A lot can happen in a week. Seven days might not seem like much, but it can be an eternity in the tech news cycle. Between Windows news, hardware and software developments and Microsoft's fast-paced movements throughout the technology landscape, it's never easy to keep your hand on the pulse of technology. Not to mention everything that's going on right here at Windows Central!
Every week we're going to compile the biggest stories into one post, so you never fall behind – In Case You Missed It (ICYMI).
- New Mail and Calendar apps shown off in latest Windows 10 preview leak
- Your Windows 7 or 8.1 PC could alert you when the final version of Windows 10 is ready
- Watch Cortana learn my voice on Windows 10 Technical Preview
- There's a workaround for people who can't install Windows 10 due to low storage space
- How to use Quick Access on Windows 10 Technical Preview
- 'Redstone' is the rumored code name for the next major Windows update in 2016 [Update]
- Windows 10 'Redstone' reportedly to be launched in two separate updates in 2016
- Microsoft's Nano Server is a very stripped-down version of Windows Server
- Microsoft turns on Movies and TV section in beta Windows 10 Store
- Leaked change log and screenshots appear for Windows 10 build 10056
- Leaked Windows 10 build 10056 shows improvements to tablet mode, more
- Microsoft may have completed its 18,000 job cuts with latest layoffs
- Microsoft's latest Work and Play Bundle offers deep discounts on subscription services (US only)
- Report: Microsoft Payments biz registered as a likely challenger to Apple Pay
- Microsoft's Build Tour will have hands-on Windows 10 demos for developers in 23 cities worldwide
- The Windows 10 Game Jam will give students free lessons during a 24-hour hackathon
- Microsoft and Getty Images make nice, Bing and Cortana to use Getty's photos
- Own a piece of history: Lumia neon scooters up for sale!
- Microsoft adds Italian and Mandarin to the Skype Translator Preview
- Bing and Cortana are ready for the Indian Premier League 2015
- Bing Image Search update makes finding related and bigger images even faster
- Office Online now lets you edit files directly from Dropbox
Extra and Miscellaneous
- Intel's tiny Compute Stick is now available for pre-order
- Google reportedly looking to team up with carriers for free global roaming
- Vodafone migrates all monthly plans to 4G for boosted super speeds
- Twitter's latest feature makes it easier for you to comment on quoted tweets
- Intel shows it can put its RealSense 3D depth camera inside a smartphone
- The Logitech Keys-To-Go keyboard for Windows is small enough to fit in a purse
- The Asus Transformer Book Chi T100 notebook goes on sale in the UK April 13
- Cricket introduces three new payment plans, including a rent-to-own option
- Facebook brings Messenger to a standalone site for web browsers
- The Gameband Minecraft USB wearable saves your worlds for $79.99
- The Microsoft Comfort Headset is surprisingly good for 15 Euros
- Join the Windows 10 for phones discussion in the Windows Central forums
- Overall PC shipments showed sharp declines in Q1 2015 worldwide
- 5 intriguing apps for Windows 8.1: April 10, 2015
Share your thoughts on this past week of news! And we'll be back again next week to do it all over again.
MS almost integrates Dropbox as well as their one drive into their systems. I wouldn't be surprised if they bought them out. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
That's not going to happen dude
Looks like there's an alternative update for wsus users Kb2990214
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