This week, Vivaldi upgraded its flagship desktop web browser to version 4.3, adding several useful new improvements.
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Long the darling of the open-source crowd, Mozilla’s Firefox web browser has received some questionable updates in recent days.
Microsoft is now testing a smooth scrolling feature for Excel for Windows and expects to bring it to the stable version of the app soon.
In a new report, Microsoft states that Russia is responsible for more nation-state cyberattacks than all other nations combined.
In an open letter, four of Google’s search rivals call on the EU to actually address the search giant’s dominance in a meaningful way.
Mozilla this week updated Firefox across desktop and mobile, and the firm revealed that the browser is coming to the Microsoft Store.
Google has unveiled a new push in its sustainability initiative and has updated services like Maps, Nest, and Flights to support these efforts.
Yubico, the leading provider of hardware authentication security keys, announced new biometric authentication security keys today.
Microsoft has announced Office 2021, the non-subscription version of its office productivity suite that will launch on October 5.
In another nod to the hybrid work scenarios thrust upon us by the ongoing global pandemic, Microsoft announced a major update to Whiteboard.
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Microsoft has been planning to kill off Skype in lieu of Microsoft Teams for years. But now it says that Skype is “here to stay.”
Microsoft Teams is getting several new phone-related features, which Microsoft says builds towards its vision for the future of calling.
Researchers have discovered an Exchange Autodiscover flaw that can be used to steal Windows users’ credentials.
Microsoft announced today that Office Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) for commercial customers on Windows and macOS.
Anyone with a Microsoft account can now remove their password from the account entirely to enable better security.
Grammarly is a must-have utility for all web and mobile users, and now it’s going to get even broader support in other apps.
Intuit announced today that it will acquire email marketing firm Mailchimp for about $12 billion in cash and stock.
Mozilla said this week that it has reverse-engineered the horrible new Default Apps interface in Windows 11.
Today, Google announced a set of coming updates to its Microsoft 365 competitor, called Google Workspace.
Microsoft announced that it will acquire Clipchamp, a web-based video editor. But it’s unclear how the tool will be integrated into existing offerings.
Microsoft Start is a new personalized news feed that will be available across mobile, web, Windows 10, Windows 11, and Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft announced today that it has made Windows Server 2022 available to customers, though sources tell me it’s been available for weeks.
Google will release Chrome 93 later today, but for now, the online giant is highlighting some probable future features, now available in the Beta channel.
Microsoft has patched a recently-discovered flaw in its Azure-based Cosmos DB database that left over 3,000 customers open to attack.
After a meeting with the U.S. president, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has agreed to quadruple cybersecurity spending over five years.
Microsoft will prevent Chromebook users from using the Office apps for Android, and it will push the web experiences instead.