Microsoft is set on staying relevant. The rumor mill is at it again, this time with news of Microsoft possibly entering the smartwatch market soon.
Microsoft Devices, formerly Nokia’s smartphone division, sent four “Lumianauts” in search of “the Galaxy” inside Heathrow’s Terminal 5. What did they find inside? Well, not much.
Last year, mega patent-troll Intellectual Ventures opened up shop in Washington, D.C., to push their yearly million dollar lobbying effort. Since its founding in 2000, IV is believed to have raised about $6 billion in cash.
Does Nokia’s legendary build quality, optics, and overall robustness translate to its Android phones? Or is the X line too little too late? We answer these questions in our Nokia X review.
This summer Microsoft will be bringing its beloved Age of Empires series over to the mobile world with AoE: World Domination.
Microsoft OneNote has introduced a new update to Google Play today, bringing the ability to create OneDrive notebooks and sections.
This week we talk about some Google apps updates, a new Humble Bundle for Android, Spritz, and five more Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week!
Following the release of its Office suite for Android, Microsoft has announced that it will be bringing its Outlook Web App to Android in the near future too.
In this review we’ll check Microsoft Office for Android. After an announcement last week, Office is free to use for Android owners so let’s check it out!
This week in your world of Android: the HTC One (M8) finally launched, rumors of business features coming to Android surfaced, Google Now hit Chrome, Office for Android went free, Facebook bought VR startup Oculus, and news broke that Google mandates OEMs to use “Powered by Android” on boot screens.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.