It's the start of 2020, so let the Microsoft executive shuffles and reorgs officially begin.
Latest from Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott is going to be heading up Microsoft's combined AI and Research Group, effective immediately. Harry Shum, who has been heading up the group, is leaving the company, but there's no official word on where he's going.
Microsoft is staffing up a new Data Dignity team in its CTO's office which could help users to control their own personal data, ultimately to the point of buying and selling it.
Last year, a Microsoft patent for voice-powered wireless earbuds emerged. Microsoft may be moving ahead with plans for that type of device, according to a new report.
Microsoft researchers will show off the company's 'Zanzibar' portable mat, designed to blend the physical and digital worlds, at the end of this month.
Microsoft is getting the technology and people from Swing Technologies, a photo app startup, and is merging them into the Skype team.
If and when Microsoft brings a foldable mobile Windows 10 device to market, are there specific apps and services might give it a fighting chance?
Seven years after its introduction, the Microsoft Kinect sensor is officially no longer in production.
Microsoft has begun rolling out a fix for its Band 2 fitness devices meant to address a week-plus-long sync issue that some users have reported.
Microsoft is continuing to envision what the future of work should and might look like -- and new kinds of meetings and meeting spaces and smarter virtual assistants feature prominently.