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Google Bringing The Assistant To Tablets And Lollipop Android Phones

Google is rolling out the Assistant to more devices.  Soon, it'll be available on Android tablets that run Nougat and Marshmallow, as well as smartphones running Lolliop. The folks in the US who are running English will be the first to get access.  But, there will be a wide array of Android 5.0 smartphones (Lollipop) getting the [...]

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Microsoft’s New Outings App Aims To Help Travelers Find Their Next Destinations

A new travel app has been released by Microsoft, called Outings, for iOS and Android.  The app, which was created by the Microsoft Garage Project, curates travel-specific content and images to assist users in finding potential travel destinations. “Whether you’re looking for a fun hike near town or planning your next vacation destination, often the hardest [...]

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Microsoft’s LinkedIn Integration, AI And What It Means For Marketers

Back in September, the Microsoft Ignite event told us quite a lot about the direction technology is going, and how it will impact marketers. Two trends were emphasized by Microsoft, which will have a significant effect on marketers.  The first is an effort to make artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning available to the masses.  The other [...]

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Microsoft Has Reported $23.5 billion In Revenue But Misses Wall Street Expectations

On Thursday, Microsoft announced their quarterly earnings, with earnings that beat expectations, but their revenues missed Wall Street consensus estimates. It was reported that the company had $23.5 billion in revenue and earnings of $0.73 per share.  It was expected by financial analysts had expected $23.6 billion in revenue and earnings of $0.70.  Shares were down [...]

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Android Now The World’s Dominant OS, Surpassing Windows

According to the data that StatCounter has collected the Android OS has now passed Microsoft Windows as the global leading operating system.  This data reflects "total internet usage across desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile combined." Window's global OS share was 37.91 compared to Android's 37.93 percent.  But, in North America, Windows had a 39.5 percent share, followed [...]

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Lenovo Shows Off Their Amazon Alexa-Powered Smart Speaker At CES

Following in the footsteps of Microsoft and their Cortana product, Amazon is making Alexa available to third-party developers and hardware makers to voice-enable their connected products.  Another thing that is being brought to developers is Alexa's several thousand "skills" (voice apps). A few weeks ago, there was an announcement made for Cortana’s developer strategy, and there, we [...]

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