Microsoft forces costumers to use Bing in Lumia devices by disabling custom search engine in Internet Explorer. The company also fights Chromebooks with new lower PC prices in a new effort to bump sales. Skype free group calling feature arrives to Windows 8 modern. New rumors about Windows 9 suggests that the company is working on a new user-interface for the Desktop, which could include new interactive taskbar and Cortana. Microsoft’s smartwach is expected to arrive this fall, previous rumors indicated that the wearable will include around eleven sensors, and today new details points out a couple of those sensors will be an UV and blood-glucose sensors. Google acknowledge that Chrome indeed is causing battery drain in Windows PCs by 25% and promise to fix the issue. New Texas startup claims to have found the answer to fix horrible experience typing on mobile devices with AirType, which is a new keyboardless keyboard concept that converts any surface on a full size keyboard. Finally, Microsoft this week details what’s coming in August Xbox One update. All this and more… Welcome to Pureinfotech: Tech Recap edition. Each weekend I will bring you a compilation of articles of the week, including how-to guides, features, tech news, and more. This is simply a list with a brief description of pieces you might have missed or you might just want to read again.

Microsoft details Xbox One update for August (video) How to fix my bricked Lumia phone using Nokia Software Recovery Tool Google working to fix Chrome battery drain problem in Windows Microsoft terminates Nokia X Android efforts in favor of Windows Phone My next Surface keyboard could be invisible with AirType Microsoft’s smartwatch to include UV and blood-glucose sensors Skype free group calling support arrives to Windows 8 Updating to Nokia’s Lumia Cyan with Windows Phone 8.1 (step by step) Windows Phone 8.1 with Lumia Cyan update now available for download (video) Microsoft blocks Google as default search in new Lumia Windows Phones Microsoft attacks Chromebooks with lower PC prices Windows Threshold: new flat desktop design, interactive taskbar, and Cortana Microsoft’s Project Adam shows advances on AI by identifying real world objects (video)

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