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Report: Microsoft’s New Surface Devices to Ship in Black Finish

Microsoft is hosting an event next month where the company is expected to unveil upgraded versions of its Surface Pro and Laptop devices. While we haven’t heard too much in terms of what upgrades will be present besides the usual spec bumps, new reports out


Microsoft’s Next Event is on October 2nd

Microsoft has announced its next event which is scheduled for October 2nd. The company sent out invites to different members of the media with the tagline “A moment of your time.” It’s not exactly clear what the company has in store, but we’ll find out

Skype Adds Native Call Recording in Latest Update

Following the unveiling of a new design for the service, Microsoft has announced another update for Skype that adds native call recording to its apps. The feature will likely put a lot of apps that capitalized on this functionality out of business since now, there

Microsoft Removes ‘Highlights’ Feature with New Skype Redesign

Microsoft has announced yet another redesign of Skype for mobile that removes certain features from the app in favor of more simplicity. According to the company, “maintaining simplicity while enhancing functionality is critical to usability,” hence today’s refresh of the app’s design. According to Microsoft,

Microsoft Launches Free Version of its Slack Competitor

Microsoft Teams, the company’s competitor to other team communication tools on the market, has officially received a free version that’s built to compete with the free edition of Slack. The new version is available starting today worldwide in 40 languages. Up until now, Teams has

Microsoft Won’t Include Sets with the Next Windows 10 Update

Remember Sets? It’s Microsoft’s solution to a crowded desktop environment. Essentially, it lets you compile all the windows you have open while you’re getting work done into a single window with apps living in their own tabs. It’s an overall cleaner approach to having multiple