Microsoft announced today that Office Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) for commercial customers on Windows and macOS.
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Mozilla said this week that it has reverse-engineered the horrible new Default Apps interface in Windows 11.
Today, Google announced a set of coming updates to its Microsoft 365 competitor, called Google Workspace.
Microsoft announced that it will acquire Clipchamp, a web-based video editor. But it’s unclear how the tool will be integrated into existing offerings.
Microsoft Start is a new personalized news feed that will be available across mobile, web, Windows 10, Windows 11, and Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft announced today that it has made Windows Server 2022 available to customers, though sources tell me it’s been available for weeks.
Google will release Chrome 93 later today, but for now, the online giant is highlighting some probable future features, now available in the Beta channel.
Microsoft has patched a recently-discovered flaw in its Azure-based Cosmos DB database that left over 3,000 customers open to attack.
After a meeting with the U.S. president, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has agreed to quadruple cybersecurity spending over five years.
Microsoft will prevent Chromebook users from using the Office apps for Android, and it will push the web experiences instead.
Microsoft has announced the global rollout of Reading Progress, a new Microsoft Teams app for students and educators.
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South Korea may have found a solution to one aspect of Google’s and Apple’s respective app store monopolies, and it’s a great idea.
Over 1000 web apps created with Microsoft’s Power Apps inadvertently exposed the data from over 38 million users thanks to a misconfiguration.
While traveling this past week, I noticed that Momentum Plus, the paid New Tab extension that I use, added a new Soundscapes feature.
Microsoft announced today that it will raise the cost of its Microsoft 365 Commercial subscriptions starting in March 2022.
T-Mobile has admitted to the theft of personal data from about 7.8 million current and over 40 million former customers.
This week, Amazon was awarded a $10 billion National Security Agency (NSA) cloud contract.
Samsung today announced two new foldable smartphones, and they include updated Microsoft apps tailored for those unique experiences.
Mozilla has released Firefox 91 and one of the key new features is single sign-on support for consumer and commercial Microsoft accounts.
ExpressVPN has announced the immediate availability of Lightway, a faster and more reliable VPN protocol that’s backed by an independent security audit.
Google is simplifying its Titan Security Key product lineup by adding NFC support and discontinuing the Bluetooth versions.
Microsoft had previously revealed that it would move forward with the desktop version of OneNote and OneNote for Windows 10.
The Microsoft Browser Vulnerability Research team is working on a Super Duper Secure Mode for the Edge web browser. Yes, really.