Facebook is reportedly talking with Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Disney, and others to get their respective TV streaming services on its upcoming hybrid TV chat device.
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GitHub is restricting developers from Iran, Syria, and Crimea following new restrictions placed by the U.S. government, and developers aren’t happy.
Google Photos has quickly rocketed to the one billion user milestone, about four years after it was spun out of Google+.
Microsoft announced that it will drop the word “Online” from its Office Online branding. Apparently, it was too precise.
The latest developer build of Microsoft's new Edge browser introduces a new privacy control and improves support for high contrast in Windows.
The U.S Department of Justice said Tuesday that it was opening an antitrust review of some of the biggest tech companies.
More than three years after Microsoft acquired LinkedIn, the company announces its multi-year migration plan to move its service to Azure.
Slack is launching a rebuild desktop app that loads 33% faster, and uses up to 50% less memory.
Microsoft continues to invest on AI with new $1 billion investment in OpenAI to help expand its artificial general intelligence efforts and expand Azure's AI capabilities.
Microsoft reports a revenue of $33.7 billion as Surface revenue grows by 14%, Azure growing by 64%, and similar growth across the board in the fourth financial quarter of 2019.
Microsoft is discontinuing Skype's SMS Connect feature, recommending users to move to the new Your Phone app on Windows 10.
Instagram expands a test that takes away like counts to 6 more countries as it looks to make the social network less competitive.
Microsoft is rolling out a new look for OneDrive on iOS that improves ease-of-use and aligns the design with the rest of the Office 365 suite.
Microsoft announces new partnership that'll involve AT&T moving its non-network apps and workforce to Microsoft services, costing the company a reported $2 billion.
Last week, ahead of its Inspire partner show, Microsoft said that current pre-release versions of the new Edge were ready for enterprise evaluation.
Grammarly has updated its popular writing assistant with new AI-powered writing suggestions for correctness, clarity, engagement, and delivery.
Citing multiple sources, Bloomberg is reporting that the EU will launch a “full-blown” antitrust investigation of Amazon this week.
Twitter is finally making its brand new Twitter.com experience official. It's the same app that powers Twitter on mobile browsers and the Windows 10 app.
Microsoft's been working on a new dark mode for Outlook for phones, and here's our first look at the new dark interface.
The mobile version of Microsoft Word has hit an impressive milestone: It’s been installed over 1 billion times on Android.
Microsoft says Microsoft Teams now has 13 million daily active users, which could beat Slack's previously announced 10 million.
Today’s the day: As promised, Google is no longer automatically syncing photos between its Drive and Photos services.
Microsoft is in the early stages of shutting down Remix 3D, the community will be turned off in early January.
Today, Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 68 for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and enterprise.
IBM announced today that it has closed its $34 billion acquisition of commercial open source pioneer Red Hat.
Instagram is doubling down on protecting its users, introduces new shadow ban feature that lets you restrict a user without notifying them.
Google is reportedly looking at creating a fourth U.S. wireless carrier with Dish Network in the wake of an expected Sprint/T-Mobile merger.