Microsoft enthusiasts have had a lot to complain about over the past several years. But it looks like the firm may finally address two of the bigger issues.
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Microsoft admitted last night that hackers gained more access to its internal infrastructure than previously thought. But it’s not as serious as you might expect.
With the holidays looming, the Microsoft Store is offering some last-minute deals for those still looking for that special (tech) something.
A new report claims that Microsoft is now designing ARM chipsets in-house that will land in Surface PCs and its cloud-based servers.
The Microsoft Store is offering some good deals on Surface PCs, Xbox Wireless Controllers and games, and more if you’re not all shopped out already.
25 years ago today, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates published his first book, The Road Ahead. Today, he takes a look back at what he got right … and wrong.
A group of technology companies that includes Microsoft has filed a motion in Google’s antitrust case to keep their data private from the search giant.
Microsoft is partnering with AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm to create a new security processor for Windows-based PCs.
Petri’s GET-IT: User Management 1-Day virtual conference is a full day of free learning dedicated to technical user management and related content.
Microsoft announced today that it earned a net income of $13.9 billion on revenues of $37.2 billion for the quarter ending September 30.
Microsoft announced this morning that it has taken down a Russian botnet called Trickbot that was trying to undermine the U.S. election.
Here is a quick summary of the arguments made against Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, and the recommended solutions.
Microsoft is refreshing the Surface Pro X with the second-generation of its custom built ARM processor and a new Platinum finish.
Microsoft's new Surface Laptop Go is the company's cheapest Surface laptop to date, featuring a 12.4-inch display, and Intel's 10th generation processors.
Microsoft refreshes its own line of accessories along with the launch of the new Surface Laptop Go and Surface Pro X.
With the TikTok soap opera finally behind us, I’d like to provide another view on Microsoft’s disastrous attempt to steal this service away from China.
Microsoft announced this evening that it will not be buying TikTok any part of the company.
The U.S. Department of Defense announced today that it will move forward with Microsoft as the winner of its $10 billion JEDI contract.
With TikTok poised to sell its non-Chinese assets to Microsoft or Oracle, China took steps to intervene in any deal.
It’s a battle that Microsoft should clearly win. By allowing Oracle to waste $20 billion or more on the controversial TikTok service.
According to a report, Microsoft originally only wanted to make an investment in TikTok and not a controversial acquisition. But then things got messy.
As promised, TikTok has sued the U.S. government for attempting to ban its social media app in the United States without due process.
In a new legal filing, Epic Games argues that Apple is threatening its entire ecosystem with its belligerent behavior. And it has the backing of Microsoft.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has weighed in on the antitrust scrutiny facing Big Tech. His take: They all “deserve rude, unfair, and tough questions."
An SEC filing suggests that Panos Panay, the head of the Microsoft Surface, maybe joining the SONOS board of directors.
The day is finally here, Petri's GET-IT Teams day event is live and you can watch the event with the YouTube embed below or if you want the full experience (and the downloadable content) - head on over to the full site.
Microsoft will still hold a virtual Ignite conference in September as planned, but it will now hold a second Ignite in early 2021 as well.