Windows 10's user share growth slowed significantly in September, but by the month's end approximately 110 million customers were running the new OS, data released today signaled.
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Google Photos gets Chromecast support and custom name labels for Android users.
Grand opening celebrations for Microsoft’s Pitt Street store in Sydney will take place at mid-day on 12 November.
At the BoxWorks conference, the Apple CEO explained why the former foes could gain more by collaborating than by competing.
Microsoft's series of guides to the core Office 2016 apps are surprisingly brief on some key topics, which is surprising given how much the company needs new users to take up this software.
Netflix has landed on Samsung's Gear VR headset, and it's both wonderful and slightly disappointing.
Microsoft's venerable Office productivity suite has been a key component of most major companies' workflows for years, if not decades. On Tuesday, the company released the next major update for the suite.
Live streaming to YouTube Gaming could be in the works for Google Play Games, while Photos may get more collaboration tools.
Sharing your streaming video password with the world isn’t good for much more than a laugh.
The Windows Store needs more users, so the company’s built app discovery into the very fabric of Windows 10. It seems to be working.
Microsoft may auto-download Windows 10 files whether you ask for them or not.
In a surprise move, Microsoft appeared on Apple's stage to show off Office for iPad during the company's keynote Wednesday morning.
It's going to be a busy September for iOS and Mac users.
Microsoft has begun promoting its new Edge browser using its Bing search engine.
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