Microsoft is buying Seattle-based cloud gaming backend platform PlayFab, a tool that helps developers get started with a complex gaming backend infrastructure.
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Microsoft is significantly expanding its AI for Earth program as the software giant looks to put AI to work on our planet's environmental issues.
Following the launch of Windows 10 S, Microsoft touts strong growth for Windows in the US education sector as Chrome OS experiences its slowest growth ever.
Microsoft is finally revealing the first set of Always Connected PCs powered by Windows on ARM and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processors.
In addition to Redmond, Microsoft is also revamping its Silicon Valley Campus to soon be the company's "smartest, greenest" office yet.
Microsoft will raze 12 of the oldest buildings on its Redmond campus and replace them with larger, more efficient offices.