By ZDNet Staff
| November 25, 2008 -- 03:12 GMT (19:12 PST)
| Topic: Microsoft
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Windows 10 users: We're killing OneDrive Groove Music streaming, says Microsoft
Microsoft continues to retire components of Groove Music with no more streaming OneDrive music from March 31.
Microsoft releases Application Guard extension for Chrome and Firefox
Extensions only available for Windows Insiders for now. To work for everyone once Windows 10 19H1 is live.
Microsoft to fix 'novel bug class' discovered by Google engineer
Fixes to be included with Windows 10 19H1, scheduled for release in a few weeks.
Cloud computing: Why Microsoft's open source data plan is a big step forward
Microsoft's RTL contributions move the Open Compute Project from servers and racks to covering entire systems.
How machine learning, drones, and robotics will transform the NHS and healthcare
For a health service in the middle of funding squeeze, can new technologies help to improve care and cut costs?
Huawei: In case we can't use Windows, Android, we've made a backup OS
Huawei has a 'plan B', just in case it's ever banned from using Microsoft's and Google's operating systems.
Microsoft open sources algorithm, hardware and source code for Azure data compression
Microsoft packages a bunch of its apps and Azure services as 'Game Stack'
Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge: These extensions are coming to new browser
Microsoft Edge extensions store goes live, showing 82 addons for the incoming browser.