Microsoft has invested time and money in its apps and services for iOS and Android, particularly the latter which allows for enhanced customization and system access. What Microsoft seems to be lacking to some is a cross-platform messenger app that's actually decent — looking at you, Skype. While everyone has their favorite platform of choice when it comes to messenger apps (be it WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, iMessage, Telegram, etc.), it seems strange that Microsoft hasn't pushed into this market.
Since the company is doing so well on Android and other platforms, I want to hear what you think:
An issue Microsoft has is Skype, its communications service. The company continues to work hard on improving the user experience and recently redesigned the app on Android and iOS. Feedback from the community wasn't great but at least progress is being made. Could Skype be pushed to become Microsoft's competitor to already established messenger apps or do you feel it's a little too bloated?
Review: The ThinkPad P1 (Gen 2) brings workstation specs to the X1 Extreme
We recently reviewed the ThinkPad X1 Extreme and came away impressed, and the ThinkPad P1 mobile workstation sibling is next. Is it as good as we expect?
Review: Intel-based Acer Swift 3 is a different beast than the AMD version
The Intel-based Acer Swift 3 (SF313-52) isn't just a hardware switch from AMD. A 3:2 display with great color, Thunderbolt 3, and better battery life are some of the perks that come with this model.
Review: Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Yoga (Gen 5) brings new CPUs, features
The premium ThinkPad X1 Yoga has been refreshed for a fifth generation, and while it's not as big a step as third-gen to fourth-gen, there are still some new features to check out.
Finding Xbox One Wireless Controller replacement parts is easy
Here are all the replacement Xbox One controller parts you need for an easy fix.