Router makers are failing at almost all aspects of network security, from providing timely updates to using ancient Linux kernels with known vulnerabilities.
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Microsoft expects the update to be sent out to affected devices within a few weeks.
Microsoft's decision to close its retail Microsoft Stores puts more pressure on Microsoft to develop a superior online presence, while pushing more support responsibilities onto consumers.
Mac users will have to choose between an X86 processor and Apple's own ARM silicon beginning this fall. Here's what Windows did wrong in expanding into ARM processors, and how Apple could learn from its mistakes.
If you see a version of Skype quietly disappear from Windows today, don’t be surprised: Microsoft’s finally taking action to clear Windows of some of its redundant software.
Build 20150 allows users to install the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 via a typed command and adds GPU compute support via Nvidia's CUDA.
Microsoft confirmed that its next Windows 10 feature release will be a minor update of bug fixes and performance improvements.
Microsoft is bidding to make Teams the platform for distance learning by adding a new 7x7 gallery view and deeper analytics for online participation.
TAITRA has rescheduled Computex for June 1-5, 2021, as coronavirus-related travel restrictions would have made it too difficult to attract attendees.
The low-power Intel Core processors with Intel Hybrid Technology, code-named Lakefield, will be used in thin-and-light PCs like the Samsung Galaxy Book S and the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold.
Microsoft says a recent patch solved an Always On, Always Connected bug that could cause affected devices to shut down or restart unexpectedly.
Intel has confirmed reports that Microsoft’s Windows 10 May 2020 Update is causing problems with certain types of Intel’s Optane memory.
Microsoft has begun replacing what it calls the "legacy" Microsoft Edge browser with its Chromium-based "new" Edge browser, via a Windows Update.
Some of Microsoft's premium Surface devices can't get the latest Windows 10 May 2020 Update, which was released last week.
Microsoft has pushed the Windows 10 May 2020 Update to its stable release channel, though users will have to manually request an update.
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