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Microsoft now makes headphones. Yep.
Microsoft has announced an event for early October which will likely be consumer-focused and the company will likely refresh some of their hardware too.
Microsoft has updated To-DO with a new 'important' list but they are still missing one critical feature offered by other platforms.
Microsoft, Google, Twitter, and Facebook are joining forces to make it really easy to transfer data between platforms.
Microsoft lost a lot of its top executives and directors to Amazon in the recent years as the software giant shifts its focus away from the consumer.
Microsoft implements a diverse training dataset for its facial recognition tech to overcome inaccuracies for darker skin tones and women.
For the second year in a row, Microsoft has had the 'most-watched' E3 conference and this year, they set another new record.
Most of the privacy reporting these days is focused on Google and Facebook because these firms maximize their earnings by knowing more about you.
Given the recent events making headlines, Microsoft has the opportunity to take advantage of the increased sensitivity of consumers to data privacy, but will they capitalize on it?
Sony is blocking yet another title from supporting cross-play with PC and Xbox gamers and the company still has yet to say why.
Microsoft is still working to make Cortana/Alexa integration a reality but they are making progress to finally deliver the feature.
Microsoft is updating the Skype app for Android devices to better work with low end Android hardware.
Microsoft is helping Intel rollout firmware updates for Meltdown and Spectre, starting with Skylake processors.
Microsoft's Bot Framework is getting support for two new languages with major update to the SDK this May.
Bored of Redstone 4 builds? Don't worry, Microsoft is officially kicking off testing of Redstone 5 today with Windows Insiders in Skip Ahead.
Microsoft's annual developer conference could start on May 7 this year, just around the same time as Google I/O 2018.
Progressive Web Apps in Windows 10 are almost here, and Microsoft is confirming its plans for the rollout today.
This month's Office 365 update includes a brand new look for OneDrive, a new app store for Microsoft Teams, a big Education push, and more.
Microsoft is buying Seattle-based cloud gaming backend platform PlayFab, a tool that helps developers get started with a complex gaming backend infrastructure.
Microsoft has carried out a small round of layoffs worldwide this week, with the Windows and Devices Group been hit the hardest.
Microsoft announces new updates to Microsoft Education, including a new Chemistry update for Minecraft: Education Edition, new MR content for Windows Mixed Reality, and cheap new Windows 10 2-in-1s.
Microsoft's crazy new artificial intelligence system can apparently draw images based on your description.
Minecraft boss Matt Booty is now overlooking all of Microsoft's game studios.
Windows 10's Fall Creators Update, now in Full Availability, reaching PCs faster than Flash.
Microsoft pulled support for Bitcoin from the Microsoft Store earlier today, but it's already back.
Microsoft releases updates to the Surface UEFI to protect customers against the new CPU vulnerabilities as it continues to closely monitor the situation.