People often use several different computing devices throughout the day, at each moment selecting the one that offers the right balance of convenience, input expressivity, and display requirements. Phones are an increasingly valuable part of this ecosystem, but still operate in relative isolation from other computers. We have been working to understand how systems might support more seamless experiences across our PCs and mobile phones and better handle activities that span these devices.
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