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Microsoft has confirmed two Windows 10 vulnerabilities related to Windows Codecs Library and is working on a fix.
Is Microsoft testing the next generation of the Surface Pro X running a new Snapdragon 8cx chip for Windows 10 on ARM?
Microsoft Teams has moved in line with Zoom by allowing 300 people to participate in a meeting. 49 participants for a video call remains inbound.
Microsoft Research has detailed a new method for cleaning degraded images, using an AI-based novel texture transformer.
Microsoft Word will have a new search experience offering more tools, such as questions, understanding in-text errors, and synonyms.
Microsoft has joined other major companies in removing advertising from Facebook and Instagram, at least through August.
Microsoft and Hitachi are expanding their partnership to include a multi-year alliance focused on transforming manufacturing and logistics.
Google has revealed Google Meet will get custom backgrounds in an upcoming update that will equal Microsoft and Zoom’s feature.
Windows File Recovery is a new application that allows users to retrieve numerous types of files and documents after deletion.
Some Windows 10 users say Microsoft Edge is forcing itself on users and taking their data from Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
It seems clear Microsoft wants future iterations of the Surface Duo to have a magnet hinge that allows dual screens to be used separately.
GitHub confirmed Monday morning its service was down for thousands of users. A fix was found and is now rolling out.
Windows ARM64 developers can now access Windows Forms from the latest .NET 5 Preview 6 update that arrived this week.
A leaked document shows Microsoft is seemingly still working on Project Lockhart as one of “multiple Project Scarlett” consoles.
Microsoft Store locations have been closed permanently by Microsoft, with the company now pushing its online stores.
Australia is looking to transform its data records across government organizations, by leveraging Azure solutions.
Windows 10 business users won’t be able to manually defer updates from Windows 10 version 2004 and newer, the company confirmed.
Amazon Web Services has announced Amazon Honeycode, a low-code app development service that rivals Microsoft PowerApps.
Microsoft has announced a differential privacy platform created with Harvard University’s OpenDP, which is available on GitHub.