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Microsoft revealed this week that it will stop supporting its new Edge browser in Windows 7 on July 15, 2021, in keeping with the Google Chrome support schedule.
In a sharp blow to Amazon, the U.S. Department of Defense found that Microsoft's $10 billion JEDI contract award was correct.
Facebook's experiments lab releases a new Apple Watch app that lets users communicate with their closest friend from their Watch via Messenger.
With millions of small businesses not expected to survive COVID-19, Microsoft is pivoting its SMB resources to more crucial concerns.
Microsoft is rolling out a new update to Teams to show 9 participants at once in a call, but it's still way behind Zoom's 49 participants view.
Instagram continues to push IGTV forward, introduces new redesign that adds a Discover tab to help users discover more content and creators on the app.
Office 365 Home is aimed at families, but you can also use it as an individual to pool OneDrive storage between multiple MSAs.
Microsoft seems to be working on a new feature for Outlook that will help users better organize their inbox. Leaked screenshots show off a new feature that will take the idea of the Focused Inbox a step further.
Facebook's latest Digital Health feature is a Screen Time-ripoff that allows users to block distractions for a certain period of time everyday and mute all those annoying Facebook notifications.
With Teams use exploding, Microsoft has provided an update about the new Teams features that it announced in March.
I’ve spent the past several months forcing myself to access my primary web apps differently, opening up new browser options.
Google continues to make it impossible to determine whether its G Suite offering is succeeding in its battle against Office 365.
Released two weeks late because of the Coronavirus, Chrome OS 81 is now available with several new features for tablet mode.
Mozilla is revamping the address bar on Firefox with an improved look that makes searching faster and smarter.
With usage of the insecure Zoom platform skyrocketing, Microsoft is offering up Skype as a safer and just as free alternative.
According to a very specific chart, Microsoft Edge is now the second most-often-used web browser on desktop. I have questions.
Microsoft is testing a new dark mode for Bing.com that gives the search engine a much better look for those who prefer a darker interface.
Facebook launches a new standalone Messenger app for Windows and Mac after the company saw more than a 100% increase in calling on desktop browsers over the last month.
Amazon is releasing its first original games in May, along with interactive games that take advantage of Twitch. It's game streaming service is also said to be launching in 2021.
Microsoft says that it has made several “personality improvements” to scrolling in Edge and that some have come to Chromium as well.
Faced with antitrust scrutiny, Apple has taken its first step back from its controversial 30 percent fee on in-app purchases.
Microsoft's Bing search engine is testing a new logo that's influenced by the company's Fluent Design system. It seems to be A/B testing the new logo with a small portion of users.
T-Mobile announced today that it has completed its acqui-merger of Sprint, creating what it calls a “supercharged Un-carrier.”
It's official: you can now make Microsoft Teams calls right from Slack with its latest integration. Slack is also getting VoIP phone integration for Zoom, Jabber, WebEx, RingCentral, and DialPad.
Microsoft’s free grammar and spelling checking browser extension is now available on Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
I’ve been writing about Microsoft for over 25 years, and there is nothing more fascinating about this company than its successful transition to the cloud.