This new RS5 build comes with a new list of known issues, this time affecting Windows Mixed Reality, Narrator, Remote Desktop, as well as Windows Sets.
The Twitter PWA on Windows 10 recently picked up both the ability to upload videos and also see a profile card with a hover
Microsoft's Brad Rossetti just announced today that the feature is now going offline, and will return in the next few weeks.
The preview build 17741 is bringing more minor fixes and improvements today, and Microsoft highlighted that it's now easier than ever to get started with the Your Phone app with a new desktop pin that will take you directly to it.
Microsoft is adding a new Archive feature to its new cross-platform Skype app, for the times when you want to hide conversations instead of deleting them.
As usual, there’s lots happening in the tech world, and not all of it involves Microsoft. Of course, there was some big cross platform news that did involve Microsoft and Amazon, as the long awaited connection between Alexa and Cortana is finally live in preview.
Microsoft announced that it has fixed an issue preventing Office 365 users to log in or activating their Office 365 subscription.
Microsoft Edge Beta on Android is also getting book annotations, breaking news alerts, and other features from the iOS version.
After a busy Build 2018 conference last week, Microsoft today released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 17672 to the desktops of Skip Ahead and Fast Ring Insiders across the world. This build is fairly minor compared to prior releases,
Microsoft has released another Redstone 5 build to Windows Insiders in the Fast and Skip Ahead rings, this one clocking it at version # 17672. Insiders have been able to get to downloading the build since right at 10:00 am Pacific Time, but for whatever reason a blog post is a bit tardy,
This week’s Patch 1.0.7 for Sea of Thieves is apparently causing some issues with the game, which forced Rare to announce the removal of some new features this morning.
IBM is going for a major push with its new big data crunching Power8 technology, twinned with the muscle of the OpenPower Foundation.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/04/24/ibm-unveils-power8-processors-to-challenge-intels-x86-server-dominance/
Veniam, a company that leverages moving vehicles to bring more complete wireless Internet to municipalities, today announced that it has raised a $4.9 million Series A round of funding led by True Ventures, and participated in by Union Square Ventures.
The Australian parliament's internal Internet filter was on the side of right, when it gave former prime minister Kevin Rudd's website the classification of "weapons" and subsequently blocked it.See also: Australia's former leader gives TED talk on China, includes dad jokesMaiy Azize,