From Project Cortex and Azure resiliency to Teams and Edge on Linux, here's everything you need to know about the news out of Microsoft's Ignite conference.
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After 11 years, Microsoft is throwing in the towel on its physical retail stores and is refocusing its retail sales efforts around its online/digital store.
Redmond adds protection against massive "Reply-All" email storms after suffering two internal incidents in 2019 and 2020.
Microsoft will change the default search engine in Chrome from Google to Bing for its Office 365 ProPlus customers starting mid-February.
We tried Microsoft's new browser on a MacBook and got a peculiar surprise.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says the antitrust case stopped Microsoft delivering a mobile OS.
Microsoft engineers have already ported the ProcDump utility and are currently working on porting ProcMon as well. More tools to follow.
Microsoft released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update on October 2, then pulled it days later. The update has still not been re-released. Where's the problem? And will it happen again?
Recent antitrust developments in the EU could present an opportunity for a third mobile platform that never really had a chance to mature and develop an ecosystem when it first released.