Microsoft has released a tie-in with the new season of Stranger Things on Netflix: Windows 1.11, an app that wonders what would happen if Windows were corrupted by the Upside Down.
Windows 10 Insider build 18932 adds many more controls to notifications, overhauls the Eye Control user interface and now supports Android notifications within Your Phone.
Microsoft's taking a deliberately low-key approach to the so-called 19H2 release of Windows 10 due this September, focusing more on performance improvements than actual new features.
Eye-tracking company Tobii Technology names former Intel VP Anand Srivatsa as its new CEO.
If we're going to talk seriously about privacy issues and PCs, we can't worry just about webcams. We need to address the issue of always-on laptop mics, too.
VESA has announced its next-generation DisplayPort 2.0 spec, with support for over 8K video either over traditional DP cables or via the existing USB-C connector.
Microsoft is reportedly seeking ties to AMD and Qualcomm as it diversifies its processor offerings into what may be the Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3.
Microsoft OneDrive Personal Vault provides a more secure locker for storing files in the cloud. New storage options are available, too.
A new report from IHS Markit suggests that Microsoft may include an Android emulator in an upcoming dual-display Surface. That might make sense in a Surface designed for content consumption.
Microsoft has made its revamped Windows Terminal app available in preview for you to download, though many features will be added along the way to a more formal release this winter.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has added several of China's top supercomputer and chipmakers to its "entity list," including the THATIC joint venture between AMD and the Chinese government.
The Consumer Technology Association said this week that Trump tariffs levied on Chinese goods could force consumers to pay significantly more for laptops, cell phones, and other technologies. Dell, Intel, Microsoft, and Apple all sent letters.
Microsoft and Kano have developed the Kano PC, a $300 tablet that's designed to teach kids how computers are made and how they work.
Microsoft Research has made available four 'Eyes First' games for Windows 10, simple games designed to show off how eye tracking can be used for both fun and accessibility.
Would you buy a keyboard with a dedicated Microsoft Office key? A Microsoft survey hints that it might be thinking about it.