Microsoft Windows bug patched — after 20 years

A Windows bug has been putting computer users in potential danger for almost 20 years. After much delay, Microsoft has…

2 months ago

Microsoft HoloLens 2 is official: Everything you need to know

Microsoft has unveiled the HoloLens 2, the second iteration of its standalone augmented reality headset. Here’s an exclusive look inside…

7 months ago

Microsoft: No more updates for OS using SHA-1 encryption

SHA-1 encryption was determined to be ineffective 14 years ago. Microsoft is finally taking steps to eliminate it once and…

7 months ago

Cryptojacking applications discovered in Microsoft Store

If you downloaded certain apps from the Microsoft Store recently, you may be unwittingly a pawn in a cryptojacking scheme.

8 months ago

We need to reignite innovative tech (Are you listening, Microsoft?)

What does it take to create innovative technology nowadays? Good old-fashioned courage. Hey Apple, and especially you, Microsoft — are…

8 months ago

Microsoft Graph: Everything developers need to know

Microsoft Graph allows developers to build custom apps using a unified programmability model. Here’s more on why this program should…

9 months ago

Microsoft Patch Tuesday for December squashes some nasty bugs

You didn’t think Microsoft would forget you just because it’s the holiday season? The Microsoft Patch Tuesday for December has…

10 months ago

It’s nothing personal: The decline and fall of the PC empire

The Romans had a good run: Their empire lasted 500 years. But with PC sales down, Microsoft’s domination of the…

10 months ago

On-demand videos released from Microsoft Ignite 2018 conference

Microsoft has released on-demand videos from Microsoft Ignite 2018. Whether you attended the show or not, you can get caught…

11 months ago

Zero-day Windows Deletebug: How to squash this ‘low-quality' pest

Windows Deletebug, a newly discovered zero-day vulnerability, is not easy to exploit, but IT admins shouldn’t take this pest lightly.

12 months ago