Microsoft Open Sources Its 3D Emoji For Creators
Microsoft is open sourcing more than 1,500 of its 3D emoji, making them accessible for creators to remix and build upon. Almost all of Microsoft’s 1,538 emoji library will be available on Figma and GitHub in a move that Microsoft hopes will encourage more creativity…
Microsoft Unveils New Solutions For Threat Intelligence, Attack Surface Management
Microsoft has announced two new security products that will provide deeper context into threat actor activity and help organizations lock down their infrastructure and reduce their overall attack surface. The new products are Microsoft Defender Threat Intelligence and Microsoft Defender External Attack Surface Management. “Microsoft…
Microsoft Not To Ban Commercial Open Source Apps On Windows Store
Microsoft on Tuesday decided not to implement a policy to ban developers from selling open source software on Windows Store.
Microsoft Retires Facial Recognition Tool That Identifies Emotions
Microsoft has announced to restrict public access to several of its AI-powered facial analysis tools, including retiring facial analysis tools that purport to infer emotional states and identity gender, age, smile, facial hair, hair and makeup.
Microsoft Blocked Windows 10 And Windows 11 Downloads In Russia
Microsoft has blocked the download of Windows 10 and Windows 11 ISOs and installation tools in Russia, with no reason for the block provided by the company.
Microsoft Defender Now Available For Individuals, Families
As cyber threats become more sophisticated, Microsoft has announced the availability of its online security application ‘Microsoft Defender’ for individuals and families.
Microsoft Remote Desktop For iOS Can Now Dynamically Switch Orientations
Microsoft has recently rolled out an update for its Remote Desktop app on iOS that focuses on dynamically switching between landscape and portrait orientations.
How To Pause And Disable Windows 11 Updates
You can’t stop updates altogether, but you can pause them. There is also a way to disable updates, but it, too, is not permanent. If you want to hold off in case of any potential glitches or would rather put them off as long as possible, here is how to adjust your settings.
Microsoft Edge May Soon Let Users Open Links In Web Apps
Microsoft is reportedly working on a new feature for its Edge browser that will make Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) and web apps feel more native.
Microsoft Seized Russian Domains Targeting Ukrainian Media Organizations
According to Microsoft, Russian spies used these sites to target Ukrainian media outlets, as well as foreign policy think tanks and government institutions located in the US and the European Union.
Microsoft’s New Windows 11 Tools To Improve Virtual Meetings
Microsoft has unveiled several system-wide features designed to improve virtual meetings on Windows 11.
Microsoft Acquires Data Process Mining Vendor Minit
Microsoft has announced to acquire Minit, a leader in process mining technology, for an undisclosed sum.
Microsoft Acquires AI Giant Nuance For $16 Billion
Microsoft has completed its $19.7 billion of Nuance, a company that specializes in artificial intelligence that also has a strong foothold in the medical industry.
Microsoft Adds All-New Touch-Friendly Taskbar To Windows 11 Test Build
Microsoft has started testing a new taskbar for tablets that would only display key information like the time, date, network, and battery status.
Windows 11 Adoption Happening Twice As Fast As Windows 10
In October 2021, Microsoft released Windows 11 to the masses and now new data has revealed that more people are upgrading to Windows 11.
European Consumer Watchdog Forces Microsoft To Fairly Charge Xbox Gamers
An investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in Europe has forced Microsoft to provide more transparent, upfront information to help customers understand their Xbox gaming console membership and refund customers if it charged them for inactive subscriptions.