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While an Andromeda folding phone might seem like the perfect thing for Microsoft in 2019, it may trial a dual-screen notebook first.
The end of the banking app came before the end of July and it does not bode well for the state of the Windows 10 app market.
Finally, Surface Laptop users can sync their iPhones and get software updates for them and just use iTunes. This has been nearly a year in the making.
The ghosts of iPhones past, present and future make the rounds in our show today. From Secret Santas to batteries big and small, this is gonna be fun.
The Google Chrome app on the Windows Store was nothing but a sham in Microsoft's eyes. What's up with the fake browser from the real company?
The announcement that an iTunes app would be coming to Windows 10 made with the introduction of the Windows 10 S has come to sad trombones.
Who doesn't love the classic, iconic Microsoft Paint app? For a little while there, it seemed like Redmond abandoned it, but that's not quite the case.
There's finally a dedicated Spotify app available for free Windows Store downloads on compatible Windows 10 and 10 S computers.
Windows 10 S users will need this app if they want to keep the content on their iPhone or iPod synced up. That's you, Surface Laptop buyers.
Windows 10 S, formerly known by its somewhat confusing Windows 10 Cloud codename, has just gone official, very obviously contending Chrome OS.
Who doesn't like Christmas music and freebies? Well, if you do, hurry up and take Microsoft up on its latest free holiday album Windows Store offer.
Why? Because the apps' developers didn't get their games age-rated by taking a questionnaire. And that's left a crater in the ecosystem.
See how Microsoft may be bringing us a new Windows Store look in time for this summer's Anniversary Update.
If you just so happen to be a tumblr junkie and a Windows Phone fan, another first-party app departure doesn't pose good news.
As if Microsoft didn't have enough on its plate already, it's now facing a universal Windows Store bug randomly canceling valid in-app purchases.
Why pay now when you can wait until you have to pay everything else? Okay, besides this being the recipe to another subprime mortgage crisis, we’re actually not technically talking about credit. If you plan on grabbing a few apps or anything else from the Windows Store for your Windows 10 device, if you’re on Sprint, you can wait until your monthly bill comes up to pay for that stuff.
Boku, a company specializing in integrating third-party service charges into carrier bills, has expanded its agree with Microsoft to route Windows Store purchases for Windows 10 devices [...]
Due to certain discrepancies in exchange rates, Microsoft has decided to implement Windows Store app pricing surges in nine global markets.