A cloud gaming unit will boldly seek out new publisher and developer partners
And Redmond is offering big money for those who find them
Firm's researchers claim significant 'world's first'
Sigh. Seems the naming department is on annual leave again
Second-gen smart displays will likely be unveiled at Build in May
Nanny State Redmond is back
Outlook for Web users bemoan Outlook's lacking featureset
Microsoft's always-on AI assistant is a security risk, claim researchers
Which raises more questions than it answers
The Switch really switched things up for the once-ailing Japanese company
Coming to a Visual Studio near you
But it's bad news for owners of the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P
But it may be the buyers that need educating...
One of us... one of us...
Working properly at all would be a start
Even Microsoft's mild threats can't persuade users to upgrade
Patch for Skylake-powered Windows 10 machines is available now
Firm continues its Linux love-in with Canonical partnership
Tech luminary shows off his salty side
We could be on the brink of a quantum computing era
Hints at potential for a Surface Phone to pull smartphone and desktop duties
It's too hard to fix the old version and now the new one doesn't work
Despite Microsoft's earlier promise of 'affordable' mobile devices
Firm claims devices will allow 'untethered VR from anywhere in the world'
But, er, doesn't say when they'll be available to buy
Firm has also binned live tile updates and 'Find my phone'
DRM extracted data from computers running pirated versions of the game
Redmond says 'the fix is more complex than initially anticipated'
550 brands are supported thanks to the link up
If the Microsoft can't see the BSOD, then the BSOD can't find it either
Wha...? But... he... what? We can't even...
Now there's fast, and there's even faster
Firm pushes out patches for more than 55 vulnerabilities
Redmond wants users on the road to Windows 10
Firms look to reduce number o cyberattacks stemming from bad passwords
Your mother's maiden name has no place here
Let other professionals write your CV for you. They'll never know
The backlash begins
How about someone makes America's security service secure again
IDC claims slates have been 'relegated to simple media consumption devices'
S, Sir? I can boogie
Free's a jolly good fellow
Genius move, or biggest own goal yet?
Is now such a known problem it's been dubbed 'Flickergate' with its own website
...at least not according to Netmarketshare
Ensures users will always get the latest edition