Microsoft has rolled out a nice new Office.com portal user experience for it Microsoft 365 commercial customers.
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Like many of you, I had an immediate, visceral, and negative reaction to the news that Edge tabs were coming to ALT + TAB.
To (re)align with the Chromium release schedule, Microsoft says it will pause Dev, Beta, or Stable releases for two weeks.
Microsoft today announced a sweeping set of improvements to its OneDrive cloud storage service for consumers and businesses.
Microsoft’s Power Automate platform helps you create automated workflows that react to events in multiple apps and services.
Four weeks after Microsoft began automatically deploying Edge via Windows Update, it is updating its plans to roll it out further.
In an effort to combat the economic impact of COVID-19, Microsoft is launching a global initiative aimed at digital skills learning.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced today that its CodeGuru toolset for web developers is now generally available.
Two separate reports state that Microsoft has stopped advertising on Facebook’s services because it publishes hate speech and misinformation.
Based on my first experiences using Power Apps, I can already see that it’s possible to build sophisticated apps with literally no code. And that is blowing my mind.
Under fire for scraping stories from news organizations and republishing them in its own service, Google now says it will pay for news.
One year ago, Google enabled a feature that allows its customers to auto-delete location history and web and app activity.
The new version of the Opera desktop web browser now offers built-in Twitter support via its sidebar interface.
The Defender ATP Preview for Android can protect against phishing and unsafe network connections from apps, websites, and malicious apps.
Microsoft announced today that it has made Edge enterprise sync available to Microsoft 365 Business Premium subscribers.
Back in March, we reported that Microsoft was getting ready to kill off Skype for Windows 10. This week, it’s finally happening.
A new “Send Later” feature for Outlook on the Web is now heading out to Education customers only, Microsoft says.
Microsoft today announced a set of new personal features in Microsoft Teams that are now available in preview on mobile.
Windows 10 users aren’t the only ones getting Microsoft Edge from Windows Update: Now it’s heading out to Windows 7 and 8.1 as well.
Yesterday, Microsoft revealed that the new Edge uses up to 27 percent less RAM when running on Windows 10 version 2004.
Microsoft announced today that the Live Presentations feature for PowerPoint that it previously announced is now available on the web.
Grammarly today is rolling out several updates for iPad users, including a dedicated Editor in the Grammarly app and the Grammarly Keyboard.
With more and more people working and schooling from home, the need for reliable Internet connectivity is at an all-time high.
Google is suddenly moving aggressively to push its free Meet service in the wake of competition from Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
While the new Microsoft Edge is a dramatically better browser than its legacy Edge predecessor, it falls short in one key area: PDF support.
In an explosion of creativity, Adobe today is updating several of its Creative Cloud offerings while launching dozens of new products as well.
The U.S. government will ease some restrictions on Huawei and allow it to collaborate with U.S. companies on 5G and other international standards.