2021-02-28 01:04    2021-02-28 04:23

Windows 10 news recap: Windows 10X may be marketed as “the new Windows”, could be making closer ties

Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system. Microsoft may market upcoming Windows 10X as “The New Windows” New leaks suggest that Windows 10X,

Microsoft news recap: Digital Marketing Center launches, Halo TV gets new 2022 release window, and m

Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee,

Dev type stories: The good, bad and ugly on my Windows Development journey – Part 2

This is a four part piece article is a feature story on my Windows Development journey; the good, bad and ugly. This is Part 2 of my bad Windows development journey with the launch of failed two video games from Transparent Machines teaser hype to the bad launch of Hinder video game.  

Microsoft co-founder CEO Bill Gates explains why he keeps using Android phones

Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft is still using Android, just like the majority of smartphone users. In a recent interview with CNBC and NYT journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin, the tech industry legend explained why Android remains his mobile operating system of choice.

Microsoft Edge Canary now lets users delete multiple passwords at once

Microsoft is currently experimenting with a new feature for its Edge browser, which will allow users to delete multiple saved passwords at once. This capability is available in the Edge Canary build 90.0.807.0, as spotted by Reddit user Leopeva64-2.

Microsoft is adding new AI-based capabilities to Polls in Teams meetings

Microsoft Teams is slated to get a host of new capabilities to improve the new built-in Polls feature in meetings, according to an update to the Microsoft 365 roadmap. These updates have been designed to enhance the Teams meeting experience and make virtual meetings more productive and engaging.

Microsoft may market upcoming Windows 10X as “The New Windows”

Windows 10X, Microsoft’s Windows-based Chrome OS alternative is expected to make its debut on education-focused devices very soon, and the company may market it as "The New Windows."

Dev type stories: The good, bad and ugly on my Windows Development journey – Part 1

This is a four part piece feature story on my Windows Development journey; the good, bad and ugly. This is Part 1 of my Windows development journey with the launch of Topen News Hub to Central News app. I have been a developer for seven years using Javascript and C# on Visual Studio for UWP […]

343 Industries shares new details and images of Halo Infinite’s campaign

343 Industries published yesterday the second blog post of its new “Inside Infinite” series of monthly updates, and this time the developer has focused on the game’s single player campaign set on Zeta Halo.

Alien’s Ripley and Xenomorph come to the Fortnite video game on Xbox and other platforms

Epic Games really aren’t holding back with their crossover characters this year. Players have already been given the opportunity to add Green Arrow, The Flash, The Terminator, Sarah Connor, The Predator,

Microsoft To Do app updates on Android with fixes for missing lists and other bugs

The Android version of Microsoft To Do updated today to Version 2.38.181. This latest update didn’t add any new features but it did squash a number of bugs that were causing lists to go missing, the app to crash, and a number of other issues. Here’s the full release notes: We have fixed the bug […]

Star Wars: Squadrons and NFL 21 coming to Xbox Game Pass and EA Play next month

March is going to be a good month for EA fans with both Star Wars: Squadrons and Madden NFL 21 coming to the EA Play subscription service and, as a result of EA Play being part of Xbox Game Pass, to Xbox Game Pass as well. The Madden NFL 21 video game is set to […]

[Update, it is back!] Xbox Live has been down for hours, with users unable to play digital games or

Update and edit: 9:32 PM ET: Xbox Live is back after a six-hour outage. Users should now be able to sign-in complete purchases and join chat sessions. You can see an edited version of our original article below, but keep aware there might still be issues on Xbox 360.

Microsoft rumored to be getting cozier with AMD for Surface Laptop 4 release

Microsoft has been mum on the release of a Surface Laptop 4, let alone the existence of the device at all. The global pandemic had put traditional hardware release schedules on their heads in 2020 and as a result,

Outlook on the web is getting a new app bar with quick access to Microsoft 365 apps

Outlook on the web is getting a redesigned app bar next month with new shortcuts to frequently used Microsoft 365 apps like Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, and Yammer.

President Biden wants to investigate semiconductor shortage affecting PS5 and Xbox Series X|S produc

President Biden is willing to address the semiconductor shortage that has been affecting various industries since the beginning of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, and he has now signed an executive order to start a 100-day review of the semiconductor production pipeline

Microsoft Teams meetings will now prioritize participants with video feeds

Microsoft announced today that a recent update has enabled a new Video only Meeting stage experience in Teams. This new view automatically fills the meeting layout with video-only participants even if they aren't active speakers.

AdDuplex: October 2020 Update is now running on 20% of Windows 10 PCs

The Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2) continues its slow but steady growth in AdDuplex’s latest survey for the month of February. In the pool of over 80,000 PCs surveyed by the ad network this month, 20% of them were running the latest version of Windows 10 (up 3.2%).

