Taxes are due soon, but staying financially healthy is a year-round endeavor. Luckily, several Windows and Windows Phone apps that are both timely and timeless help keep your financial house in order.
When “Titanfall” debuted at SXSW in Austin Monday night, it made a big splash with the fans who had waited in line, who could barely contain their enthusiasm, and who posed for pictures with Major Nelson and helped the Xbox community ring in this much anticipated game.
Now that “Titanfall” has arrived on Xbox One, you might want to get some tips and tricks on how to become a master pilot.
Planning to attend the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference? Act quickly to take advantage of the discounted rate being offered March 12-13.
From Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. PT to Thursday at 11:59 p.m. PT, you can register for an all-access pass for WPC 2014 for the price of $1,895 -- a $100 discount off the current conference registration price.
The redesigned Yammer Customer Success Center is a one-stop hub for answers about activating Yammer, acquiring users, educating your coworkers and maximizing business value from your network.
Fashionistas, it’s time to work it!
Through Friday, Skype’s Boyfriend Jeans Challenge competitors can submit photos or videos on how to style this particular look, which involves more relaxed fitting, sometimes even baggy, denim and adding your own feminine flair with perfectly proportioned tops and accessories. The grand prize is a trip to London with Skype Photography Brand Ambassador, Chaucee Stillman, for a shopping trip with a personal stylist.
As the clock struck midnight on March 11, stores around the world began selling “Titanfall,” Microsoft’s new next-gen shooter that combines wall-running, double-jumping action with powerful, fast-paced titan warfare to set the new bar for online multiplayer gameplay.