Microsoft Stories Yesterday
Minecraft: Education Edition for iPad coming to classrooms next month
Microsoft has today shared that it will be releasing Minecraft: Education Edition for iPad to enrich classroom learning around the world next month.
Microsoft Stories July 16
Starting this month, Skype users will be able record video calls natively within the Mac and iOS apps. The new cloud-based feature will work with group calls as well as capturing screen sharing.
Microsoft Stories July 10
On the, ah, surface, the Go looks like a good deal. For $70 more than the base-model iPad, you get something presenting itself as a full PC, running desktop apps rather than mobile ones. You can also add a $99 or $129 keyboard to turn it into a laptop, an option Apple reserves for the much more expensive iPad Pro.
Microsoft’s keyboards also include a trackpad, with the additional option of a $35 mouse …
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Microsoft Stories July 9
Today Microsoft officially took the wraps off the next product in its Surface lineup, a budget-minded tablet called Surface Go. The Surface Go is a 10-inch tablet that starts at a pocket-friendly $399, but you’ll need to pony up more cash for more storage and memory.
Lighter and smaller than the Surface Pro, the Surface Go features dimensions of 9.6-by-6.9-by-0.3 inches and weighs just 1.2 pounds. The 10-inch 3:2 1800-by-1200 PixelSense Display dominates the front side of the device, but substantial bezels remain on each side of the display.
Preorders start tomorrow, July 10th, with shipments scheduled to begin in early August. expand full story
Microsoft Stories July 6
Microsoft planning iOS app for its Movies & TV service; joining Movies Anywhere
There’s potential good news for anyone who uses a combination of Windows PC and iPhone/iPad: Microsoft is planning an iOS app that allows you to access the Windows Movies & TV service …
Microsoft Stories June 29
Bits and pieces of information about a next-generation Surface device from Microsoft have been popping up here and there over the last year or so. Now, details about the size of the “new and disruptive” dual-screen device and how it will be positioned in the company’s lineup have emerged.