Posts Tagged With ‘Microsoft’

  1. Instagram for kids; Powerpoint gives presentation pointers; YouTube launches Shorts audio

    This week: Instagram is exploring a kids version of the app; Microsoft Powerpoint can now coach you to be a better presenter; YouTube’s trying to make a TikTok clone.

  2. Facebook has invented.. Facebook; Xbox’s pricing announced audio

    This week: Facebook creates a specialty Campus app; The new Xbox has a price; Artificial Intelligence used to mark tests is not smarter than a 12 year old!

  3. Slack sues Microsoft, a more durable cellphone, Twitter looks at subscriptions audio

    This week: Slack claims Microsoft is being anti-competitive, Your smartphone will soon last you longer, Twitter is looking at subscriptions

  4. The pandemic is forcing video conferencing innovation audio

    This week: Making virtual meetings feel more realistic, MmHmm wants to make Zooming more like TV, Dating during the pandemic has turned to video too

  5. Cleaning your iPhone, Coronavirus stock bump audio

    This week: it’s safe to clean your iPhone, Tech stocks are in the spotlight amid the selloff.

  6. Voting on your phone, Google’s detox Envelope, Bing forced on Chrome audio

    In Seattle, you’ll be able to do democracy on your phone, Google has developed a way to have a digital detox, Microsoft has found a way to get Chrome users to use Bing.

  7. The re-launched Microsoft Edge, An answer on editing tweets, IG’s direct messages for web, The iPhone is staying locked audio

    Microsoft’s new Internet browser is rolling out, We’ve got an answer to when we’re getting the edit button for Twitter, Instagram’s direct messages are coming to web, Apple has once again been asked to unlock the iPhone of a suspected criminal.

  8. Apple sides with China over Hong Kong Map app, Emoji’s are coming to the keyboard audio

    This week: In the battle for Hong Kong Apple has sided with China and Microsoft’s new keyboard has two new buttons

  9. Microsoft’s Surface Duo phone, Drone deliveries one step further audio

    This week: It’s Microsoft’s turn to show off their new devices and Drone delivery just took another step forward