Today, Microsoft announced a pair of new apps for Android (and one for iOS) users.
Microsoft has announced the Edge browser for both Android and iOS users. It’s currently in a testing phase, which is available only for iOS users for now but it will be available for Android soon. The ... Read More »
Digital assistants on smartphones and other mobile devices have become quite the focal point for the major companies, with not only Apple and Google getting into the fun, but Microsoft as well. For those that have Android-based smartphones, but have longed to get Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana, the wait is almost over.
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ASUS isn’t the only manufacturer that’s been cranking out dual-booting devices with both Windows and Android, but it has been pushing them pretty intently. There are already a few on sale, but unfortunately, it looks like that’s about to come to an end. ASUS is halting sales of dual-booting devices and will not be making ... Read More »
Coding an app for multiple platforms often requires a lot of time and resources. We constantly see developers release Android apps much later than the iOS counterpart. However, a new app attempts to make it easier for developers to make apps for many platforms at once. And though it’s not the first, it’s a very ... Read More »
We already know Microsoft makes more money from Android phones (thanks to patent licensing deals) than their own Windows Phone OS, but the Redmond-based company is taking the way they use Android to the next level today. They’re giving Android users a taste of WP7 without ever having to leave the comfort of their ... Read More »
The Android platform is fun, but it’s nowhere near as full-featured and complex as Windows. At the same time, Android tablets are more convenient for on-the-go tasks. Wouldn’t it be great to bring Android’s mobile software to the Windows platform? Well, that’s exactly what Blustacks wants to do.
Bluestacks app player for Windows is currently ... Read More »
At Uplinq, while walking the floor of the Mobile Innovations Showcase we ran across the team from ooVoo giving live demos of their multi-party video chat capabilities (and doing so over LTE in a crowded conference hall, I might add). Not only did the app perform admirably on a mobile handset (we tested ... Read More »
Back in February we held a bounty for a version of Quake that could be ported over to the Android, and one of the results that was sent into us was Kwaak3. Dubiously-named but surprisingly functional, the game was a port of Quake 3 (who would’ve guessed it?) to the Motorola Droid ... Read More »
An Android App for â€œtestingâ€ a Windows vulnerability has been released.