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Microsoft today introduced a version of OneNote that is designed to run on the Apple Vision Pro headset. OneNote for Vision Pro was created for visionOS, and it includes many of the features that are available on OneNote for iPad. The app can be used to write memos, notes, and digital notebooks, and there are options to sync content to OneDrive for access across multiple platforms. There is support for tags like Important and To Do, and notes can be protected with a password. OneNote on Vision Pro works hands-free or with a connected keyboard and mouse. In the future, Microsoft plans to add support for Copilot, two-factor authentication, and inserting images from the camera or the Photos app. OneNote…
On April 16, 2009, Apple hit back following a Microsoft ad that criticized Cupertino for failing to sell decent laptops for less than $1,000. (via Cult of Mac - Apple news, rumors, reviews and how-tos)
Microsoft will advertise that its upcoming Windows laptops with Qualcomm's Snapdragon X Elite processor are faster than the MacBook Air with Apple's latest M3 chip, according to internal documents obtained by The Verge. "Microsoft is so confident in these new Qualcomm chips that it's planning a number of demos that will show how these processors will be faster than an M3 MacBook Air for CPU tasks, AI acceleration, and even app emulation," the report says. Microsoft believes its laptops will offer "faster app emulation" than Apple's Rosetta 2. Introduced in October, the Snapdragon X Elite has Arm-based architecture like Apple silicon. Qualcomm last year claimed that the processor achieved 21% faster multi-core CPU performance than the M3 chip, based on…
On April 5, 2006, Apple released the Boot Camp public beta. The software let users with Intel-based Macs run Windows XP on their machines. (via Cult of Mac - Apple news, rumors, reviews and how-tos)
On April 4, 1975, Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded Microsoft, a software company destined to become a tech behemoth (and key Apple frenemy). (via Cult of Mac - Apple news, rumors, reviews and how-tos)
On April 2, 1979, Microsoft released its first hardware product, a microprocessor card called the Z80 SoftCard that plugged into the Apple II. (via Cult of Mac - Apple news, rumors, reviews and how-tos)

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