In addition to Redmond, Microsoft is also revamping its Silicon Valley Campus to soon be the company's "smartest, greenest" office yet.
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Windows 10 now powers 600 million active devices worldwide.
Microsoft is overhauling its campus in Redmond, building 18 new buildings with modern workplaces, and a huge 2-acre open plaza that can hold up to 12 thousand people for events.
You can save $200 when buying any variant of the Surface Laptop today from the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft's newest iPhone app wants to help you learn Chinese using artificial intelligence-powered chatbots.
The Chinese government isn't too happy with some VoIP apps that violate the local laws, so it's ordering app stores to remove apps like Skype.
Windows 10 is getting a brand new immersive search experience with Redstone 4, coming early next year.
The first ever firmware update for Surface Book 2 brings stability improvement for some drivers, as well as Windows Mixed Reality support.
Microsoft's Edge browser now lets you sync your passwords across your Windows 10 device and your iPhone.
Save up to 65% on Xbox games, and get Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass for only $1 for the first month this Black Friday.
Windows 10 Redstone 4's latest build brings shape-writing to the full fledged touch keyboard, and more.
Windows Mixed Reality headsets are getting SteamVR support later today as an early preview, but don't expect to get the best experience just yet.
I read a story about a technology in which Microsoft is deeply invested. And yet, it's like Microsoft doesn't even exist.
A new standalone Skype app built specifically for freelancers and business owners is launching this week as a limited preview in the US.
Microsoft sold 80 thousand units of the Xbox One X in the UK during the first week of launch, beating the PlayStation 4 Pro.
Microsoft is quietly working on a new piece of hardware that is externally known as Andromeda and after poking around a bit, here's what we know so far.
Microsoft is ending production of Kinect, marking the end of a seven-year run of a device that never truly found its home.
Delta is starting the process to move away from Microsoft hardware in favor of iPhones and iPads in all of their planes.
While most people think of Google as the gateway to the Internet, I view the firm in a different light. A Microsoft light.
Microsoft's future with the consumer is quickly being jeopardized as it has not found meaningful market share with several of its new products.
Microsoft today announced that it will lay off several thousand employees, mostly from its sales force, and mostly outside of the United States.
Microsoft has announced another Surface hardware event for later this month but the event is taking place in China.
While Microsoft enthusiasts continue to react poorly to the software giant's new strategy, I see a clarity here that should be celebrated. Microsoft is doing the right thing.
Apple's 2FA experience is far from perfect, they have a lot to learn from Microsoft who has managed to make using additional layers of security fast and fluid.
Microsoft has released new usage figures for Cortana and while the numbers are large, they don't tell the entire story about how it is used or how Siri/Google New measure up.
Microsoft's Project Cheshire has entered into a private beta and since we last saw the app, it has been updated with a refreshed UI and there are mobiles apps too.
Microsoft is hosting its keynote tomorrow where it is expected it will show off a new device or two along with a few new Windows features coming with Redstone 2.