March 25, 17
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Samsung Apologizes For steering users far from windows 10

Well, that changed into short! Samsung has issued a public apology for remarks made via its support team of workers that requested users no longer to upgrade to home windows 10 due to incompatible drivers. This tale broke out the day gone by, and reason a chunk of a stir. It so went that some of Samsung clients experienced bugs ... Read More »

Microsoft’s selfie-obsessed Lumia 735 debuts on Verizon for under $200

People have moved on from snapping pictures of weddings and graduations. Now, they put themselves in the picture. And Microsoft’s Lumia 735, available today on Verizon for under $200, was designed for exactly that. Microsoft has designed the Lumia 735 explicitly with selfies in mind: there’s a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and even the 6.7MP rear camera can be aligned on ... Read More »

Hands-on: Windows 10 Mobile build 10136 shows polished Cortana, new Photo app

Microsoft claims the latest version of its Cortana digital assistant within build 10136 of Windows 10 Mobile is nearly complete, and it shows. It launches quickly, provides a comprehensive view of your day, and sparkles, fresh and clean. Unfortunately, I wasn’t quite as impressed with the rest of it. Microsoft released the latest build of Windows 10 Mobile on Wednesday, ... Read More »

The Xbox-Oculus partnership won’t harm HoloLens

Oculus VR revealed the final version of its Rift virtual reality headset on Thursday, but the partnership between the Facebook-owned company and Microsoft may have raised some eyebrows. Under terms of the deal, an Xbox One controller will come with the Rift, people will be able to stream Xbox games to the headset and the device will be compatible with ... Read More »

Microsoft provides privacy dashboard ahead of Windows 10 launch

Microsoft gave its privacy policy and service agreement a facelift Thursday, and offered users a new central clearinghouse to manage privacy settings for all the data the company keeps about them. The newly-minted privacy dashboard (included in the Security and Privacy section of Microsoft’s account administration page) gives users links to control data stored for personalizing their experience on Bing, ... Read More »