Microsoft's latest attempt at unifying the app development experience for Windows 10 is called Project Reunion.
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Microsoft's new supercomputer, developed for OpenAI, ranks in the top five supercomputers in the world.
After months of testing, the Windows 10 May 2020 Update is almost ready for the public. It's rolling out to a subset of Insiders in the Release Preview ring today.
Microsoft and NBA's new multiyear partnership new multi-year partnership will see Microsoft becoming an Official Technology Partner for the NBA.
Microsoft has bought the "dangerous" domain Corp.com to protect organizations using Active Directory. The domain was originally auctioned for a starting price of $1.7 million.
We have already the stories about tips about the struggles of working from home. While we (hopefully) ride out COVID-19, the world keeps turning and for many adults, this also means that schooling must continue as well.
Microsoft's Bing search engine is testing a new logo that's influenced by the company's Fluent Design system. It seems to be A/B testing the new logo with a small portion of users.
HP, Microsoft, and Valve are working on a new, next-gen VR headset. Details on the new device are yet to be revealed, but the companies are promising big things.
Today, Microsoft is starting to talk about foundational software that will help make the next generation of gaming, possible. Called DirectX 12 Ultimate, Microsoft is saying that this update will make platforms ‘future-proof’ for next-generation gaming.
While we wait to see what Sony has to offer, I’ve been reading nearly everything published about the Series X and there are a few items that are worth noting as they got lost in all of the other announcements.
Microsoft is holding an event later this month to talk about Microsoft 365, productivity, and more. Don't expect any new hardware, though.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is stepping down from the company's board of directors to focus more on his philanthropic work, will continue to serve as a Technology Advisor to CEO Satya Nadella.
Microsoft's annual developer conference Build falls to coronavirus, will now be held as a digitial event instead.
On March 18th, there is a session titled Xbox Series X + Project xCloud = New Chapter in Gaming, which leaves little to the imagination.
Microsoft confirms two of its employees have tested positive for coronavirus. The company says it will continue to pay regular wages, even if work hours are reduced.
Microsoft is encouraging employees in its Seattle and San Francisco offices to work from home as it lets employees around the world work from home if needed over coronavirus concerns.
Microsoft is making the trial to the paid features of Microsoft Teams available for free for six months in a move to support global health as remote work increases due to coronavirus concerns.
Microsoft is cancelling this year's MVP Summit due to concerns over coronavirus. The event will now be hosted online.
Microsoft's latest partnership with Bose brings Microsoft's revolutionary Soundscape tech to Bose Frames, helping the blind better navigate their world with 3D sound cues.
Microsoft is announcing that the company will no longer be attending this year's Game Developers Conference (GDC). Microsoft is the latest company to pull out of GDC, following in the footsteps of Sony and Facebook.
While the Xbox Series X will excite those waiting for a new console, the future of Xbox is not hardware, but software.
A new leaked video shows off Surface Duo's "Peak" feature that allows users to glance at notifications, teases potential date for the Spring Surface Event.
Microsoft is introducing support for RCS Messaging on the Your Phone app exclusively for Samsung's Galaxy S20 devices, but there are a couple of limitations.
Microsoft Excel users, there is a new XLOOKUP function that is succeeding VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP with new lookup capabilities on Excel. It's now generally available.
Microsoft appoints Panos Panay as head of new Devices + Windows team, moves Joe Belfiore to Office Experience Group, along with some other leadership changes.