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Microsoft brings Gmail, Google Drive, and Calendar to Outlook.com

Microsoft plans to integrate Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Calendar into its Outlook.com webmail client. The software vendor has recently begun testing this integration on some accounts, and Twitter user Florian B was able to access it today. After a quick setup process, simply link a Google Account to an Outlook.com account. Outlook.com automatically displays Gmail, Drive documents, and Google …

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Microsoft sends a new child of AI processor into the cloud

Microsoft rose to dominance during the '80s and' 90s thanks to the success of its Windows operating system running on Intel's processors, a cozy relationship nicknamed "Wintel". Now Microsoft hopes that another hardware software combo wants help it recapture that success-and catch rivals Amazon and Google in the race to provide cutting-edge artificial intelligence through the cloud. Microsoft hopes to …

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Microsoft announces the Cortana app for iOS and Android in January

Microsoft has announced that the Cortana app for iOS and Android will be discontinued in January. The software vendor has released a new support article for Cortana users in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia stating that Cortana is no longer available for iOS and Android in at least these markets. "To make your personal digital assistant as useful as …

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Microsoft confirms that Cortana is available in certain markets for Android and iOS

Microsoft today announced that the Cortana app for iOS and Android, including Cortana in the Microsoft Launcher, will expire in certain markets early next year. I reported last week that Microsoft intended to remove Cortana from the Microsoft Launcher in certain markets, and now Microsoft has confirmed these plans in a support document. The Cortana app for Android and iOS …

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Microsoft announces its xCloud streaming service, and by 2020 many new games will hit the market – TechCrunch

Microsoft has announced a vague intention to launch its xCloud game streaming service sometime in 2020, and a duplicate handful of new titles arriving on it and on the existing Game Pass subscription, deleted. It seems that next year will indeed be the opening fight in the coming streaming wars. The announcements came at XO19, the company's Xbox-focused event, which …

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Microsoft adds Xbox Game Pass 10 Final Fantasy games

With the blessing of Square Enix, Microsoft will expand the service by 10 Final Fantasy Games – technically at nine when they Final Fantasy X: HD Remastered and Final consider Fantasy X-2: HD Remastered a single entry. The Complete List Contains Final Fantasy VII Final Fantasy VIII: Remastered Final Fantasy IX Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Final Fantasy XIII …

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Microsoft begins introducing Windows Update on November 10th

First, you must proactively search for the update (Settings> Update and Security> Windows Update). After installation, you will find that most changes are made under the hood to achieve stability and performance improvements. There are also some feature improvements for developers and company administrators. However, you will see some significant changes. The notification experience has been enhanced with the Manage …

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Microsoft Surface Pro X-Test: Expensive, Unreliable, Not Wearable

According to Microsoft, the Surface Pro X – the latest version of its proven 2-in-1 tablet computer – is the thinnest, fastest, lightest, longest lasting and fastest rechargeable Surface ever. Most of these superlatives are made possible by the incorporation of a brand new CPU called SQ1, developed not with Intel or AMD but with Qualcomm. The snag is that, …

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Microsoft Edge comes to Linux. But will someone use it?

Last week Microsoft Ignite announced on a slide that Microsoft's project to upgrade its years-unpopular edge browser to Google's open-source Chromium project is in full swing. Release candidates for the new Chromium-based edge build are available for consumer and server versions of Windows (including Windows 7 and Server 2008, which have already discontinued mainstream support) as well as for MacOS, …

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