealous with a more natural layout for thumb typing.
Did you think this was a singleplayer-only game? We thought this was a singleplayer-only game. It's not a singleplayer-only game.
Google is continuing its push to make its Apps collaboration suite useful for enterprises with a new feature that lets administrators set how their users are able to share files.
Users of Microsoft's new Sway presentation app can now rest easier knowing their work won't get accidentally deleted, thanks to a set of new features the company released Friday.
Plus: The guy who made Braid peed in a jug to make his new game. Maybe? This is your gaming news for the week of January 18-22
Online gaming can be a nasty business, with some sore losers targeting others to take out their frustrations. Skype recently took action to make that harder.
Humanity has big hopes for artificial intelligence, but in reality machines have a long way to go to catch up with the human brain. Enter Harvard University, which has just won a $28 million grant to change all that.
Some teachers are already using Minecraft as a teaching tool. Now, Microsoft is building a version of Minecraft specifically for education.
Google has made it easier for users of its Drive cloud storage product to move files around into exactly the right folder and store them to find later.
You can stop holding your breath—Capcom finally got around to porting Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen to the PC. We go hands-on to test performance.
Skype Translator is now live for everyone using Skype on Windows.
Microsoft announced Wednesday that it has acquired the technology assets from Event Zero to improve the management capabilities of its Skype for Business VoIP product.
There are some big changes in the patent landscape hiding behind a small drop in the number of utility patents granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office last year.
Microsoft is giving developers and students a free crack at its new server software for the R programming language.
Small businesses that use Kronos workforce-management software will soon be able to tap familiar Google tools in their HR efforts thanks to a new integration project.