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Microsoft Expands AI Chat Elements to Bing Mobile, Edge and Skype

Social Media Today

Microsoft continues to push ahead with its new generative AI tools.

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Best Free Alternatives to Microsoft Office Word

SocialFish

Fortunately, we searched, found and tested the best free alternatives to Microsoft Office Word you can use today. As more features emerge on Microsoft’s text and spreadsheet management tools, many companies want to compete with it by releasing free software available to everyone. Top 10 Free Microsoft Office Word Alternatives.

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Apparently There Will Be No More Mobile Innovating At Microsoft

Bill Hartzer

Apparently there will be no more mobile innovation at Microsoft. Well, at least that’s the impression you get if you look at the domain names that Microsoft did not renew. Or maybe Microsoft had a grand plan to use those domains or the “innovate on mobile” for some sort of campaign.

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Laying Off Microsoft

Jason Yormark

There was no question really when Microsoft offered. I put in four amazing years with Microsoft Advertising and made life long friends in the process. I never imagined Microsoft would lay anyone off, but the economy had other plans. Hell, Microsoft throws away millions of dollars on everything you could imagine.

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Kickass User Interfaces for Mobile Devices

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of Millenials in the United States used mobile devices to access the web in 2012, according to eMarketer. The mobile Internet population is sizeable and rapidly growing across all age groups. A key driver for mobile Internet use is email access. Microsoft Design Language. of Baby Boomers, 62.2% of Gen Xers, and 63.2%

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Microsoft Office for Android and iOS? Adobe holds the answer.

Josh S Peters

I recently read an interesting article on The Guardian about Microsoft releasing apps for the iPad. The Guardian article points out several times that Microsoft’s biggest driver behind any play here would be revenue. This is the model Microsoft needs to follow. Check out the suite of Adobe Touch Apps.

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Microsoft is Finally Achieving What it Set Out to Do With Passport - the Key is Consistency

Stay N' Alive

Back in the year 2000, before "the cloud" was even a marketing term, Microsoft launched a product known as "Passport", a product touted to be the end-all-be-all of identity services that developers could integrate into their products for identity and storage of personal information. Then on the Xbox you had an entirely different experience.