Today: Microsoft to stop updating Minecraft on Windows phones, Cortana coming to the Android lock screen, Office Lens for iPad, more.
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Microsoft this week is promoting two free video learning series that will help you learn the C# programming and UWP app development, respectively.
Microsoft has posted all of the content from its Xamarin Dev Days live event, allowing developers to view the content on demand.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced today that it has brought its PIXEL desktop environment to PC and Mac.
Today: Get your Xbox crest, Nokia sues Apple for patent infringement, Microsoft and Boku bring carrier billing to Orange in France, more.
In 2016, Microsoft took decisive steps away from its traditional roots and embraced a more open future in the cloud.
The murky situation with Cortana-based devices is in keeping with my philosophy that Microsoft just can't stop punching itself in the face.
Years in the making, Google's Internet of Things (IoT) platform, now called Android Things, is ready for its first developer preview.
Microsoft is finally opening up Cortana quite a bit to developers, and it will let them put this technology in a wide variety of devices.
Rejoice! Build 2017 will be held in Seattle instead of San Francisco, as has been the case for the past several years.
Today: Get ready for WinHEC, developer support for symlinks is finally coming to Windows 10, Chrome 55 is released,, Microsoft's new bot, more.
Microsoft announced today that it has a new Minecraft coding tutorial for students and is hosting free coding workshops in its retail stores.
Microsoft has posted on-demand versions of a free, six-part video series about learning Xamarin development.
At its Connect(); 2016 event this week in New York, Microsoft announced the release candidate of Visual Studio 2017, plus Visual Studio for Mac and other products.
A lot of soul searching has accompanied the sweeping changes that Satya Nadella has implemented over the past few years at Microsoft.