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Microsoft redesigns Skype for Android, iOS for better user experience

Microsoft Thursday released redesigns for the mobile versions of its Skype app on Android and iOS. User experience seems to be the motivation behind the effort.

Google beefs up Docs with dictation, advanced track changes

Google has released a range of new capabilities to Google Docs, including voice transcription and enhanced ability to track document changes.

Judge approves $415M award to employees in Google, Apple antipoaching conspiracy

A judge gave final approval Wednesday to give plaintiffs $415 million in an antitrust tech lawsuit that accused Google, Intel, Apple and Adobe of working together to ultimately deflate employees' salaries.

Tech giants Google, Microsoft, Cisco and others join forces to create open media standard

Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, Mozilla and Google announced yesterday their Alliance for Open Media, a collaboration to reduce their respective reliance on expensive patented media technologies.

Spotlight: Android Wear smartwatches will now work with iPhones

Google announced Monday that its Android Wear smartwatches will now be able to work with iPhones.

Lenovo consolidates smartphone operations at Motorola unit

Chinese computer maker Lenovo, which shelled out $2.9 billion to buy Motorola Mobility from Google last year, is moving all of its smartphone business to its Motorola subsidiary, reported eWEEK.

Microsoft dominates in cloud apps among enterprises, but Google hangs on to smaller businesses

After a giant surge this year, Microsoft is the leader in cloud productivity apps in the enterprise. The company took the title from the only king the space has ever known, Google Apps, in a seemingly surprising development, though the numbers begin to make sense when looking at the market on the whole.

Chrome to pause non-important Flash content by default

Flash takes one more step into the sunset as Google confirms that non-important Flash content will soon be paused by default.

If Google asks if you're up for a challenge, don't be skeptical – You're just being recruited

Google appears to be using a novel technique to find talented engineers, according to a tale told by a recent hire. 

Google Container Engine now generally available

Google Container Engine went into beta in June, and after a two-month preview period, the cloud provider's container management and orchestration tool is now generally available to Google Cloud Platform customers.