Microsoft today has made its Send instant messaging app available on Android. The service initially launched earlier this summer on iOS, but today has made its way to Android, as well. Send, for those
Earlier this summer Microsoft debuted Send, an app which aimed to combine the most usable features from instant messaging and email into a unified experience. It debuted as an iOS-only app but on Wednesday
Apple today launched Move to iOS, the company’s first Android app built in-house. As we noted earlier, “It should surprise no one that the first app Apple built for Android helps you ditch the platform.”
Shutterstock The Glass team is still working hard on the consumer version of Google’s augmented reality headset. They stopped selling the $1,500 developer iteration earlier this year, with the plan of
(CNN) — North Korea will not be allowed to become a nuclear weapons state -- even if it takes more than sanctions to convince them, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has warned. Speaking Wednesday at
In scenes uncommon for Japan's normally sedate parliament, members of the opposition and the ruling coalition pushed and shoved each other as a committee chairman was surrounded. Tensions were running
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Lenovo is one of the busiest companies at IFA this year. Not only has it had its Motorola smartphones and smartwatches to deal with, but also its own-brand devices. As well as announcing its new budget