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The HoloLens 2 Emulator allows developers to test holographic applications without needed the head mounted display hardware.
The 55-inch Surface Hub 2S comes with a battery and cart to allow easy movement throughout an enterprise environment.
Apple’s recent settlement with Qualcomm has left Intel with few places to go in the 5G mobile market, so the company has decided to throw in the towel.
A new Microsoft patent explains a new method to create a unified viewing experience through calibration on two-display devices.
Facebook Messenger will soon stop supporting mobile payments in France and the UK, but could this mean the start of Facebook’s stablecoin solution?
A new old feature is landing on Skype Preview. The return of contact notifications let you know when someone on your list comes online.
Microsoft says it turned down a request to use its facial recognition technology on police body cams and vehicles but continues to accept other contracts.
Facebook is working on transforming the central News Feed hub by integrating Stories that will change the look and feel of the platform.
Microsoft’s subdomain for converting Windows Live Tiles RSS to management XML formats is now controlled by a third-party security researcher.
Microsoft has reconfirmed its Minecraft Movie is full steam ahead, with a launch now scheduled for March 2022.
Microsoft’s Xbox E3 2019 will be its biggest-ever presence at the event, with Project xCloud likely to be feature heavily in the company’s briefing.
A free giveaway of new Xbox Avatar items is underway, also including items from Mortal Kombat and Borderlands.
Intel has announced the 8th generation Whiskey Lake vPro U-series processors for mobile workers seeking scalability and security.
A Microsoft patent shows the company’s rumored Surface Buds could have a sensor that can read weather conditions and temperature.
Microsoft Office lets users choose between 'required' and 'optional' diagnostics, increasing privacy while letting users who wish to support the apps' improvements do so.
Microsoft will be taking a multi-pronged approach towards sustainability, speeding up its carbon reduction timeline while pairing research, AI, and customer aid to spur advances in other areas.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has pledged to decrease investigation time, provide clearer responses and feedback, and increase transparency surrounding reports.
During Q4 2018, over two thirds of all attacks and exploits were targeted at Microsoft Office, according to security firm Kaspersky Lab.
To avoid a repeat of last months’ Facebook Live stream of the New Zealand mass shooting, the company aims to make changes to stop some users streaming.