Microsoft updates customers on new features due later this half of the year, including password monitoring and vertical tab layouts.
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Intel has successfully trained its “Loihi” neuromorphic chip as a sort of artificial nose, identifying the scents of ten different hazardous chemicals.
The Linux kernel and any updates to it within Windows 10's Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 will now be handled via Windows Update.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has stepped down from Microsoft's board of directors to pursue his work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Microsoft has responded to COVID-19by making its paid collaboration tool, Microsoft Teams, free for six months.
Dell declined to factor in the coronavirus into its upcoming earnings guidance, but said that CPU shortages still haven't totally alleviated.
An unauthorised video published by WalkingCat appears to reveal "Peek," a feature of the upcoming Surface Duo Android phone from Microsoft.
The current version of Microsoft Edge adds a new feature that can block PUAs - Potentially Unwanted Applications - like cryptominers and adware.
Lenovo ushers in the Ryzen 4000 Mobile generation with a top-to-bottom refresh of its ThinkPad laptop line.
Some users say that the Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 has begun spontaneously developing cracks in the screen, leading them to call upon Microsoft to look into it.
A report from Petri says both the Surface Book 3 and the Surface Go 2 could debut at a Microsoft event in New York.
Microsoft hasn't yet released Windows 10 20H1 (version 2004) yet. But we have a preview of what new features you can expect.
Microsoft's latest reorganization reportedly sees chief product officer Panos Panay taking control of Windows and Surface development, as Windows experience chief Joe Belfiore moves to Office.
Quarantines associated by the coronavirus in Wuhan, China, are slowing down LCD production for TVs and PC displays.
Cloud, cloud, cloud, followed by Office, gaming, Surface and then Windows: By now, Microsoft has laid out its priorities.