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Microsoft has launched two more iPhone apps this week. One is called Flow for keeping track of work notifications, and the other app brings Sharepoint to IOS.
A new image taken from the set of the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic shows a mockup of a NeXT Computer poster with actor Michael Fassbender as Jobs.
Dropbox will shut down its standalone Mailbox and Carousel apps in the first quarter of 2016, in favor of incorporating many of their features in the main Dropbox app and services.
Developers Mojang and Telltale Games have released the first episode of Minecraft: Story Mode for the Mac, iPhone and iPad. The first part of the five-part series features an impressive voice cast.
IHeartRadio revealed plans to launch a dedicated app for the new Apple TV, allowing owners of the set-top box to listen to thousands of live radio stations with a new user interface.
Microsoft has just launched a new app called Tossup that is supposed to help a group of friend decide where they should meet up. The app has been launched via the Microsoft Garage division.
Tony Fadell, the co-founder and CEO of Nest, has announced he will be leaving the connected devices company. He will remain as an advisor to its parent company Alphabet.
TomTom has revealed it has extended its agreement with Apple to provide data for the iOS and OS X Maps app, but no other information on the renewal has been disclosed.