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Microsoft announces new Skype update, older clients to be shut down

Microsoft has been updating Skype with new features regularly and most of us have been happy with the overall Skype experience so far. Now Microsoft wants you to have a much better experience with Skype and this means installing a […]

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Microsoft Researchers are working on AI accuracy as it gets smarter each day

Artificial Intelligence has helped mankind to dream of doing things that would seem impossible just a decade ago. People nowadays are indulging more in using systems, built using technologies that directly engulfs Machine Learning. This calls for a need of […]

Microsoft Outlook for iOS gets new Add-Ins on 2nd Anniversary

Celebrating its second anniversary, Outlook Mobile now comes with a set of new add-ins. As per the official blog post, Outlook Mobile is now collaborating with companies like GIPHY, Evernote, Smartsheet, Nimble etc. to create some interesting add-ins for iOS. […]

Microsoft invites schools to participate in Microsoft Schools Program

Microsoft is finally inviting schools from all across the world to participate in their newly announced Microsoft Schools Program. This program is meant for schools aiming to integrate technology smoothly into their education process. Microsoft Schools Program Microsoft Schools are […]

Microsoft announces two new Xbox wireless controllers

Xbox has been Microsoft’s one and only bet on a gaming console and the company is taking the Xbox pretty seriously right from the beginning. Team Xbox has now announced two new Xbox One controller designs which will hit the […]

Xbox Live subscription prices in India set to be raised

Xbox Live Gold is your ticket to all the perks and services you need from Xbox Store.  As an Xbox Live Gold member, you get the most advanced multiplayer, bonus games, and exclusive member discounts in Xbox stores. The subscription […]

LinkedIn infrastructure chief Kevin Scott is now Microsoft CTO

It’s a well-known secret that Microsoft had been eying to buy LinkedIn since the last year or so. While the initial offer was pegged at $26.2 billion the deal only closed in late 2016, once the regulatory authorities nod was […]

OneDrive for Business gets new features for simplifying Syncing process

We are increasingly integrating the digital devices with our physical world. The amount of content produced today is growing exponentially, and so is our working relationships. To maintain a right balance and productivity in this scenario, it’s essential that people […]

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Microsoft extends Fast Track program for Windows 10 and Dynamics 365

In an effort to expand its cloud products business furthermore, Microsoft has announced a major update for its FastTrack program. Yes, beginning today, customers can use Fast Track program for migrating to Windows 10 and Dynamics 365. Earlier, the program […]

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Microsoft Beam2 is now live globally

Microsoft Beam2 Live is now available globally. After being in its Beta trial version for a few months, the major update to Beam is now available for users globally. Matt Salsa Mendi, co-founder of Beam, announced this major update via […]

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Microsoft to stop Security Only updates for Internet Explorer 11

Breaking away from the individual patches method, Microsoft introduced a new update approach called roll-up model for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 somewhere in 2016. The updates available in this new model included Security Monthly Quality Update (aka the Monthly Rollup), […]

Microsoft updates OneNote Class NoteBook, Learning tools and Office Lens

Microsoft has been striving hard lately to make OneNote Class Notebook one of the best teaching tools thus eventually allowing teachers and students to be productive. Microsoft has now launched updates for OneNote Class Notebook, Learning Tools, and Office Lens, […]

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Surface Studio gets its first batch of Firmware updates

Microsoft has rolled out several new updates for its flagship products – Microsoft Surface Studio. The company, however, makes it clear that updates will be released in stages. This means, not every Surface will receive the update at the same […]

Microsoft announces Data Science Utilities version 0.11

Data Scientists at Microsoft had announced an early public preview of Team Data Science Process (TDSP) in order to support secure collaboration within enterprise data science organization. With this, the TDSP would eventually help users structure their data and science […]

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Microsoft Azure and Office 365 gets DOD Level 5 PA

After finding security features of Microsoft cloud service satisfactory, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has granted DOD Level 5 PA accreditation to Microsoft Azure and Office 365  for handling controlled unclassified information (CUI). CUI, basically refers unclassified information that meets […]

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Microsoft Garage to open new locations

Microsoft Garage has amazed us with all the innovative stuff it has come out with so far. The impromptu innovation center from Microsoft lets its employees work on a side project and access Microsoft’s ocean of resources. This has let […]

Scalebound’s cancellation is a huge blow to the Xbox One

Microsoft’s video game line-up for the Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2017 is looking bleak after the company officially announced the cancellation of Scalebound. The title was first shown at E3 2014, and yet again in 2016. Before the […]

Windows VR Headsets from Acer, Dell and HP show up at CES 2017

Virtual Reality is the future of competing according to some, and that is why Microsoft has decided to take an interest in it. The company announced not too long ago that several of its partners are creating VR headsets for […]

CES 2017 unveils new line of Windows 10 Devices for gaming

You can get your hands on the latest gadgets and devices as the global consumer electronics and technology tradeshow CES is back this year with the best of laptops and TVs. Jumping the gun on the eve of Consumer Electronic Show […]

Microsoft helps Bing users stay and eat healthy this new year

Microsoft has been dedicatedly improving the Bing search engine and it was only a few weeks ago that it had reported about Bing’s Holiday features. Bing also hit the headlines after it allowed users to store media items and other […]

The Command Prompt is not going anywhere, clarifies Microsoft

A while ago there was a rumor that MS-DOS had met its death and an article in a widely read publication was quoted as follows, “Say goodbye to the MS-DOS command prompt.” Needless to say, the news caught pace and […]