Maybe. Or maybe something more benign
Says humans need to ensure that machines don't threaten our future
Firm will 'advocate the use, contribution and release' of open source software
Bug leaks whatever you type into the address bar
Microsoft will replace the product 'over time'
But you're battery life will probably still be crap
If it's popular, you might have to Qubit before you get it
Deal will see consistency across Apple products
No iPhones please, I'm Microsoft
But Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth doesn't agree
RSA wants to stop biased machines in their tracks
It's so close to the Apple Store, you'll be able to piggyback the WiFi
Four months after WannaCry, the danger is still huge
'World's most powerful console' will start shipping on 7 November
Under the Surface, another bootsy oopsy
Microsoft blames 'connectivity issues' for widespread borkage
At last, granular, by-the-app permissions
.NET flaw could allow hackers take full control of affected systems
That is all Windows needs
Microsoft's Surface boss Panos Panay will kick off Future Decoded event
What IS the freaking hold up?
But everything is definitely absolutely, completely FINE
Myerson confirms timeline, but doesn't confirm Timeline. See what we did there?
Which one will you be wearing at Christmas?
But maybe the question should be why they ever used them in the first place?
The stupid police are on their way
But noone has mentioned updates yet
Think fast, Cortana
Firm says that number of attacks tripled in the first quarter
And it could launch in October
Free movies promoted on Redmond pages
Microsoft knows words. It knows the best words
But souped-up console is already sold out at Amazon
Coming soon to a PC near you. Sick bags not provided, sadly
You would think after 17 years we'd have run out of knob gags, but no
It's justice, but it's creepy justice
The chips were down. Apparently.
Yet another new feature in the Fall Creators' Update
25 per cent of users will notice borkage within two years
Everyone is happy again, for now.
We're so excited we could burst
Monster bunch of fixes take aim at Adobe Acrobat and Flash
The finest Windows tablet around, but it'll cost you
Your positive feedback is really helping it out
Look into the eyes, don't look around the eyes, look into the eyes
Meanwhile the wibbly wobbly screen saga continues
Microsoft's migraine-inducing messaging app now supports P2P payments