Microsoft is laying the groundwork for Apple Silicon Macs with the latest update for Office Insiders on macOS. The update brings Apple Silicon support to Excel, while adding some handy new features for both Excel and PowerPoint.
As we approach the release of macOS Big Sur, Microsoft is set to drop support for Office 365 for Mac apps on macOS 10.13 High Sierra. This keeps with Microsoft's practice of only supporting the three latest versions of macOS.
Microsoft's bid for TikTok could come to an end soon. A new report claims TikTok owner ByteDance has selected a buyer for its U.S., Australian, and New Zealand businesses, and an announcement could come "as soon as Tuesday."
Microsoft's Family Safety app officially launched out of preview today. The app is available for both Android and iOS, giving parents an easy way to limit screen time for apps and games while keeping an eye on what their kids are doing online.
During its WWDC 2020 presentation today, Apple unveiled the next version of its OS for Apple TV, tvOS. For fans of Microsoft's Xbox controllers, you'll be able to use the new Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 and the Xbox Adaptive Controller starting in tvOS 14.
Apple launched mouse and trackpad support for iPad in March, and Microsoft is working on adding it to its Office apps. According to new reports, Microsoft is aiming to ship mouse support in its Office for iPad apps by fall 2020.
The Microsoft Teams app for iOS is getting a little closer to feature parity with its desktop counterparts today. The app has picked up background blue for video calls, and it's slowly starting to roll out to everyone starting today.
A fresh update is now available for Dell Mobile Connect, making the app work just as well with iOS devices as it does with Android phones. Now, iOS users can mirror their screen on their PCs and send files back and forth between devices.
WaterField debuted another new bag for its lineup today, the Hitch Crossbody Brief. Available in two sizes, the bag is made of leather and built to secure up to a 15-inch laptop and a 12.9-inch tablet.
Amazon revealed that it is suspending warehouse shipments until April 5 in order to prioritize medical supplies and household staples in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Here's what that means for you and your orders.
Amid growing concerns about the threat posed by coronavirus, Mobile World Congress 2020, one of the year's biggest tech events, was cancelled last week. Here's what it means for the industry, vendors, and consumers.
If you're having problems with Twitter today, you're not alone. The social media service is experiencing problems this afternoon, preventing people from sending new tweets and others from refreshing their timelines.
Apple appears to be ready to build some new apps for Windows 10. In a new job listing posted to LinkedIn, the company is looking for a software engineer to create the "next generation of media apps for Windows."
GitHub today launched the beta for its mobile app, coming first to iPhone and iPad. The app, which allows you to work and communicate with your team on the go, is also planned for an Android release "soon."