Microsoft announced today that it will limit customer access to its facial recognition technologies in the name of responsible AI.
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Microsoft announced today that it will soon offer high-performance, cloud-based workstations to developers in Azure.
A new report claims that AWS commands 41 percent market share in the commercial cloud market, over double that of Microsoft.
Microsoft has patched a recently-discovered flaw in its Azure-based Cosmos DB database that left over 3,000 customers open to attack.
Microsoft and AT&T announced today that AT&T is moving its existing and future 5G mobile networks to Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft announced today that it is renaming Windows Virtual Desktop to Azure Virtual Desktop and is adding new capabilities to the service.
Microsoft announced today that it will allow commercial and public sector customers in the EU to store all of their data in the EU by 2022.
Microsoft today announced a new program called [email protected] that’s aimed at game creators who want to build, scale, and operate titles on Azure.
Microsoft and Krafton announced today that they are bringing PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) and PUBG Mobile to Azure.
With its latest acquisition, Microsoft is entering the 5G market in a new way that will enable the company to provide solutions for carriers to improve overall profitability of their 5G networks using Microsoft's cloud.
TomTom announced today that its navigation technology has been integrated into Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform.
Microsoft announced today that it will acquire jClarity to help drive increased performance for Java workloads on Azure.
More than three years after Microsoft acquired LinkedIn, the company announces its multi-year migration plan to move its service to Azure.