Microsoft news recap: Microsoft Teams getting Walkie Talkie feature, Bing gets new Pages feature for businesses, and more

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Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!

Microsoft Teams is getting a Walkie Talkie feature, other capabilities for Firstline Workers

Microsoft continues to add new features to Microsoft Teams, and the company is now adding a new feature called Walkie Talkie, which allows users to communicate over a secure WiFi or cellular connection. It’s designed for workers on the first line.

Microsoft launches new Bing Pages for businesses and personalities

Bing is testing a new feature called Pages that allows individuals to control how they appear on Bing. It enables the ability to show social media fees.

New Messaging center comes to Microsoft’s SwiftKey Keyboard with latest iOS app update

The SwiftKey app on iOS has been updated to add a new Messaging center that shows update notifications and information relating to SwiftKey.

SwiftKey keyboard on Android

Microsoft Edge browser updates on iOS devices with fresh new app icon and look

Microsoft Edge for iOS has received a new update that brings a new icon for the browser, as well as a new look.

Microsoft Edge new logo

That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Microsoft news.