We live in a glorious age of simplicity and automation. The ability to sync preferences to the cloud as drastically improved the experience of installing and setting up the Microsoft Windows operating system. For some inexplicable reason, though, Microsoft Outlook […]
The developers behind Sunrise shared some sad news today. The popular calendar app will be pulled from app stores any day now, and will stop working completely as of August 31. There is a silver lining, though. The reason they
I have been using Outlook for iOS as my default email client on my iPhone since Microsoft launched it earlier this year. Today, Microsoft is rolling out a fresh new look for Outlook for both iOS and Android that incorporates
Microsoft has revealed tons of new features for its popular Web-based email client Outlook.com. The preview is currently available to a small group of customers, but will be rolled out for everyone through an opt-in program in the coming weeks.
I have a new favorite email app. Microsoft launched Outlook for iOS and Outlook for Android this week–both rebranded versions of Acompli, which Microsoft acquired a couple months ago. Outlook for iOS is awesome, and blows OWA for iPhone out
Microsoft and Apple have traditionally approached computing and technology from two very different perspectives. Microsoft generally embraces a more open, collaborative philosophy that gives OEM partners and developers freedom to mold the experience as they see fit. Apple, on the