Windows 10 will get a new keyboard that will pack shape-writing feature of Microsoft's Word Flow Technology and prediction Engine from SwiftKey, we had reported earlier. Since Microsoft is looking forward to bring full Windows 10 via CShell to Mobile too, this keyboard will become the standard for both Windows
Andromeda, Composable Shell and Windows 10 on ARM have been the most popular 2017 buzzwords doing rounds in Microsoft and Windows Tech circles. Now, with leaks coming thick and fast the idea around Microsoft's upcoming Mobile hardware and the software powering it has starting taking shape. Andromeda Platform: Andromeda platform may be
In what seems to be yet another accidental leak this time in China, Microsoft Bilibili account uploaded a test video, titled "1706 Engineering Equipment". Not only the title but even the description reveals bits about what Microsoft may have been developing as its "ultimate mobile device". And the description claims
The accidentally released Windows 10 Build 16212 belongs to the "rs_edge_case" branch, different from the rs_prerelease, the default branch for insider preview builds. We have already seen few new features getting revealed by those exploring the code of Build 16212. Now, Build 16212 code reveals Three new and upcoming Windows SKUs.
We last reported about hints of Composable Shell with SwiftKey text input appearing in the accidentally leaked Windows 10 Build 16212. Composable Shell is responsible for making Windows 10 adaptable to small mobile displays. Microsoft announced the acquisition of SwiftKey in year 2016. One of the major purposes stated in this
While inadvertently released Windows 10 Build 16212 caused havoc on Mobiles, it got installed on insider PCs in a relatively calm manner. Since it is a build from a separate branch "rs_edge_case", it was expected to bring some tidbits unavailable on current insider branch "rs_prerelease". It, however, was found to
A new report confirms what we reported some time ago about Microsoft still working on the mythical Surface Phone. The report cites unnamed internal Microsoft sources. It claims that Microsoft is working on a new mobile hardware that will run a different Windows Mobile version from a separate branch. This unknown