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Microsoft Promises More Windows 11 Features During Preview

Answering critics of Windows 11, Microsoft points out more features are planned for the new OS, with some arriving in preview.

Microsoft Viva Topics Leverages Project Alexandria for Parsing Documents With AI

Microsoft’s Project Alexandria has become an important part of Viva Topics, helping to parse documents for topics and links.

Microsoft’s GitHub Copilot Met with Backlash from Open Source Copyright Advocates

According to some critics, Microsoft’s recently announced GitHub Copilot breaches copyright by using open source code snippets.
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22% of Microsoft Employees Want Company to End Contract with ICE, Reveals Survey

A survey reveals that the majority of Microsoft employees don't want it to end or alter its controversial ICE contract, but the rest of the tech industry disagrees.

Microsoft Edge Roadmap Points to Busy Period of New Features

Microsoft has plenty of new features planned for Microsoft Edge, including the ability to launch the browser as a PWA.

Microsoft Azure: All the News From Microsoft Inspire 2021

Microsoft Azure got a bunch of announcements at Inspire 2021, including Azure API Management in Azure Event Grid and Smart Defaults in AKS.

Microsoft Snaps Up Cloud Security Firm RiskIQ for $500 Million

RiskIQ provides cloud security for major organizations globally and will join the Microsoft Security platform moving forward.

Windows 11 To Have Yearly Updates as Microsoft Ditches Windows 10 Schedule

Microsoft will not send out twice yearly updates for Windows 11 as it did with Windows 10, reverting back to annual releases.

Microsoft Viva Gets New Partner Integrations and Developer Tools

During day one of Inspire 2021, Microsoft introduced new features for its Microsoft Viva employee experience service.
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Microsoft Extends NEC Collaboration into Multi-Year Strategic Partnership

Microsoft and NEC have been collaborating for 40 years and are now working on cloud solutions driven by Azure, AI, and 5G.

Microsoft Rolls Out Windows 10 21H2 Preview Update

The latest preview for Windows 10 21H2 is Insider build 19044.1147 which adds features for Windows IoT Enterprise users.

Microsoft Tackled Trickbot with Ground-Level Router Replacement

Microsoft went to the hardware source to thwart the Trickbot malware by actively replacing routers across Latin America.

Samsung Exynos 2200 with AMD mRDNA GPU Tech Details Leak Online

Samsung’s upcoming Exynos 2200 will have an AMD mRDNA GPU with six RDNA 2 Compute Units under the codename Pamir.

Windows 11 Will Get Google’s App Bundles Through Amazon’s Appstore

Amazon says its Appstore will support Google’s new App Bundles feature, which will benefit Windows 11 Android app support.
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Windows 10 Registry Vulnerability Could Leave PCs Exposed

A new flaw in Windows Registry on Windows 10 allows low privilege access, but it is unclear which PCs are affected.
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Windows Hello Can be Fooled by Fake Camera Images

Hackers can use fake infra-red camera images to bypass Windows Hello authentication, with just two frames needed.

Microsoft: DirectStorage API Provides Exclusive Benefits on Windows 11

While Microsoft will continue to include the DirectStorage API on Windows 10 PCs, but Windows 11 will have more benefits.

Windows 11 Supports 120Hz Displays Via Dynamic Refresh Rate

Dynamic Refresh Rate (DRR) allows Windows 11 to automatically adjust the display refresh rate on screens with 120Hz or higher.

Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability Arrives to Give Organizations Control Over their Environmental Impact

Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability is a new vertical cloud solutions launched at Inspire 2021. It provides environmental management tools to organizations.
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Microsoft Survey Shows Online Civility is Declining During the Pandemic

The internet, hardly a place where respect and friendliness are obvious. Microsoft says online civility continues to fall during the pandemic.