Facebook has begun trials of M, a virtual assistant service of sorts that lives on the Messenger app.
Apple has acknowledged a manufacturing defect with some of the iPhone 6 Plus models sold late last year, causing photos to look blurry.
What's makes a whiteboard smart, you may wonder? That would be two pens, a 4K screen, and the ability for anyone in or outside the room to collaborate.
Nuance's popular dictation app is now a cloud-connected service that works in tandem with updated versions for the Mac and PC.
Also called "Project Islandwood," the development environment is Microsoft's bid to accelerate Windows app development by bringing in popular apps from other platforms.
Sway pulls together images, sound, and words into content for collaboration and sharing. It's a new way of communicating that's easier to try than to explain.
With Send, Microsoft launches instant messaging that works within an Outlook environment.
Microsoft Research believes that the key to extending wearable battery life is eliminating writing data to and from flash memory, using a system called WearDrive.
After about half a decade of waiting for an up-to-date version of Office for the Mac, Microsoft has delivered -- even before it ships Office 2016 for Windows PCs.
Microsoft's lightweight content creation tool will be an integral part of Windows 10 when it launches this summer.
When Siri arrives as part of iOS 9 this fall, it'll be with new features that should make Google Now and Cortana take notice. Here are the standouts, from Spotlight to deeper app integration and more.
Apple says that its Siri digital assistant will now better understand what you want, supplying the information you need when and where you need it.
Delve has leaped beyond curating documents to curating everything about you and your job. There's even a blog and mobile apps.
Google's ARC Welder is a developer app for porting Android apps to Chrome and Chrome OS. But there's nothing stopping you from using it to run your favorite Android apps on your Chromebook.
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