After being Sherlocked by Apple in macOS Catalina, Astropad is bringing its iPad as a second screen solution to Windows.
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Weeks before the October Microsoft hardware event, we speculated about a dual-screen Surface device and a Microsoft phone.
Previously available only mobile, Google’s Grasshopper developer learning tool is now available on the desktop too.
And here I was thinking that everyone had gotten the memo on Windows Phone and UWP. I guess not.
With Sun suing to block Microsoft’s extensions to Java, the software giant decided to create a new programming language of its own.
With Microsoft's legal losses mounting in its U.S. antitrust case, the software giant suffered from an exodus of key executives.
Sun was the more powerful adversary, but Microsoft’s strategy against it was consistent with what it did to Netscape and the web.
During a month’s long mediation process in U.S. v. Microsoft, developer documentation became a key requirement for a settlement.
As promised, Microsoft today released .NET Core 3.0 with new versions of ASP.NET, EFC Core 3.0, C# 8.0, F# 4.7, and Visual Studio.
Microsoft today released a new series of developer videos explaining the entire .NET Core stack.
Heading into the late 1990s, Microsoft sought to consolidate its developer languages and tools into a single, cohesive environment.
Microsoft first came to the attention to regulators a decade before its celebrated and vilified U.S. antitrust trial.
Just as Apple is moving iOS developers from Objective-C to Swift, Google is moving Android developers from Java to Kotlin.
Microsoft has launched a free new video series on YouTube called Python for Beginners.
Microsoft's GitHub is acquiring Semmle, a code analysis platform that helps developers detect security vulnerabilities in their code.
Microsoft has announced the release of .NET Core 3.0 Release Candidate (RC1), a near-final version of its portable software platform.
We’re now three months and over 50 articles into the Programming Windows series. Here’s another quick progress report.
Google announced the release of Flutter 1.9 and that support for web apps has been integrated into the framework’s main repository.
It’s not exactly a road not taken, as each of its constituent parts did come to fruition. But Windows DNA was short-lived as a brand.
With Windows NT 5.0 delayed again and again, Microsoft didn’t notice yet another competitor nipping at its heels.
Two years into its incredible embrace of the Internet, Bill Gates became convinced that the strategy was now threatening Windows from within.
VBScript was best used with the IIS web server and Active Server Pages (ASP) to “activate the Internet” with databases and ActiveX components.
With ActiveX, Microsoft would “activate the Internet” by bringing its COM technologies to the web.
HTML is a simple markup language that describes web documents. But it’s evolved into a powerful platform over the years.
Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson’s Findings of Fact in U.S. v. Microsoft focused largely on Microsoft’s response to the Netscape threat.
In this sidebar, Microsoft once planned three Windows NT versions, called Asteroid, NepTune, and Triton. None came to market.
Unlike with previous releases, Android Studio 3.5 focuses on performance and product quality, and not on new features.