Turned mentioned in a court case
New unredacted documents from Microsoft’s court battle with the FTC have accidentally been made available online, revealing details of Vole’s new Xbox Series X console.
No one ever picks us for teams
Apple and Microsoft, the most valuable companies in the US, have argued some of their flagship services are insufficiently popular to be designated "gatekeepers" under landmark new EU legislation designed to curb the power of Big Tech.
"Home-based" software was Volish open source code
A Guangdong-based state-backed enterprise in charge of e-government projects in the Southern Chinese province has apologised after admitting that its "home-developed" software was based on open-source code from US tech giant Microsoft.
These are getting more frequent
Microsoft seems to be having a problem with its latest update with users suddenly getting UNSUPPORTED_PROCESSOR Blue Screens.
Photos, Snipping Tool, and Paint will get it
Microsoft might be bringing AI capabilities to a handful of Windows 11 apps, including Photos, Snipping Tool, and Paint.
After everyone in the world said it was OK
The red-faced UK Competition and Markets Authority has made a rare move to put Microsoft’s $69 billion Activision Blizzard acquisition back on the table.
Everything purchased will still be accessible
Software King of the World, Microsoft will close its Xbox 360 digital store next July, though anything purchased will still be accessible.
This is a repeat of 1995
Microsoft is repeating a memo that Sir William Gates III wrote about the internet in 1995 only this time it is talking about AI.
Terms and condition change
Software King of the World Microsoft is bringing in five new changes to its terms and conditions to handle AI.