No Google for you! If you make use of Windows 10’s digital assistant Cortana to Search the web, you better be happy using Bing. Microsoft wants total control of the search experience-in theory, a good thing-but that also means links will open in the Edge browser.
- Essentially Microsoft wants to control as much of the Cortana experience as possible to optimize its effectiveness. Not unreasonable-and searching Google with Cortana required a Chrome browser extension anyway. Having to open the search results in the Edge browser though (as opposed to Chrome or Firefox) is a little less reasonable, but MS wants to have end-to-end control. You can use whatever search engine you want for the non-Cortana search box in Windows though. [Windows Experience Blog]
- If you’re a Twitter nut like me, you might’ve noticed that the Magic Recs bot hasn’t slid into your DMs in some time. (The bot would ping you if a lot of people you know suddenly followed an account or were all talking about the same subject and was surprisingly effective). Now Twitter has acknowledged that it’s dead. They just want to bake those features into normal push notifications. [TechCrunch]
- eBay now sells wine. Not used. [Business Wire]
- Microsoft is working on an IFTTT competitor called Flow. It connects apps together to automate simple tasks, like sending a text message when you receive an email from your boss. The preview went public today, and judging from the inclusion of Salesforce, GitHub, and Dynamics CRM, they seem to be aiming towards professional use rather than casual goofing around. [Microsoft Flow via The Verge]
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