Say hello to their lil friend
TLDR; Azure gets a load of AI smarts and Kinect is back, baby
Now you can add 'schizophrenia' to the bug list in Windows 10
The first bit of Build love is a huge payout for using the Windows Store
Or Chrome is borking Windows, depending on your point of view
Delay explained as wanting 'right, not right now'
30 days to comply or... something
Some of it is actually useful
But you get the feeling they'd still rather you went for 365
Microsoft has been asked to stop data collection within 15 days
'Multi-milion pound' deal will help NHS Digital respond to attacks
Long-awaited Spring Update will be available as a free download
11th hour Microsoft promise is kept
Firm's profits soared 35 per cent to $7.4bn during the three-month period
Eric Lundgren tried to tackle computer waste by breaking Windows copyright and licences
But there is a new 'Skip Ahead' build...
But then again....
Firm hammers yet another nail into Windows Phone's coffin
Delayed version is on bland. Sorry, brand
But the company's rejection rate hit an all-time-high of 17 per cent
The first part of Office has gone exclusively UWP
34 major tech firms all agree to work together to defend against hackers
The unsophisticated malware looks more like a trolling attempt than a clever cyber attack
Basically, it didn't work. So that's cleared that up
Telemetry and memory scanning tech aims to increase security at a silicon level
It's a tactic for dealing with their insecurities
Attackers are using unpatched servers to mine Electroneum
Microcode updates cover products dating as far back as 2011
Majority fix vulns in browsers and browser-related technologies
Springs's forward falls back
Firm regulates the way that customers can use its AI tech
As updates go, it's a bit meh
It's a techie dose of nostalgia
It can't be an advert, because Microsoft would never do that...
But is it enough?
The future is tab shaped
Avoid totes awks moments
Simplifies the process of working with real-world data, apparently
Enabled any process to read the complete memory contents at 'gigabytes per second'
We not ****ing you, it's a genuine policy change
Faces an uphill struggle in new markets
Privacy advocates aren't impressed as the data sharing goes both ways
Doesn't speak volumes for feedback on the UWP version
Linux and Honolulu FTW
All it needs is a hardware vendor and you've got yourself a triad. Ahem
Firm has learned nothing about anti-competitive strong-arming