Opera already serves up access to different messengers in its sidebar, and now you can add Twitter to that list. The browser's latest update to version 69 adds built-in Twitter for quick access to your timeline, DMs, and more.
At WWDC 2020 today, Apple announced it is switching to its own CPUs to power Macs. Following up on the announcement, Apple confirmed that Microsoft Office is already up and running on the new chips, showing off some footage of them in action.
This deal for the Spanish Rosetta Stone program gives you lifetime access to learning Spanish and the other 20+ languages Rosetta Stone offers, including any updates. It works on PC, Mac, and mobile devices.
Opera GX, billed as the world's first gaming browser, scored a major update today. New in this latest release is built-in Discord support, along with an option to kill resource intensive tabs and the ability to force websites to dark mode.
Microsoft launched its new Edge extensions site for everyone today, bringing an updated design focused on discovery. In addition to some search enhancements, the new design also brings improved accessibility and a better experience for first-time users.
With the shift to working from home, we're all having a lot more virtual meetings on apps like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Skype. While meetings are rarely "fun," online meetings offer a chance to mix things up with virtual backgrounds. Here are just a few to get you started.
Soon, you'll be able to see many more people at once in your Microsoft Teams meetings. Microsoft revealed today that it is increasing the number of viewable participants to 49 later this month, first in preview before rolling out to other users.
The Money in Excel feature that Microsoft announced earlier this year is now available. The feature can automatically import your financial information and help you manage your finances if you're a Microsoft 365 subscriber.
Microsoft Teams has seen quite a surge of growth with more people working from home, and Microsoft continues to bring new features to the platform. The latest include a couple of meeting features for free users, along with the option to set a custom background of your choosing in meetings.
Another weekly update is rolling out for the Microsoft Edge Dev channel, bringing the usual batch of fixes and improvements. Additionally, this release also adds more page translation languages and a few other tweaks.
Microsoft pushed out a new update for the Microsoft Edge Dev channel this week. This is the first update to major version 85, so there aren't a lot of major changes included. However, there are several fixes to check out and the option to preload certain webpages.
Today, Microsoft is announcing that the new Cortana experience, which is part of the Windows 10 May 2020 OS update, is now available. With the AI now decoupled from the OS, Microsoft sees the AI getting a significant new role within Microsoft 365, including Play My Emails for smartphones, and the new Cortana Briefing email feature. Here is what you need to know.
A new update is available for the Microsoft Edge Stable channel, and it brings a whole lot to the table. The highlight of this release is the addition of extension syncing, but there are a ton of other features to check out as well.
Mozilla announced Firefox Reality for HoloLens 2 today. The Virtual and augmented reality browser will let HoloLens 2 users browse the web and experiment with augmented reality elements on HoloLens 2. This also marks the first Firefox Reality launch on the Microsoft Store.
As part of its Microsoft 365 announcements at Build 2020, Microsoft took the wraps off of several enhancements to Microsoft Teams. One of the highlights of these new features is the official launch of the Bookings app into general availability.
A whole bunch of Microsoft Edge improvements debuted at Build 2020 today. One of the biggest is Pinterest integration, which is coming to Microsoft Edge to make building out your lists much easier if you're already a Pinterest user.
Alongside a ton of other Microsoft 365 announcements at Build 2020, Microsoft announced Lists. Microsoft Lists is a new tool designed to help companies with Microsoft 365 do everything from track issues, manage inventory, build agendas, and much more.