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EU Commission Gives the Green Light on Microsoft’s $7.5 Billion GitHub Acquisition

The EU Commission has unconditionally approved Microsoft's GitHub acquisition after an investigation revealed the company has no incentive to change its open source nature.
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Performance Impact of Spectre Will Finally Mitigated in next Windows 10 Release

Windows 10 user's CPU performance will finally be back to normal next year when Microsoft implements Google's Retpoline fix. It will come a year after similar implementations in Red Hat and SUSE.
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Huawei Confirms Work on a Mutiple 5G Foldable Phones

Huawei is planning to launch a 5G foldable in the second half of 2019 with 5G capabilities, though the dimensions and specs of the device are still unclear.
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Report: Lenovo Crafting a 13″ Foldable Tablet That Could Rival Microsoft’s Andromeda

Lenovo is reportedly planning to release a foldable tablet in the second half of next year, with the intention of increasing portability.

Microsoft To-Do Now Integrates with Outlook Through Shortcut Button

An Outlook build on the Insider is testing a shortcut button for Microsoft To-Do, emphasizing how important the task planner has become.

Windows 10 Timeline Web Prototype Is Spotted Online

A website that appears to be a Windows 10 Timeline prototype could mean the features is making its way to the web.

Microsoft: Office 365 Has Best Anti-Phishing Results Amongst Rivals

Microsoft has announced Office 365 has the highest phish miss rate than any alternative, thanks to the company’s push against phishing campaigns.

OneNote October Update Brings Windows 10, Mac, and Online Improvements

A busy OneNote update is dropping this month on PC, Mac, and online. Among the changes are improved syncing with OneDrive and the emoji keyboard.
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Microsoft Debuts Component Firmware Update for Efficient Windows Firmware Updates

Component Firmware Update (CFU) is an open source solution that allows developers to more easily release firmware updates in Windows Update.

Microsoft Releases .NET Core 2.2 Preview 3 Across Platforms

Microsoft’s .NET Core 2.2 Preview 3 is available alongside Entity Framework 2.2 Preview 3 and ASP.NET Core 2.2 Preview 3.

Windows 10 19H1 Preview 18262 Allows More Microsoft Apps to be Removed

Windows 10 19H1 Preview build 18262 is now available on the Inside, giving users the ability to remove more Microsoft apps from the platform.

Surface Pro 6 is Nearly Impossible to Repair Says iFixit

iFixit has published a complete teardown of the Surface Pro 6 and finds the device almost unrepairable, scoring it 1/10.
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Microsoft Improves Bing Search Web Crawling Capabilities

Bing Search now has a more efficient BingBot web crawler that now better balances crawling new content and managing server load.

GTA Online Cheat Developers Shut Down by Rockstar Games Court Order

Rockstar Games is waging war on GTA Online modders and has targeted the popular Infamous cheat package with a court order in Australia.

Firefox Introduces Windows 10 Share Integration

Adoption of Windows 10 services in third-party browsers continues with Share dialogue support in Mozilla’s Firefox browser.

Google Chrome 70 Brings Progressive Web Apps to Windows 10

Microsoft work to bridge the app gap on Windows 10 with Progressive Web Apps has gained a boost thanks to support in Google Chrome 70.

GitHub Actions Launched for Controlled Project Support

GitHub Actions is a new feature that automates workflow by allowing developers to connect and share containers.

Windows 10 October 2018 Update Fixed Build Reaches Release Ring

Microsoft is close to re-releasing its previously broken Windows 10 October 2018 Update, with fixes for problems that caused the company to pause the roll out.

Microsoft´s Project Mu to offer open-source UEFI-BIOS

Project Mu is a new solution for developing scalable modern devices, based on Microsoft’s own technology for Surface devices.

Google’s Diane Greene Drops out of Saudi Conference after Disappearance of US Journalist

Diane Greene joins a long list of industry leaders who have pulled out of Saudi Arabia's Investment Initiative conference following the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi. Google is yet to confirm the reason for the change.

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