The Mozilla Foundation has unveiled a Thunderbird-style email client for Android called K-9 Mobile while also evaluating the idea of an iOS version.
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Microsoft announced the final build for Windows 11 22H2 is now available through its beta channel, enabling IT shops to test it on qualified systems.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has delivered an ultimatum to the two companies’ white-collar workers: get back in the corporate office or face firing.
Microsoft is pulling back on hiring tech talent for its Windows, Office and Teams chat and conferencing software groups.
After telling employees they had to be in the office three days a week beginning May 23, Apple has softened its position.
A group calling itself Apple Together published an open letter to Apple executives calling on them to change the company's back-to-work policy.
Though some companies are insisting workers return full-time to offices, the practice could result in a major exodus of workers seeking flexibility.
Microsoft plans to launch Windows Autopatch service for enterprise users with Windows 10 or Windows 11 Enterprise E3 licences.
New data from Lansweeper, an asset manager software provider, shows the uptake of Windows 11 at just 1.44 per cent of all systems.
Microsoft has made a flurry of announcements about new features in Windows 11, saying the tweaks are designed to better support hybrid work environments.
Windows 11, which launched six months go, appears to be flatlining in terms of uptake in the month of March, according to one data source.
Instead of forcing employees to choose between work and a personal life, companies are pushing work-life integration, effectively blurring the lines between the two. The end game? Results matter more than punching a time clock.
With AirPlay support, users will be able to wirelessly connect to share content or mirror screens in a meeting — even while driving a car.
Business travel revenue is expected to return to normal by the end of 2024. But how workers participate in this will be very different.
China has locked down key cities as it deals with its biggest COVID-19 outbreak which will affect not only tech manufacturing but container shipments.