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Microsoft Announces Project OneFuzz for Finding Bugs at Scale

Microsoft’s new Project OneFuzz is available now as an open source tool for constant fuzz testing for Azure developers.

Microsoft Visual Studio Code Finally Gets C++ Support

A new extension for Visual Studio Code developers on Windows, macOS, and Linux adds C++ programming language support.

Microsoft Project Natick Rises from the Deep to Prove Underwater Datacenter Viability

Two years after sinking the Project Natick underwater datacenter capsule, Microsoft says the results of testing are positive.

Microsoft Says Xbox Series S Backward Compatibility Won’t Support Game Improvements

Microsoft says the backward compatibility on Xbox Series S will only play older games in their original quality.

Microsoft Denied TikTok Purchase Due to Security Risk Jibe

Chinese company stopped Microsoft buying parts of TikTok because the company said the app posed a security risk.

Microsoft Fixes Zerologon, One of the Most Dangerous Bugs Ever

Zerologon is being described as one of the most dangerous bugs Microsoft has ever handled. It received a temporary fix last month.

Microsoft Azure Borrows AWS Ground Station Idea for Its Own Satellite Service

Microsoft Azure is working on ground stations to collect data from satellites, similar to Amazon Web Services Ground Station.

Microsoft Won’t Buy TikTok as ByteDance Stands Firm

ByteDance says it won’t sell TikTok’s algorithm, removes Microsoft from the race to buy the company, and partners with Oracle.
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Microsoft Confirms State-Sponsored Attacks Against Trump and Biden Campaigns

Microsoft says state-sponsored attacks from Russia, Iran, and China are targeting the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election.

BLURtooth Flaw Targets Bluetooth Technology to Create Attack Methods

A new Bluetooth vulnerability called BLURtooth could allow attackers to access devices by exploiting a flaw in CTKD technology.

Instagram TikTok Rival “Reels” Takes Center Stage for New UI Layouts

Instagram is testing three new layouts that aim to put the Reels short video feature within easier reach for users.

Microsoft Confirms the Surface Neo Has Not Been Cancelled

“Neo is delayed” says Microsoft’s Panos Panay, suggesting the Surface Neo Windows 10X device will ship eventually.

Microsoft Research Makes Quantum Computing Breakthrough with Heterostructure Device

Microsoft Research and Copenhagen University have developed a new heterostructure device that could open doors for commercial quantum computing.

Google Brings Microsoft Office Editing to G Suite on Android

G Suite users on Android can now edit, comment, and collaborate on Microsoft Office files without needing to convert the format.

Microsoft Publishes Surface Duo Support Pages

Support pages for the Surface Duo guide users through installing the bumper, using the dual screens, and how to make phone calls.

Microsoft’s September Patch Tuesday Fixes 129 Security Flaws

Of the 129 security flaws Microsoft patched during September Patch Tuesday, 23 were classified as critical by the company.

Microsoft Clarifies Surface Duo Privacy Settings and Data Collection

Microsoft says the Surface Duo will gather required and optional data from users to enhance the performance of software.

Microsoft Once Again Wins JEDI Contract Following DoD Investigation

The Department of Defense has reconfirmed Microsoft as the winner of the JEDI cloud contract, by Amazon is not backing down.

Microsoft Confirms Xbox Series S (Project Lockhart) for $299

Coming this year alongside the Xbox Series X, the newly confirmed Xbox Series S is all-digital and the smallest Xbox ever.
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Microsoft Sunsets Visual Studio Codespaces

Microsoft says it will shutter Visual Studio Codespaces next year, with a transition for feature to GitHub Codespaces.


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