Microsoft Stories February 21

OneDrive for Android gains a dedicated dark theme in latest beta update

Microsoft’s OneDrive for Android has now gained a dedicated dark theme in the latest beta update.

Microsoft Stories February 17

Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app is one of the best ways to tie your Android phone to your Windows PC, and it’s been getting better and better over time. Now, with the debut of the Galaxy S20 series, Microsoft has announced that “Your Phone” for Windows 10 now supports RCS messaging.

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Microsoft Stories February 13

Microsoft on Tuesday hosted a developer day for its upcoming dual-screen devices. One live Surface Duo demo failed, but the company has since corrected it to show Google Maps taking advantage of the two displays.

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Microsoft Stories February 5

Microsoft’s Xbox has been one of the dominant gaming platforms for a long time now, but times are changing and a lot of focus is shifting to cloud-based platforms. With just a few months to go until launching its next Xbox, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has said he views Google Stadia and Amazon as the company’s “main” competition.

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Microsoft Stories February 3

Microsoft’s ‘Your Phone’ app now brings calls from Android to Windows, wallpapers too

For Windows 10 users, Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app has been a powerful tool for pairing an Android smartphone to your PC. In the time since its debut, the app has only gotten more powerful. In some of its most recent updates, “Your Phone” has added support for Android phone calls and more.

Microsoft Stories January 22

Microsoft’s xCloud streaming preview expands to Canada, its fourth country

Microsoft’s future competitor to Stadia, Project xCloud, has been expanding its capabilities over the past several months. The company has big ambitions for xCloud in 2020, and today, it’s announcing a new supported country with Canada.

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