OneNote logo | Mobile-PC-Medics.comThere are an increasing number of people who have both PCs that run Windows and Apple products such as iPhones and iPads, which can make it difficult for smooth integration of the two operating systems. However, there are a wide range of apps, such as OneNote, Mobile Office for iPhone, Skype and Remote Desktop, that make it easy to incorporate the work you do on your PC with your mobile device.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 | took the time to compare the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3 against the MacBook Air, as the two are both advertised as ultra-portable, full-blown computers. While the Surface does offer touchscreen capabilities that the MacBook Air does not, it is significantly more expensive, especially if people wish to include the type pad with it.

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Nokia Lumia |

Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia became official this week, with the software behemoth paying $7.2 billion to acquire Nokia and its 32,000-person workforce. Microsoft has long wanted sales of the Windows Phone to rival those of Apple and Android phones, so the acquisition of Nokia should help them in that regard. Microsoft has also recently upgraded its software and increased its app choices, so there is hope that they may be able to soon compete with the other mobile phone companies.

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Microsoft Windows Phone | MobilePCMedics.comMicrosoft recently unveiled the beta version of its digital personal assistant for the Windows Phone, named Cortana, which is being voiced by Jen Taylor, who played the Cortana character of the same name in the Halo video game series. While still in the beginning stages of its usage, the early reviews of Cortana on the Windows Phone are promising, with hopes that it will be on par with Apple’s Siri and Google Now.

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