Dropbox took a number of steps this week on its road to attract enterprise customers.
While smartphones are super portable, they have never been ideal tools for work-related tasks beyond checking email and texting. Well Microsoft wants to change that with the launch of Continuum for mobile phones running Windows 10 at its Build conference this week.
As expected, Microsoft released on Friday another build of its Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones. Based on the bugs already identified by Microsoft and ones uncovered by Bright, Redmond still has a long way to go to fulfill on its promise of universal apps.
Microsoft plans to unveil the next Windows 10 technical preview for phones on Friday, announced Gabriel Aul, point man for Microsoft's Windows 10 technical preview program.
While small and medium-sized businesses might be pinching pennies in other areas, they are opting for the pricey iPhone when it comes to smartphones.
Microsoft on Thursday released the first build of Windows 10 technical preview for phones. The technical preview is initially available only for Windows Phone models Lumia 630, 635, 636, 638, 730, and 830.
As part of its partnership with Microsoft, Dropbox has released an app for Windows smartphones and tablets.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Friday, Nov. 14, including IT spending on smartphones in Asia- Pacific rising, tablet users more likely to redeem mobile coupons than smartphone users, mobile marketers spend more moeny on retargeting existing customers, Mobile Movie Creator brings advanced video features to Windows Phone and PhotoShrinker app shrinks photos to free up space.
The revamped update strategy in Windows 10 may be the most overlooked feature that administrators will love.
Microsoft has unveiled a universal mobile keyboard that can work with iOS and Android mobile devices and Windows tablets.The physical keyboard is designed to be more comfortable and efficient than the virtual on-screen keyboard of mobile devices.