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The New Update Of Google Drive, Amazon Video And Microsoft OneDrive For iOS 3D Touch

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The latest update of the Google Drive App, Amazon Video App and Microsoft’s OneDrive App for iOS utilise the 3D Touch feature of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. These updates that rolled out on Tuesday, add quite some new features to the Apps. In the new version of the Drive App, version 4.4, if you now want to quickly upload photos or search the contents of your Drive all you need to do is press the Drive App icon using more pressure. Read More

Microsoft’s New App To Match Your Android Apps With Windows Apps

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For a while now, Microsoft has been trying to convince Android users to switch to a Windows 10 and has been introducing various cross-platform Apps to do the same. As a part of their cross-platform strategy, Microsoft today released a new Android App called, “AppComparison” that allows users to check which Android apps on their Android smartphone are available on the Windows Phone Store. Read More

Microsoft Launches Arrow Launcher for Android

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As a part of its new strategy of welcoming cross-platform development, Microsoft has launched Arrow, an Android launcher application on the Google Play Store today. An unfinished version of the launcher was made available to developers earlier this year but, now the finished version has been unveiled and is available to all users. Read More

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Microsoft Bing Replaces Google In AOL Partnership

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According to the announcement made by Microsoft, the company will be handing over a part of its display advertising business to AOL. AOL, which is owned by Verizon, will have Bing as its default search engine and not Google. The switch is scheduled to take place in January 2016. Just last year, Google lost a partnership with Mozilla to Yahoo, causing its largest drop since 2009 in search market share. So, this is pretty big news for Google. Read More

Microsoft Releases ‘Analog Keyboard’ For Android Wear

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Microsoft has just released a keyboard for Android Wear devices, but instead of the usual design this ‘Analog Keyboard’, as they’re calling it, will let you draw characters on your screen which will then be converted into text. For now, this keyboard only supports square displays with a 320×320 resolution, as well as the Moto 360’s round display. Read More