The Microsoft Translator app for Windows Phone devices received a rather big update today. The new 3.2 version adds voice support for several languages, along with different versions of English, French and Spanish.
The app can now handle voice translations for the Mexican version of Spanish and the Canadian version of French, along with English as spoken in Canada, Australia and India. Finally, the app supports voice translation for Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Russian languages. The app recently got a name change from its previous Bing Translator branding.
Microsoft brings Android OS development for Surface Duo in-house
Microsoft is forming a team internally under the Microsoft Devices division that will handle the development of Android for Surface Duo going forward. Up until now, Microsoft had contracted the OS work out to third-party vendors such as Movial, who had the expertise required to bring Android to life on Surface Duo. Now, Microsoft is bringing that work in-house.
Everything we know about Resident Evil Village (so far)
Capcom's next survival-horror title may be Resident Evil 8. Related rumors indicate a first-person setting, some returning characters and more.
Office.com is getting a pretty snazzy new look
Microsoft has started rolling out a new look for its Office web portal for commercial customers. Presumably, the new look will head out to regular Microsoft 365 subscribers at some point, but Microsoft hasn't formally announced the redesign yet.
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You just purchased a new PC and set it up, and now you're looking for some great apps. Look no further. These are the best apps for your new Windows 10 PC.