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It has been said that tablets have completely replaced laptops. But, that’s not exactly true. As any of us that carry both a tablet and laptop know, tablets are great for entertainment purposes but aren’t actually ideal when it comes to, you know, doing anything
Apple did it and Samsung did it too. Now, it’s Microsoft’s turn to jump into the fitness watch ring. The company has just filed a patent for a smartwatch that acts as a fitness tracker.
Will Microsoft and Sony ever play together nicely? Not likely. Today, Microsoft has launched the long anticipated game Titanfall.
Microsoft rebranded its cloud storage service today. Now, the old ‘SkyDrive‘ service is called ‘OneDrive.’ To commemorate the change (brought about by a lawsuit), Microsoft is giving away free storage to 100,000 users that enter Microsoft’s giveaway contest this afternoon (check out the company’s main site or social sites).
It’s the time of year when everyone you know is signing up for a new gym membership. So, of course, big companies like Microsoft want to jump on the fitness bandwagon before the ‘fit for Feb.’ crowd disappears. Microsoft has just developed a new fitness app that promises to be nothing like the rest.
So, is it really differrent? Please, take a look.
This past Thursday, Microsoft was given some major props from consumers for the company’s new mandate to protect privacy across the board.