Users can now sign up for the Chromium version of Microsoft Edge, with the first builds expected to ship in early 2019. Other than Chrome extensions, it's unclear what users can expect.
Information from StatCounter shows that for the first time, Android has taken over Windows as the platform most used for internet. While the lead is tiny, it reflects a shift away from PCs to mobile devices.
A new abstraction for DirectX 12 allows developers to mount multiple video cards without needing deep coding, with Microsoft to debut the feature soon.
A new report points to two sources who say the Surface Phone is in deep development and will launch with Microsoft’s C-Shell for Windows.
The State Bank of India will now use Microsoft’s Office 365 for its productivity needs across 222,033 employees. The deal follows similar collaborations with Flipkart and Tata Motors.
The Windows 10 Steps Recorder allows users to record steps to troubleshoot a problem and get a more accurate diagnosis. It seems that Microsoft is stopping support for the feature in favor of using the Xbox Game Recorder.
IBM's fingernail sensor can determine grip strength, as well as pinpoint the activities users are performing with a high degree of accuracy. The device could help to monitor symptoms for a variety of ailments.
A recently discovered flaw in the classic Skype updater has resulted in Microsoft seemingly killing off the classic Skype experience. Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users could be left without a downloadable Skype solution.
Microsoft says it will phase out the Microsoft Virtual Academy during 2019 as Microsoft Learn becomes replacement learning resource.
A list reveals the username and password of over 6,400 Spotify accounts, all seemingly free users. Hacking group The Leak Boat promises this is part of a wider set of leaks that it calls the 'Lulzpocolypse', with details of several Wizard 101 accounts also published.
Feeling lonely and in need of some love? Microsoft HoloLens has an app for that thanks to the 3D Hologroup’s 3D Holo Girlfriend.
Microsoft’s Indian president has not ruled out a Surface Phone being released. In the meantime, it seems Microsoft continues to work on the rumored flagship and has solved one design problem.
The Surface Phone prototype is rumored to have a 5.5" QHD display, up to 6GB of RAM, the Snapdragon 835 and Quick Charge 4.0.
Microsoft Flow has been updated with several new services, including Stripe, Informix, and UserVoice. Several new features are also available, including improved email handling, local or network file system support, and the ability to search by service.
Windows 10 will support AVIF image files from the release of the 19H1 branch, with support coming to File Explorer and Paint.
The photos come from a well-known source for smartphone leaks in China. A Microsoft tag on its back calling it Surface Phone give them a real look, but the outdated Carl Zeiss branding reveals that they are just mock ups.