Give a Sleek Look to Android Smartphone with Microsoft Arrow Launcher

Android Lollipop offers a very nice looking user interface in general and comes with a completely overhauled launcher, but not all the older smartphones can be updated to the newer operating system (simply because the manufacturers are not really interested in releasing an updated firmware). I myself have an older Android KitKat smartphone that was not updated Read More …

How to Add Dropbox to Microsoft Office Apps in Android

As was expected, Microsoft has added support for the OneDrive in the Microsoft Office Apps for Android because OneDrive is Microsoft’s own cloud storage service. But they have also made it very easy for you to access other third-party cloud storage services like Google Drive, Box.net, Dropbox etc. Using a cloud storage service in any of the MS Office Read More …

How-Old.net Uses Microsoft Face APIs to Detect Age and Gender from Face

Microsoft has been developing something called Project Oxford which is a basically bundle of APIs and SDKs enabling developers to have the natural data analysis capabilities in their programs. Project Oxford contains APIs to detect or recognize faces, recognize voice, understanding voice commands and more. Microsoft has created a demonstration web site How-Old.net that demonstrates these features being developed Read More …