Microsoft and Sony have announced an agreement to develop AI solutions in Azure for gaming and entertainment purposes.
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Microsoft’s Surface Pro 6 and Surface Book 2 will get a new configuration, bringing 16GB of RAM to the Intel Core i5 variants.
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Available for free on iOS and Android, Minecraft Earth allows users to play Minecraft through mixed reality, combining virtual with real-world environments.
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Microsoft is making Azure AD passwords more secure by increasing the character limit from the previous restrictive 16 limit.
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The latest Windows 10 20H1 preview has introduced disk naming within the Task Manager Performance tab for Insiders.
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Despite a flurry of Project Campfire development last year, Google has opted not to move forward with Windows 10 dual-boot on Chromebooks.
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Outlook for Android users can quickly add contacts from business cards, view organization structure without leaving the app, and get notifications only from select contacts.
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Homeland Security's CISA division says third-party partners have been configuring cloud-based Office 365 installs incorrectly, opening them to a wider attack surface.
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A major exploit for older versions of Microsoft's OS has caused the tech giant to patch Windows XP. Without the mitigations, it could be used to spread malware between devices.
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Microsoft's May 2019 patch Tuesday fixes critical flaws across a number of applications, including Word, Flash Player, and SharePoint. In some cases, attackers can execute code remotely.
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