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Surface Plus Encourages Users Upgrade Computer Hardware

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Microsoft announced a new offering today called the Surface Plus Program. Microsoft’s new Surface Plus Program allows consumers to purchase Surface laptops and tablets in much the same way that many people purchase smartphone every eighteen months to two years. The program lets participants upgrade to...
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Microsoft Announces Fitbit Skills for Cortana

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Microsoft announced Fitbit skills for Microsoft Cortana. Microsoft may have dropped support for the Microsoft band but they are still getting into the fitness world with the addition of Fitbit for Cortana. Gurpreet Singh Pall / Partner Director of Program Management, Bing and Cortana Ecosystem...
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July Updates For Office 365

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Microsoft released their monthly list of Office 365 improvements Kirk Koenigsbauer writes “This month, we hosted more than 17,000 attendees at Microsoft Inspire, our annual conference for partners, where we announced Microsoft 365 and debuted three new business apps to help companies of all sizes...
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Tech Geek Weekly: July 29, 2017

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YouTube Red and Google Play Music Will Merge To Create a New Service YouTube’s head of music, Lyor Cohen, confirmed with The Verge that the company is planning on merging its Google Play Music service with YouTube Red to create a new streaming offering. “The...
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Office 365 For Education Gets A Big Update

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Office 365 for education got a huge update this month with a huge update to OneNote and other features. Microsoft in an effort to really compete against Google Classrooms has given Office 365 a major update. Microsoft this month really went heavy with the OneNote...
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Microsoft Lost Smart Speaker Market

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There is no doubt at this point in anyone’s mind that Microsoft has lost the smart speaker market to the Amazon Echo.  Microsoft, just like they lost the smartphone market to Apple a few years ago now has lost the battle with this consumer product. Microsoft...
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Microsoft Announces Dictation Software for Office

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No more spending money on Dragonspeak and other dictation software anymore. Microsoft announced they’re own long overdue dictation app called Dictate. Dictate is an add-in providing dictation features for Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Microsoft is making Dictate available as a free download for 32-bit and 64-bit...
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Outlook 2016 for Mac Gets Huge Update

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Microsoft is listening to their users and it’s making a point of showing it by updating Outlook 2016 for Mac is with top requested features from its Outlook UserVoice site. The Microsoft Outlook team made it a point to say “A big part of our...
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Tech Geek Weekly: June 16, 2017

Verizon closes $4.5B acquisition of Yahoo and Marissa Mayer Resigns As CEO I am surprised this went through I figured with massive Yahoo email hack that this deal would have fallen through. For Yahoo’s sake, I am glad it did not considering this is a...
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