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Microsoft's SharePoint 2019 Conference marked the launch and announcement of several major features across Online, Server, Yammer, and OneDrive.
GitHub users can now contribute funds to their favorite developers and projects through GitHub Sponsors, a new beta program.
Microsoft has also rolled out Visual Studio 2019 16.2 in preview, making changes to .NET development and the Test Explorer.
Microsoft has rolled out Xamarin.Forms 4.0, the latest version of the cross-platform UI toolkit boasting several new features.
Microsoft is making it easier for developers to work with Python on Windows 10 through a new Microsoft Store application.
Microsoft Defender ATP is now available in public preview for Mac users running macOS Mojave, High Sierra, and Sierra.
SandboxyEscaper has followed yesterday’s Windows zero-day exploit publication with two more vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s platform.
Media Feature Pack is now available on Windows 10 May 2019 Update, bringing media services to the Windows 10 N experience.
Microsoft has announced the Xbox Live Messaging service on Windows 10 will be getting an upgrade this week, including the Message Request feature.
Microsoft’s Machine Translation tech won eight categories at WMT19 and secured second place in the three other categories it participated in.
A new Windows zero-day vulnerability has been published on GitHub. This LPE exploit allows escalated system access.
Microsoft will start automatically updating Windows 10 version 1903 to users running the April 2018 Update in June.
Just a day after launching the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, Microsoft says there are three problems that will receive fixes.
At KubeCon today, Microsoft revealed its Service Mesh Interface (SMI) spec, a new collaboration project based on service mesh.
Microsoft has started its official roll out of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, which is now available to general users and organizations.
The latest update for Microsoft To-Do's Android app features a myriad of UI improvements, as well as important fixes and accessibility considerations.
Microsoft has launched a new PWA called Project Catnip, which will bring news and update information to Windows Insiders.
A new preview build for Office is now available to Insiders, with a new 3D animation integration for Excel and more folder support for Outlook.
The official release of Firefox 67 brings a myriad of changes to the browser, from faster webpage rendering to accessibility improvements and security features.
Your Phone users on Windows Insider rings have access to MMS functionality, allowing for the sending of more complex messages like images. The addition is available on 19H1 and 20H1 builds.