Microsoft Axing Photosynth, Some MSN Apps

EngadgetMicrosoft Axing Photosynth, Some MSN AppsPC MagazineMicrosoft is cleaning house and will unload a few apps for Windows Phone, iOS, and Android this fall that Redmond claims were unpopular. "We regularly evaluate our business to ensure we're focused on the areas where our users find the most value.Microsoft killing its Photosynth 3D panorama appsEngadgetWindows 10 to allow easy porting of apps from Android and iOS platformsEconomic TimesMicrosoft killing Photosynth and MSN apps, including Health & Fitness, Food ...PCWorldUbergizmo (blog) -ZDNetall 41 news articles »


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