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Microsoft Authenticator adds support and recovery in the cloud for Android
To facilitate the change of devices, Microsoft Authenticator on Android has followed suit with iOS, and added the ability to back up credentials to the cloud and recover them with your Microsoft account. This helps to deny the need to reconfigure all two-factor authentication.
Microsoft Outlook will soon synchronize email signatures on devices
Ever had the trouble of setting up the Perfect Email Signature, just so it doesn't copy when using a different device? Microsoft Outlook aims to solve that problem, as the email service will soon begin synchronizing email signatures on all devices.
A new Microsoft portable speaker appears in a new patent
A new Microsoft patent has been discovered that seems to portray a portable speaker in the style of Google Home Mini or Amazon Echo Dot . One of the people behind the patent is part of the Microsoft Teams team, which means it could be a device focused on the business market.
Microsoft offers support behind Huawei in the ongoing commercial ban
With the ongoing commercial ban between the United States and the Chinese technology firm Huawei, Microsoft has supported Huawei. Microsoft President Brad Smith questioned the lack of consistent reasoning for the ban, among other concerns.
That's it for this week. We will be back next week with more news from Microsoft.
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