Sony finally unveils a flagship mobile device with a revamped design
At MWC 2018 today, Sony finally unveiled their revamped design of their smartphones with the new Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact. As you expect from a 2018 Android flagship device, this device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon...
Microsoft releases redesigned Skype Android app for Insiders
Few weeks back, Microsoft released a redesigned Skype app that brings back a bottom bar to streamline navigation and simplify access to Skype’s core features. Since most Android users expressed preference for similar design, M...
Microsoft releases redesigned Yammer app for iPad with universal search and more
Back in May, Microsoft first announced the redesigned Yammer experience for iPad, Mac and Windows. This updated Yammer app is now available for download from Apple App Store. It comes with a new design, a richer navigation and gr...
Microsoft announces redesigned Microsoft account and Azure AD sign-in experiences
Two weeks back, we reported that Microsoft is testing a new sign-in experience for Microsoft accounts. Microsoft today officially announced this upcoming change. Microsoft is in the process of converging Azure AD and Microsoft a...
HP announces redesigned Pavilion All-in-One (AiO) to take on Surface Studio
Just in time for the back-to-school season, HP today announced a pair of revamped Pavilion All-in-One (AiO) devices. The redesigned Pavilion AiO devices come in 23.8-inch and 27-inch display sizes. The design is stunning, thanks...
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It’s been almost a year since we launched MSPoweruser. Our website has improved immensely over the past few years with visual upgrades — but we didn’t really change the main layout of the site. For example, our h...
LinkedIn working on redesigned desktop experience
Even though LinkedIn offers real value to many people, many people hate it because of its site design. Despite their good looking mobile apps, LinkedIn desktop website was really bad for a long time. Today, LinkedIn announced that...