Redmond has just pushed an update to its Windows remote desktop app on mobile platforms. While there is nothing groundbreaking in this maintenance release, in a way it is reassuring to see Microsoft's commitment in maintaining its app on other platforms.
a series of advertisements that take dead aim at what Microsoft considers Google’s data mining. In an attempt to scare us into their Windows sleeper hold, Microsoft is now presenting shirts. And hats. Even a mug!
Microsoft is doing its fair share of teasers and appetizers for the Friday launch of its next-gen console. This time, the pre-release fever is coming in the form of its SmartGlass app that is now being made available on all supported mobile platforms, which happily includes Android.
claiming a whopping 81.3% of the mobile smartphone market. That’s a rise from the 75% market share Android enjoyed this time last year, and a seemingly insurmountable lead for the competition.
Google does, and it could get ugly.
Microsoft also has a surprise for Android users. It has just launched its promised Remote Desktop app for Android and iOS earlier than the expected end of the month release.
Outlook.com app has recently landed in the Play Store. This update brings a selection of new features and functionality that touches on search, your email archive, vacation auto-responders and aliases. Not to mention, this update also brings a bit of color. While not full-on themes, once updated you will be able to choose from a variety of colors to personalize the look a bit.