Microsoft is trying various strategies to encourage Copilot use
Microsoft must end its unfair software licensing practices or face the consequences
This squashes rumors about a possible Windows 12 release in 2024
Microsoft's response to maintenance tools like CCleaner is PC Manager, which offers one-click system optimization, file cleanup, process auditing, and virus scanning.
A portable console would coexist with a traditional next-gen Xbox
Microsoft's Machine Learning framework only supports Intel NPUs for now
Some would argue that AI is a fad, the next bubble waiting to burst
Editor's take: Like almost everyone in tech today, we have spent the past year trying to wrap our heads around "AI". What it is, how it works, and what it means for the industry. We are not sure that we have any good answers, but a few things have been clear. Maybe AGI (artificial general intelligence) will emerge, or we'll see some other major AI breakthrough, but focusing too much on those risks could be overlooking the very real – but also very mundane – improvements that transformer networks are already delivering.
The big picture: Microsoft's market value has gone up more than 10 times since Satya Nadella took charge of the company in 2014, replacing its former CEO, Steve Ballmer. During that same time, the broader S&P 500 only grew 185 percent, making Microsoft one of the best-performing large-cap stocks in the country over the past decade.
Microsoft is up to its old tricks again
Usually Microsoft has contracts in place for a next-gen console by now, it may be considering Intel this time
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A strategic position to deliver global impact, steering Microsoft's code away from C#
Will the next release of Windows implement AI services as an integral part of personal computing?
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella warns that hackers could cause breakdown in world order, calls for digital Geneva Convention
After Microsoft admitted it was hacked by a Russian group
In context: Microsoft Edge is accused of stealing data from rival browser Chrome without users' consent. This raises privacy and security concerns, as well as some questions about Microsoft's tactics to gain market share. Is it just a bug or is there something more sinister at play?
One foot in the grave
Could this be the start of the great AI replacement?
Check out Microsoft's latest thinking for Windows 11
Fellow tech titans Google and Amazon have also laid off thousands this month
Mozilla calls on Apple, Google, and Microsoft to create a more level playing field in the browser market
The Firefox developer has compiled a list of platform-holder tricks that thwart competition
Poor secure configuration exposed the software and AI giant to information exfiltration
Facepalm: Even though they can now choose from a remarkably long list of attacks against corporate networks, cybercriminals often resort to "simpler" methods like brute-force password guessing. No one is safe from insecure email accounts, after all.
A "good publisher on Sony and Nintendo and PCs and Xbox"
16 GB of RAM could be the new baseline for Windows PCs