Microsoft Edge is currently being developed to work with Apple’s M1 chip, the first ARM CPU the company has ever made.
Microsoft’s recent fix for an anti-cheat bug in Windows 10 April 2019 Update previews was only partial and the platform will release with potential to cause BSOD crashes.
All Microsoft Teams users can now build their low code own Power Apps and Power Virtual Agents within the platform.
Microsoft Pluton has finally been launched. This security chip is supported by Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm next generation laptops.
Minecraft's new menus will roll out to Xbox One, Windows 10, Switch, and VR, taking user designs into account to craft a bespoke UI for each platform.
Microsoft MileIQ is updating this week with a couple of cool new features and support for the latest version of Google’s Android.
The software giant is seeking more clarity in the United States and reform of international cooperation laws regarding data transfer.
Microsoft seems to be already working on the so called Redstone Update for Windows 10. Some Insiders are reportedly seeing an "rs1_release" branch within the Windows 10 Update settings.
Windows 10 Preview build 20262 is now available for Windows Insiders on the Dev channel, brining several important fixes to the 21H1 branch.
GitHub is no longer threatening user bans and has restored the YouTube-dl video download tool following recent controversy.
The new red Xbox controller will be available January 10th for US$64.99 on the Microsoft Store. With the white, blue and green classic Xbox One controllers, gamers have now four color options available.
Microsoft says its Zoom competitor Skype Meet Now is now reaching all Windows 10 users on versions 20H2 and older.
Speakers of 10 Indic languages can now use the phonetic keyboard on Windows 10 and receive suggestions in their language.
A new attack called LidarPhone could give hackers a passage into robot vacuums to listen to conversations of homeowners.
Minecraft's Bedrock Edition has scored a major update that brings several features out of experimental mode while introducing new creatures and items.
Microsoft has announced the Surface Neo, a dual-screen device powered by the new Windows 10X experience and due to launch next year.
The People App has ditched Fluent Design elements but integrated a better layout and more features. It's unclear if the changes will make it into the next major Windows update.