Microsoft open-sources PowerShell and brings it to Linux and Mac OS, Parallels Desktop may be the best way to run Windows on a Mac, Surface Pro 3 Battery Fix is coming, Surface gets a puff piece, Amazon’s New UWP App has almost no settings, Paul explains how he's living in an Android world, Xbox gets a major system update, Playstation takes a page from Xbox and announces similar new features/products, 4K for the win, Vinci for Windows Phone resembles Prisma, Microsoft buys Genee, Project Sonoma is available in private preview for iOS/Android, and more!
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- Microsoft open sources PowerShell; brings it to Linux and Mac OS X
- Microsoft Has Broken Millions Of Webcams With Windows 10 Anniversary Update
- Parallels Desktop 12 for Mac Offers Deeper Integration with Windows 10
- Fix for Surface Pro 3 Battery Issues is on the Way, Microsoft Says
- The Real Story Behind Microsoft’s Surface Success
- Amazon’s New UWP App is Just a Web Wrapper … Does It Matter?
- Google Announces the Release of Android 7.0 Nougat
- Android Tips
- Xbox One System Update Improves Store, Guide, and More
- Microsoft’s NFL Sweepstakes Hints at the Xbox One S Customization We All Want
- PlayStation Follows Xbox Onto the PC
- Report: Sony to Announce Two New PlayStation 4 Consoles
- Xbox One S Tip: Join the 4K Revolution
- AppRaisin App Pick of the Week: Vinci for Windows Phones
- Microsoft’s Cache App Is an Internet Clipboard for Everything
- Microsoft’s Arrow Launcher for Android is Updated with Fully Customizable Home Screen
- Microsoft Brings Its OneNote Importer Tool to Mac
- Microsoft Visio is Coming to the iPad
- Microsoft launches private preview of shift-worker scheduling app