Mobile Nations Weekly: Anniversary Update

BlackBerry’s newest phone is a new approach and Microsoft ramps up for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

Microsoft is updating in a big way — the week past brought a huge update for the Xbox One and the week ahead will be bringing the huge Windows 10 Anniversary Update to PCs. The Xbox update brings the console’s feature set even closer to that of core Windows, including the addition of Windows 10 app support and Microsoft’s virtual assistant Cortana.

BlackBerry’s seond Android phone is here, and it’s a mouthful: the BlackBerry DTEK50. Billed as the “world’s most secure smartphone”, the DTEK50 is actually a re-badge of the Alcatel Idol 4 — made by BlackBerry contractor and Alcatel owner TCL.

Apple’s earnings report landed, and as expected, they made several buckets worth of money. And in an interesting twist, an Apple veteran is back to take over their not-so-secret car project.

There’s all of that and so much more — like a VR roller coaster inside a real-life amusement park — in this edition of Mobile Nations Weekly!

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How to use Google Calendar on Windows 10 PC

How do I use Google Calendar on Windows 10?

Windows 10 has its own calendar app, which makes it easy for you to track all your appointments, events, and vacations right on your PC. However, if you’re thinking, “I already have a Google calendar for that,” the good news is you can important your Google Calendar into the Calendar app on Windows 10.

How to import your Google Calendar into the Calendar app on Windows 10 PC
How to create an event on your Google Calendar in the Calendar app on Windows 10 PC

How to import your Google Calendar into the Calendar app on Windows 10 PC

By default, your Calendar app should be located in your Start menu. If you have removed it from the Start menu, it’s readily available through the File Explorer.

Click on the Start menu button. It’s the Windows icon in the bottom left corner of your screen.
Click on the Calendar app.

Click on the Settings button. It looks like a gear.
Click on Manage Accounts.

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