Microsoft announced that Terry Myerson, its head of Windows and Devices, would leave the company. Rajesh Jha, his replacement, will be asked to develop a more cohesive experience among Windows, Office, apps, and devices.
AMD has issued its response to the Ryzenfall vulnerabilities discovered by CTS-Labs, and it sounds like they can be patched rather routinely.
A little-known security firm claims that AMD's Ryzen and Epyc architectures are subject to major exploitable flaws. While AMD said it hasn't had time to confirm or deny the claims, two independent firms have confirmed at least some of the vulnerabilities.
While the Windows 10 Creators Update last March could require more than 80 minutes to install, the next update to Windows 10 could take a mere half-hour.
Microsoft says it's testing a change to the Mail app on a small set of users, requiring them to use Edge to open external links. No one's happy.
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Intel has finished patching five years' worth of chips against Spectre and Meltdown. But the chip giant will still need to redesign its upcoming chips to protect against possible exploits.
Microsoft is celebrating Pi Day with significant discounts on 69 laptops and desktops at the Microsoft Store, including $314 machines and laptops more heavily discounted than they are even during holiday sales.
Add Windows 7, Windows 8.1 to the list of Microsoft operating systems protected against Spectre and Meltdown, as well as the Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake, and Skylake chips from Intel.
The Asus Chromebook Flip C101PA offers excellent value as both a Chromebook and Android tablet, powered by a newly branded Google OP1 microprocessor that gets the job done.
Microsoft Teams will automatically translate and transcribe video chats in the future, one of several handy features to avoid the drudgery of video conferencing.
Intel has issued patches for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities to PCs using its Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge families of Core microprocessors, leaving just a few niche chips left to patch.
Though just a few devices use Windows 10 S today, a senior Windows executive has made the bold claim that the majority of Microsoft customers will use Windows 10's new S mode—but if they don't like it, they'll be allowed to upgrade for free.
Microsoft said Wednesday that its tabbed interface for Windows 10, known as Sets, is returning in the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone 5 release. New improvements include support for legacy Win32 apps.
Microsoft announced Windows ML, an API that third-party Windows app developers will be able to use to make their own Windows apps smarter and increase the overall intelligence of Windows.