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GitHub Goes down on Monday Morning, Leaving Developers Locked Out

GitHub confirmed Monday morning its service was down for thousands of users. A fix was found and is now rolling out.

HoloLens Competitor Magic Leap Names Microsoft Exec Peggy Johnson as Its New CEO

Peggy Johnson is leaving Microsoft to lead troubled Magic Leap, one of the first competitors of Microsoft’s HoloLens.
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Windows 10: How to Disable the Login Screen and Enable Auto Sign-In

Fed up with the lengthy boot process? We show you how to disable the login screen and lock screen in Windows 10 to enable auto sign-in functionality.

LinkedIn Will Stop Taking Apple iOS Clipboard Data Without Permission

LinkedIn was among a group of major apps found to be taking data from the iOS clipboard. The company says this caused by a bug.

AMD and Intel Announce Support for Windows 10 GPU Scheduling

Both AMD and Intel have confirmed their support for hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling, which is part of Windows Display Driver Model 2.7.

Upcoming WhatsApp Update Adds Animated Stickers and 8 Video Call Participants

WhatsApp has confirmed an update that will add numerous new features across platforms, including a Dark Mode and QR code expansion.

Microsoft’s Your Phone to Get Image Management

Microsoft is working on a feature for its Your Phone app that will let users browse and manage images from their smartphone to PC.

Microsoft Begins Move Away from SharePoint Workflows

SharePoint Workflows will reach end-of-support for SharePoint 2010 Online this year, and will be deprecated on SharePoint 2013 Online.
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Microsoft Tweaks Sales and Support for New Fiscal Year

Microsoft has begun its now traditional yearly reorganization, this time with a focus on its sales and support businesses.

Microsoft Updates OneDrive for Business, Admin, and Consumer Users

Microsoft has revealed an extensive update for OneDrive that covers Microsoft 365 users across several usage bases.

Microsoft Confirms Xbox Series X Game Showcase for July 23

As well as highlighting exclusive Xbox Series X games, Microsoft could reveal the Xbox Series S and price details for the consoles.

Windows Calculator Receives Graphing Mode for Windows 10 Version 2004

Microsoft has announced Graphing Mode for Windows Calculator is now widely available on the latest Windows 10 version.

Microsoft Seizes Domains Related to Office 365 Phishing Attacks

Microsoft obtained a court order to thwart phishing attacks against unsuspecting Office 365 users during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kaizala Pro Integration with Microsoft Teams Has Been Delayed

Microsoft says Kaizala Pro won’t fold into Microsoft Teams this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Microsoft Confirms Windows Codecs Library Zero-Day Flaws

Microsoft has confirmed two Windows 10 vulnerabilities related to Windows Codecs Library and is working on a fix.

Microsoft ALT: A New Website to Highlight Microsoft Research Projects

Microsoft ALT is a new website that showcases in-depth several projects from Microsoft Research that are driving innovation.
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Windows 10: How to Turn Your Windows PC into a WiFi Hotspot

If you need to create an ad-hoc network, you can do it on Windows 10. Read on to easily create a shareable wireless internet connection in Windows.

Microsoft Introduces New Windows 10 Start Menu Experience

Microsoft’s promised overhaul of the Windows 10 Start menu is now in testing, replacing Live Tiles for Fluent Design icons.
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Microsoft Project Freta Promises to Stop Azure Malware

Project Freta is a Microsoft Research “technology demonstration” that is a virtual-machine (VM) forensics platform that stops malware.

Microsoft Surface Duo: Your Phone Update and Panos Panay Tease Point to Upcoming Launch

It seems the Surface Duo could launch in August and Microsoft has already prepared its Your Phone app for the smartphone.