Microsoft working on long-lasting battery technology

Microsoft working on long-lasting battery technology

The problem most smartphone users face today has “something to do” with battery life. While our screens are getting bigger and better, the battery technology stays the same. Major handset makers are trying to address this issue with software tricks by monitoring which apps require more energy when not in use, and pause or slow…

Windows Phone gets the official file manager app

Windows Phone gets the official file manager app

Microsoft has finally launched the file manager app for Windows Phone. Available as a free download, Files allows users to access and manage files stored both on the phone and microSD card. You can also search for files, create new ones, as well as move, copy, rename or delete them. If we’re talking about an…

Microsoft smartwatch to work with any smartphone

Microsoft smartwatch to work with any smartphone

Microsoft doesn’t want to be left out of the smartwatch market and is apparently working on its own such product as we speak. According to a Forbes report (and brought to our attention by NeoWin), the Redmond giant will make a watch that won’t work with Windows Phones only, and will support all major platforms.…

All You Need to Know About Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3

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Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 3 today, upping the screen real estate from its Surface line of tablets from 10.1-inches up to 12-inches. No Surface mini was found, as many had believed. Instead of a smaller sized Surface Pro, Microsoft went all out on a device with a bigger screen and a ton of horsepower.…

Breaking: Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 3 Tablet

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Microsoft has just taken the wraps off of the Surface Pro 3, a 12-inch screened tablet that is being touted as a “tablet that can actually replace your PC.” The Surface Pro 3 is powered by a Core i7 processor. The Surface Pro 3 is certainly a burled out device, and kicks those rumors of…

Microsoft Office for iPad passes 27 million downloads

Microsoft Office for iPad passes 27 million downloads

No surprises here – iPad users are downloading Microsoft Office like it’s nobody’s business. During the recent TechEd conference, Microsoft’s General Manager of Office Division, Julia White announced that Office for iPad has surpassed 27 million downloads in mere 46 days since its launch. The new milestone follows an earlier report that Office for iPad…

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