Microsoft executive vice president Peggy Johnson is leaving the software giant and will assume the CEO role at Magic Leap, maker of an erstwhile HoloLens competitor.
Recent Microsoft Stories
Microsoft’s LinkedIn has been called out for repeatedly copying data from the iOS clipboard. The firm says it was a bug, and not malicious behavior.
In an effort to combat the economic impact of COVID-19, Microsoft is launching a global initiative aimed at digital skills learning.
Two separate reports state that Microsoft has stopped advertising on Facebook’s services because it publishes hate speech and misinformation.
On August 23, 2012, I attended the launch of the first Boston-area Microsoft retail store. Here are the photos I took that day.
Microsoft announced today that it will permanently close all of its retail stores and reassign those employees to other locations.
Microsoft is just one of many companies complaining about Apple’s antitrust abuses, but this one is particularly interesting given the history.
Microsoft and SAS announced a major partnership today in which Microsoft Azure becomes SAS’s preferred cloud provider.
In an open letter to employees and customers, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that Microsoft would be made more diverse and inclusive.
HP's new Reverb G2 VR headset is here: it's the company's newest Windows Mixed Reality headset, built in partnership with Microsoft and Valve.
Microsoft just announced a bunch of things at Build 2020, here's everything you need to know.
Microsoft today announced Windows Package Manager at Build 2020, and it’s a new, native package manager that is going to be built into Windows 10.
Microsoft's latest attempt at unifying the app development experience for Windows 10 is called Project Reunion.
Microsoft's new supercomputer, developed for OpenAI, ranks in the top five supercomputers in the world.
As you know, this year’s Microsoft Build 2020 event is virtual and not an in-person conference thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Microsoft’s Frank Shaw today alleged that Amazon continues to fight the DOJ’s JEDI contract award out of the public eye.
Grab your popcorn, folks. The battle between Microsoft and Amazon over Microsoft’s DOJ JEDI contract award just got hotter still.
Microsoft’s earnings were greeted with cheers. But what does the data really tell us about the firm’s consumer businesses?
Microsoft and NBA's new multiyear partnership new multi-year partnership will see Microsoft becoming an Official Technology Partner for the NBA.
In a sharp blow to Amazon, the U.S. Department of Defense found that Microsoft's $10 billion JEDI contract award was correct.
With millions of small businesses not expected to survive COVID-19, Microsoft is pivoting its SMB resources to more crucial concerns.
Microsoft signals that Windows 10X and its simplified new user interface and container-based architecture is too important to screw up.
We have already the stories about tips about the struggles of working from home. While we (hopefully) ride out COVID-19, the world keeps turning and for many adults, this also means that schooling must continue as well.
Microsoft’s augmented reality platform has a new leader: Ruben Caballero, who previously oversaw wireless technologies at Apple.
Microsoft has been asking governments to regulate facial recognition for the past two years. One U.S. state is finally listening.
The inevitable has happened: Microsoft has canceled Ignite and will embrace “digital-first experiences” for the rest of 2020.
Microsoft reported this weekend that it has seen an incredible 775 percent increase in the use of its cloud services because of the Coronavirus pandemic.