On Monday, Microsoft reiterated its push toward enabling productivity for personal and business life alike. But the real news is a new crop of apps that mash up different elements of Microsoft's existing products.
Microsoft's Lumia 535 drops the Nokia name. Aside from the front-facing camera (and the label), however, it's not really that noteworthy.
Microsoft correctly labels the Nokia Lumia 830 as an "affordable flagship," with an appealing mix of performance, features, and price. And the phone will improve somewhat once Microsoft pushes the Lumia Camera app to the phone.
If you recently forked over $70 or more to edit Office documents on an iPad, you can now switch to the free version and get a partial refund.
The first smartphone emblazoned with the Microsoft Lumia name will be unveiled next Tuesday, but don't expect a flagship phone.
Even in preview form, Sway is intriguing. Rough around the edges, it still shows off Microsoft's new emphasis on simplicity in creating shareable, rich documents.
Using standard off-the-shelf tools, Microsoft is working on a new system that could help the blind to better navigate urban surroundings.
Larger Android devices are no longer left out of Microsoft's Office party, but Nexus devices need not apply.
Microsoft now has two ways for you to project content wirelessly from your Windows (or Android) phone and tablet: the Screen Sharing for Lumia Phones HD-10, and the Wireless Display Adapter. But Chromecast got here first.
Windows 10 resolves some issues of Windows 8, but it's premature to predict how the OS will do, Dell executives said.