Microsoft is adding Bing to Skype (but not Teams) as well as the mobile Bing and Edge apps.
Stories by Mark Hachman
Microsoft's balance sheet from the first quarter of 2022 tells a familiar tale: cloud revenues up, PCs struggle. But this time, PCs are really, really, suffering, as is Surface.
Microsoft has posted notifications on its digital download pages for Windows 10 Home, Pro, and Workstation stating that it will stop selling Windows 10 licences at the end of January.
Analyst firms Gartner and IDC reported that PC sales plunged, thanks to inflation and demand that had already been satisfied in the years before.
It's not clear how many consumers actually prefer to use Microsoft Teams outside of work, but that hasn't stopped Microsoft from trying.
The US Federal Trade Commission is filing suit in an attempt to block Microsoft's proposed $69 billion acquisition of game developer Activision Blizzard.
Microsoft is placing additional limits on the amount of data users can store in OneDrive, beginning in February and removing a significant anonymity feature shortly thereafter.
Windows on Arm PCs are closely tied to Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors, which will be overhauled with technology acquired from a company called Nuvia.
Microsoft is preparing to add "Moments" to its Windows 11 release schedule, with unscheduled feature additions to Windows 11.
AMD will ship its next-generation Ryzen 7000 processors this quarter which means Ryzen 7000 will hit the streets by the end of September.
A new report says that Microsoft is moving to a three-year cadence for new versions of Windows, which would schedule Windows 12 to release on 2024.
Microsoft said Monday that it's using AI to improve Microsoft Teams calls further, with better two-way voice, echo cancellation, and smoother screen sharing.
If images begin to look sharper on Microsoft Edge compared to other browsers, there's a reason for that.
Shipments of desktop PC CPUs fell by more than 30 per cent during the first quarter of 2022 -- the largest drop in desktop CPU sales in history.
AMD reported record revenues for the first quarter of 2022, largely shrugging off concerns of chip shortages that have worried companies like Intel and Microsoft.
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