With “Download Your Data,” Google allows users to get a copy of their data if they ever want to switch to a different service. Google, along with Twitter, Facebook, and Microsoft, is now taking this a step further by directly transferring data between different products to make switching seamless.
Microsoft Stories July 20
Microsoft Stories July 17
Google Cloud is making headway in the enterprise market on a variety of fronts from AI-powered developer services to Chromebooks. The company is also trying to increase paid G Suite adoption with Facebook apparently contemplating a switch to Drive, Docs, and other Google productivity services.
Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!
Microsoft Stories July 6
Microsoft planning Android app for its Movies & TV service; joining Movies Anywhere
There’s potential good news for anyone who uses a combination of Windows PC and Android phone/tablet: Microsoft is planning an Android app that allows you to access the Windows Movies & TV service …
Microsoft Stories June 22
Microsoft’s new Visual Search tool in Bing is designed to compete with Google Lens
Google has been the biggest name in search for so long, it’s a household name. For the past several years, though, Microsoft has been trying to compete with Bing, its own search engine. Today, Microsoft is announcing that Bing can now use Visual Search, just like Google Lens.
Microsoft Stories June 13
Google’s Pixelbook is easily one of the best laptops on the market today, but no one would be wrong if they argued that Chrome OS holds it back. Recently, we’ve been seeing the possibility of running other operating systems on the Pixelbook, and it seems that Google itself is looking to get the device certified for running Windows 10.
Microsoft Stories June 4
Microsoft acquires software development platform GitHub for $7.5B, exodus begins