Apple promises to aggregate content from multiple video services into a single, cohesive user experience. What does that remind me of?
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Microsoft's Clippy also made a return, but the company's brand police apparently stopped all the fun.
Brad, Mary Jo, and I will be appearing live in New York City on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 for our first-ever discussion about the Health Of Tech, or H.O.T.
If Google’s Android web browser concession seems familiar, that’s because Microsoft did the same thing a decade ago.
Google is scaling back its hardware ambitions and will downsize the group that makes its laptops and tablets. This was inevitable.
Microsoft To-Do gets deeper Outlook integration, now lets you sync your flagged emails.
Microsoft announces a new configuration for the Surface Pro 6 and Laptop 2 for businesses.
Microsoft expands its AI School to include a new AI Business School focused to help business leaders learn about AI.
Microsoft is bringing the modern Skype experience to the web with HD video calling and call recording capabilities.
The business justification for Microsoft moving past a Windows-centric strategy is clear. Which explains why Intel is copying it.
Microsoft is shutting down the backend powering all the online-based Microsoft Band features.
Microsoft introduces a new picture-in-picture for video watching on Edge for Android.
Screenshots of Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser leak, suggests a potential Insider release sometime soon.
HoloLens 2 is a significant improvement over the original: It’s more comfortable and natural to use and features a broader field of view.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella defends the company's $480 million contract with the U.S. Army following backlash from employees.
At the start of yesterday’s HoloLens 2 announcement, Satya Nadella indicated that Microsoft would be announcing another product, too.
You can’t determine Microsoft’s biggest competitors by what the firm says. You determine them by what it does.
Open source hasn’t just won. It’s embracing and extending Microsoft into something I don’t even recognize anymore.
Microsoft's premium Surface Headphones are coming to 8 new countries next month.
Microsoft's newest Surface devices are coming to 20 new unnamed markets.
Microsoft’s invaluable Authenticator mobile app just got even better, with support for security notifications.
Microsoft expands its partnership with TomTom, will get access to TomTom's maps data for Azure and Bing Maps.
Here's an analysis of what this week's Microsoft's financial results mean for the software giant’s core businesses.
Microsoft highlights the Xbox Adaptive Controller on its Super Bowl 2019 ad, and it's very touching.
It occurred to me that there might be an interesting visual way to compare how Apple and Microsoft make money.
Microsoft today announced that it earned net income of $8.4 billion on revenues of $32.5 billion in the quarter ending December 31.
Microsoft To-Do integration in Cortana is now generally available.