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Microsoft news recap: SwiftKey being dropped on iOS, rumor of acquisition talks with major Japanese game publishers, and more

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 is dropping support for SwiftKey for iOS, removing it from the App Store

In a unsuspected move, Microsoft has announced that it will be dropping support for its third-party keyboard app for iOS, SwiftKey. From October 5, the app will be delisted from the App Store on iOS.

Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard app on iOS and Android.

Windows 11 2022 rollout blocked for some over printer driver issues

The Windows 11 2022 update started rolling out last week, but the rollout has been blocked for some devices due to printer driver compatibility issues.

windows 11 laptop

Rumor: Microsoft is talking acquisitions with major Japanese game publishers

A new rumor has emerged that suggests Microsoft is discussing acquisitions with major Japanese game publishers, amid a possible push into the Japanese market.

Rumor: Microsoft is talking acquisitions with major Japanese game publishers - OnMSFT.com - September 29, 2022

Bing tests adding traffic analysis to Bing Insights for websites

Bing is testing the addition of a traffic analysis feature for Bing Insights for websites. It provides an account of monthly visitors as well as their location.

Bing Search History Alt

That's it for this week. We will be back next week with more Microsoft news.

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