Cloud, cloud, cloud, followed by Office, gaming, Surface and then Windows: By now, Microsoft has laid out its priorities.
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The report alleges that Avast and AVG are collecting personal information and sending it to Jumpshot, a subsidiary of the company.
Researchers claim that the latest side-channel exploit against Intel processors can be used to leak a targeted set of data.
Intel reports record fourth quarter 2019 revenue as it works through a complex transition involving 10nm Core processors.
On February 11, Microsoft will begin its ramp-up to Windows 10X and dual-screen devices by shipping a Windows 10X emulator to app developers.
Gartner predicts that sales of PCs, tablets, and smartphones will slowly drop through 2022, as the Windows 7 to Windows 10 transition ends.
Google laid out a timeline to wind down Google Chrome Apps, starting in June of this year. Chrome extensions, however, will live on.
Microsoft offered details of how it will roll out the new Edge browser to consumer PCs, a process that will take several months to complete.
Microsoft and the NSA have confirmed that a flaw in the Windows 10 cryptography system could allow malware to pose as legitimate applications.
IDC and Gartner have reported that the PC market grew during the fourth quarter of 2019 and for the full year.
Researcher Brian Krebs is reporting that a major vulnerability affecting Windows' CryptoAPI service could allow malware to hide as a legitimate app.
Beginning Wednesday, January 15, Microsoft will begin quietly replacing the Edge browser on your PC with an entirely new version.
Microsoft says it will add push-to-talk features to Microsoft Teams with Walkie Talkie, one of several new Teams features for front-line workers like cashiers.
PCs running Microsoft's Windows 7 exit support in January 2020. Here are your options, from staying put to upgrading.
Microsoft says it will phase out and eventually kill the Windows 10 People app, because apparently no one used it.