Google Keep is now available for the iPhone and iPad, making the note-taking app more cross-platform than ever.
The SwiftKey Beta app for Android is embracing its inner polyglot, adding integration with Microsoft Translator in the toolbar.
Fitbit and Snap are partnering up to bring some expressive Bitmoji characters to your clock faces.
Huawei is under fire again, this time from a U.K. oversight committee, which has raised concerns over "significant" security flaws in the company's networking equipment.
A fresh beta update for Microsoft Launcher is now available, bringing integration with Microsoft To-Do, a redesigned weather widget, and more.
Microsoft News for Android and iOS now lets you stash stories away to read later if you're in a rush.
The Microsoft Edge beta for Android now includes picture-in-picture support, so you can put some windows in your windows.
Microsoft is expanding its Dynamics 365 mixed reality apps beyond HoloLens, bringing two of them to Android and iOS.
You can now attach files to your tasks in Microsoft To-Do across Android, iOS, and Windows.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says the company now sees Cortana as a complement to Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant, rather than a competitor.
SwiftKey has received some performance tweaks and trimmed some fat with its latest update, making it up to 20 percent faster than its competitors, according to the SwiftKey team.
Microsoft News will now let you switch between standard, compact, and text-only layouts on Android and iOS.
Microsoft To-Do now supports multiple accounts on Android, making it easy to keep your work and personal lists separate.
The Plex app can now stream your Tidal tunes, and a discounted subscription bundle makes it easier to get in on both services.
Microsoft is rolling out a handy new search feature for SwiftKey on Android, giving users a quick way to query Bing and share results with their contacts without leaving a conversation.
Microsoft Launcher is rolling out a big set of new features for beta testers to check out, including support for "Hey Cortana," along with To-Do and Sticky Notes integration.
Microsoft Launcher for Android has picked up a major update to version 5.0, bringing a refined feed and, finally, Windows Timeline support.
Qualcomm has tapped Samsung to produce its Snapdragon 820 processor, which will begin arriving in smartphones in the first half of this year.
According to Qualcomm, a native ARM version of Chrome is in the works, which could mean a nice performance boost for the browser on Snapdragon-powered laptops.
In its Q1 2016 earnings report, Qualcomm says that it expects to see its chipset business improve in the latter half of 2015 thanks to strong traction from the Snapdragon 820.