Last year, Microsoft announced several commitments to address racial inequities. Among those was a commitment to establishing strategies to strengthen Black and Brown communities.
That’s when Microsoft created the Nonprofit Tech Acceleration... Read More
The new offer – Azure for Operators – is said to “provide operators with the agility they need to rapidly innovate and experiment with new 5G services on a programmable network.”
There are a lot of moving parts here and the story... Read More
Late Monday evening, we got our first purported look at the Xbox Series S, the long-rumored cheaper version of Microsoft’s upcoming next-gen Xbox Series X console, and if that $299 price is the real deal, it could just be Microsoft’s ace in the... Read More
Cloud gaming remains one of the mobile industry’s most exciting and highly anticipated use cases. The success of this next generation gaming method depends on low latency and high-speed data rates over a smooth, fast internet connection – but... Read More
Microsoft this week detailed its legal efforts to seize domains related to a “sophisticated, new phishing scheme” that’s taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to attack customers in 62 countries.
“Our civil case has... Read More
Xbox may be interested in buying the company behind Batman: Arkham Knight, Mortal Kombat, and the Lego game series.
AT&T has reportedly been considering selling off Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, which it wholly owns as part of... Read More
Earlier this week, Microsoft unveiled a new global digital skills initiative in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the wave of job losses worldwide.
The initiative was launched in partnership with LinkedIn Learning and GitHub. It offers a range... Read More
Spike Lee will participate in a live conversation about his 1989 film, Do the Right Thing, on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET. The discussion will stream on American Film Institute (AFI) Movie Club’s YouTube channel.
American Film Institute... Read More
Facebook provided millions of North American users a great method to leave the platform, and now it applies to the whole world.
Facebook’s Data Transfer Project (DTP) tool is now available to all users worldwide, providing billions of users... Read More
If you haven’t yet tried Microsoft’s new Edge Chromium browser, where have you been?
Okay. To be fair, since it launched in January, users were forced to manually install it. From this week, Microsoft is now pushing it to users via... Read More
Now that working from home is the norm, video conferences are becoming the de facto way to meet. Here’s how to create Microsoft Teams meetings directly from within Outlook, without having to book them through the Teams app.
To create Teams... Read More
With armies of people now working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations everywhere are scrambling for software that supports videoconferencing, remote team collaboration, virtual classrooms and other activities.
The scale and... Read More
Microsoft is making the news for hiring humans to listen to conversations. This time, Vice has revealed that the company’s contractors listened to Xbox conversations too, all in the name of improving the console’s AI... Read More
The flames of a long standing war between Microsoft and Apple were fanned on when the former released an ad featuring the favorable opinions of an Australian man called Mackenzie “Mac” Book.
“We asked Mac Book to compare Surface Laptop 2 to... Read More
Microsoft has announced that it is working on a next-generation Xbox Console that is four times more powerful than the Xbox One X, currently titled Project Scarlett. It will come with enough processing and graphic power to handle 8K and will also... Read More