Microsoft To Do now supports list sharing from personal accounts to work accounts

Last year, we reported that Microsoft To Do would soon support list sharing between personal and work accounts. The company began rolling out this update back in June 2020 before pausing it to incorporate user feedback. In a blog post today,

BioWare officially scraps plans to revamp and improve Anthem video game

Just over a year after announcing their plan to revitalize the Anthem video game, BioWare has decided to cease work on the Anthem Next initiative, essentially abandoning all plans for future content updates. The game’s live service,

Xbox Game Pass apps update on iOS and Android with improved language labelling

The iOS and Android version of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass apps both updated this week with some changes that make it easier to find titles and tell what languages each video game supports. Here’s the full release notes for the update which are identical for both iOS and Android devices:

Halo TV series moves from Showtime to Paramount+ with a new 2022 release window

Originally scheduled for a release sometime this year on Showtime, the upcoming Halo TV series has now officially made the move to the new Paramount+ streaming service and will instead debut sometime within the first quarter of 2022.

Google’s ChromeOS slid pass macOS as it encroached on Windows market share in 2020

The rising tide of PC sales during the pandemic helped lift the boats for Windows PC manufacturers, Apple MacBook sales, and even the adoption of ChromeOS. According to market research firm IDC,

Microsoft’s new Digital Marketing Center is a free alternative to Squarespace for small businesses

Microsoft announced today that it’s launching a new website creation service intended to help small businesses “expand their digital marketing efforts, allowing them to grow their business.

New optional patches are available for Windows 10 versions 20H2 and 2004

Microsoft has just released new optional patches for Windows 10 versions 20H2 and 2004 which include a couple of minor fixes. The updates will appear as “KB4601382″ in Windows Update, and the new bits address an issue with screen rendering after opening games with certain hardware configurations,

Office Insiders can now generate PowerPoint presentations from Word documents

Microsoft is adding a nifty new intelligent feature to Word on the web that will let users automatically convert text-based documents to PowerPoint presentations. This capability is currently rolling out in preview to Office Insiders (Targeted release customers),

Windows 10 Insider build 21322 is now available in the Dev Channel

Microsoft has just released the Windows 10 preview build 21322 for Insiders in the Dev Channel. This is a minor update that actually removes a couple of things such as the 3D Objects folder in File Explorer,

5 things the new Microsoft Edge does great that Google Chrome can’t

If you didn’t already know, Microsoft has a new Edge browser, and it’s a lot better than what we’ve now come to know as the “legacy” version of Microsoft Edge.

Google’s been lobbying for more scrutiny into Microsoft’s liability for SolarWinds hack

Over the past couple of years, Microsoft has attempted to put the screws to Google through public statements and private lobbying while the company fends off several antitrust cases globally. Fortunately, for Google,

Tasks in Planner and Microsoft Teams are getting support for up 25 labels and colors

At Ignite 2020, Microsoft announced a new set of capabilities coming to its task management tool, Microsoft Planner. The company detailed that it’s increasing the number of task labels and colors to 25. This update will start rolling out to the Planner app and Tasks in Teams in late February,

Cyberpunk 2077’s next patch has been delayed to next month

Cyberpunk 2077 developer CD Projekt won’t be able to ship the patch 1.2 for the game this month. A couple of minutes ago,

OneNote and Word for Web now lets users embed Pinterest pins

Microsoft has announced a new Pinterest integration for OneNote and Word on the web that lets users embed Pinterest pins directly into their documents. The new feature should be particularly beneficial for educators,

Microsoft launches three new cloud offerings for Financial Services, Manufacturing, and Nonprofits

Microsoft is launching today new industry-specific cloud offerings for Financial Services, Manufacturing, and Nonprofits. These industry clouds will bundle together APIs and industry-specific components with Microsoft’s own services such as Azure and Dynamics 365,

Minecraft Dungeons now runs at up to 4K/120 FPS on Xbox Series X|S consoles

Minecraft Dungeons is getting a new patch today that brings new endgame content and balance changes, alongside the release of a new paid DLCs named Flames of the Nether. Today’s patch also optimizes the dungeon crawler for Microsoft’s new Xbox Series X|S,

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano: Pushing Ultrabook expectations

Starting at $1,847.40 Intel’s Ultrabook push has been humming along at a successful clip for the last ten years as its requirements have reduced the weight of laptops, extended battery life, introduced new and modern I/O, and refined display technology for both creativity and consumption. However,

Microsoft’s upcoming acquisition of Bethesda could be delayed by class-action lawsuit over Fallout 4

Microsoft’s upcoming acquisition of Bethesda Softworks and its parent company ZeniMax Media could be delayed by a new class-action lawsuit over Fallout 4 DLCs. A new report from VentureBeat reveals today that the X-Law Group,

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