Microsoft announced today that it will offer YouthSpark Summer Camp curriculums through its retail store locations this summer.
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Most of the privacy reporting these days is focused on Google and Facebook because these firms maximize their earnings by knowing more about you.
Microsoft's Azure Sphere represents the confluence of several big themes we've discussed here on Thurrott.com in recent weeks.
Another week, another set of excellent questions from readers.
Microsoft is rolling out a new look for its Account dashboard with a new Fluent Design update.
Cortana is getting the ability to read messages aloud on Android in beta.
Ambient computing is the "next wave" of personal computing. But what role can Microsoft play in this future?
Everyone seems to have a theory about what Microsoft could have done to stave off the death of Windows. It's time for a wake-up call.
I want to address today's news about Terry Myerson in a way that is unique, personal, and respectful. So I'm going to tell you a few stories.
Microsoft introduces major leadership change for its Windows and Devices Group, replaces Terry Myerson.
With Amazon having recently surpassed Alphabet's market cap, analysts are turning their attention to an often-ignored technology giant.
Amazon.com this week surpassed Alphabet/Google to become the world's second-largest corporation by market capitalization.
LinkedIn's attempt at imitating Snapchat is embarrassingly poor.
Researchers at Microsoft have developed a new system that's capable of translating news as accurately as humans.
Microsoft starts selling its own version of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in the United States.
Microsoft is helping Intel rollout firmware updates for Meltdown and Spectre, starting with Skylake processors.
Microsoft's personal assistant Cortana could finally be getting some love now that it has a new boss, Javier Soltero.
Microsoft is bringing support for IFTTT and new smart home devices to Cortana on Windows 10, iPhone, Android, and other devices.
Microsoft's annual developer conference could start on May 7 this year, just around the same time as Google I/O 2018.
On Wednesday, Microsoft announced earnings for its second quarter. Here, I'd like to dive a bit deeper and analyze what the results mean.
Microsoft is buying Seattle-based cloud gaming backend platform PlayFab, a tool that helps developers get started with a complex gaming backend infrastructure.
Windows 10's new privacy app lets you view all the diagnostic data that Microsoft collects from your computer.
Google has announced its attempt to be the first to offer pervasive augmented reality (AR) experiences on the web.
Microsoft has carried out a small round of layoffs worldwide this week, with the Windows and Devices Group been hit the hardest.
Microsoft's crazy new artificial intelligence system can apparently draw images based on your description.
Minecraft boss Matt Booty is now overlooking all of Microsoft's game studios.
A month ago, we thrilled to news of new Qualcomm-powered Always-Connected PCs. But that was SO December.