Aug 26th 2015
Windows Weekly 428
More than 75 million devices now running Windows 10!
Microsoft: More than 75 million devices now running Windows 10, rumored big-bang October hardware launch, Cortana on Android public beta now!, Windows Mobile update, and why you should hold off on buying a new PC.
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- Microsoft: More than 75 million devices now running Windows 10
- So How Successful is 75 Million Windows 10 PCs?
- It took Windows 7 two months to hit 60 million in licenses sales, by the way.
- Windows 10 Now Installed On Over 75 Million PCs
- Whatever happened to Microsoft's Windows Update for Business?
- Rumors of Microsoft's big-bang October hardware launch start to coalesce
- IFA 2015: Microsoft CVP Nick Parker to deliver keynote showcasing new Windows 10 devices
- Cortana for Android Beta is Now Publically Available in the US
- Microsoft to enable developers to integrate Bing search data directly into their apps
- Worldwide Smartphone Growth Expected to Slow to 10.4% in 2015, Down From 27.5% Growth in 2014, According to IDC
- Windows Phone Usage Stats for August 2015
- Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile update unlikely to come to 4GB phones
- Microsoft unveils $37 internet-connected Nokia 222 with two-megapixel camera
- Office 2016 Set for a September 22 Launch
- Microsoft's MobileFusion app makes 3D scans, but it may never come to market
- Microsoft's prototype keyboard cover has an e-ink touchscreen
- Software pick of the week: Gears of War Ultimate Edition for Xbox One
- Enterprise pick of the week: SharePoint 2016
- The code names for various subprojects within Windows 95
- Code name of the week: Windows Nashville
- Beer pick of the week: Fat Tire Amber Ale