In iOS this week we saw Microsoft release Halo for iOS, Apple's big developer conference was announced, and Apple bought an Android keyboard app maker.
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Microsoft is readying a test build of its Office 'Universal' apps for Windows Phones before the end of April.
Android operating system vendor Cyanogen will integrate Microsoft's Office, Skype, OneDrive and other apps and services with its Open OS Platform later this year.
Chip production for the next iPhone may already be underway and Apple is changing the mix of its suppliers, says one analyst.
Matthew spent a few weeks with the top two new Android flagships and in the end neither one made the cut. Designs have improved over 2014, but battery life is not up to par and there are still performance issues.
LinX's digital photography tech is an example of a burgeoning technology ecosystem.
Android this week had the release of the Apple Watch and iOS 8.3, iPhone share dropping globally save for China, and a new case from Mophie that adds battery and storage.
Why buy something that the iPhone already does? Why put the beloved iPhone out of sight when for many it brings comfort? What's the point of having an expensive iPhone just to make the Apple Watch work?
Apple Watch too pricey for you? Maybe a less expensive Android Wear watch fits your budget better; Google may be working on software to get it working with an iPhone.
Make sure your company has the right information in Apple Maps: Use the new "claim a business" function on an iPad or iPhone.
Early Apple Watch reviews share a common theme: You'll likely need to better manage and prioritize your iPhone notifications. That's not necessarily a bad thing.
Apple, Google, and Microsoft have all admitted that they are being audited by the Australian Taxation Office.
Google, Apple, and Microsoft will face a parliamentary inquiry into corporate tax avoidance this week, as the Australian government moves to crack down on tax avoidance by multinational corporations operating in Australia.
Microsoft is again bundling together several of its apps and services into a bundle that it's selling for $149 for a limited time in the U.S.
In iOS news this week we had reports of loaner iPads from vending machines, Apple Pay users having trouble, and you can trade in some non-Apple phones for a new iPhone.
Microsoft is bringing its Office Lens scanning app to iOS and Android in a continuation of its cross-platform productivity push.
Microsoft continues to improve its mobile mail client with new functionality and visuals for both Apple iOS and Google Android.
Apple Watch wants to provide an iPhone level of engagement in a way "that's a little more human." Assuming the Apple Watch can even do that will consumers play along?
Got last year's Samsung Galaxy S5, Nexus 5, or Sony's Xperia Z3? Hand it over to Apple and the company will give you up to £144 towards the purchase of a new iPhone.
Microsoft is looking for iOS users to test a new Microsoft expense-tracking application, codenamed Project Phoenix.
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