• Apple is trying to make the lives of developers a whole lot easier

    1 month ago - By Tech Radar

    Apple has announced a new support package for developers that it hopes will help them adopt the company's latest technologies, such as the iPhone 14 Pro's Dynamic Island. Less than a month after the launch of the latest iPhone 14 range, VP for Worldwide Developer Relations, Susan Prescott, explained that the company has seen “increased appetite for one-on-one support and conversation”. Called ‘ Ask Apple ', the new service comprises interactive Q&As and one-on-one, office hour consultations, and joins a number of other programs like Tech Talks and Meet with App Store Experts.
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  • Apple iCloud integration arrives in Microsoft Photos app

    Apple iCloud integration arrives in Microsoft Photos app

    1 month ago - By Tech Radar

    Microsoft has revealed plans to integrate Apple iCloud into its Photos app. Users of Apple's popular photo cloud storage platform will soon be able to sync their media through the iCloud for Windows app. But Windows Insider participants can get started right away, with the new feature already available in the latest Photos update. The news was announced during the company's October Surface event , which saw the launch of a new laptop line-up, and the Canva -inspired graphic design tool Microsoft Designer.
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    The surprising move is the latest in a series of glacially paced...
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  • 32 years in, Microsoft has decided to rebrand “Microsoft Office”

    32 years in, Microsoft has decided to rebrand “Microsoft Office”

    1 month ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / Microsoft 365 will encompass Teams, OneDrive, and the suite of productivity apps formerly known as Office.
    Microsoft Office was first released in 1990, and aside from Windows, it's probably the Microsoft product the general public has the most experience with. Individual apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook will all continue to exist, but starting now, the Office brand name these apps have all been grouped under will begin to go away, to be replaced by "Microsoft 365."
    The change will come first for the online Office apps at Office.com , which will make the switch in...
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  • New Microsoft 365 app will try to do what the Office app never could

    New Microsoft 365 app will try to do what the Office app never could

    1 month ago - By Tech Radar

    Microsoft has revealed that the cloud-based version of its Microsoft Office suite, Microsoft 365 , will be ported to a single desktop and mobile application. The move, announced at the company's annual Ignite event, will put an end to the Office.com web portal from November 2022, with the existing Microsoft Office apps on desktop and mobile being phased out in January 2023. The move will affect all Microsoft 365 users across enterprise, education and personal subscription packages.
    New Microsoft 365 features
    Microsoft was quick to clear up any misconceptions about the change, confirming...
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