Microsoft continues to push the Xbox One closer to the PC with planned support for PC-style 120Hz displays.
Windows users may gain the ability to switch or upgrade between two modes of Windows 10 S and two versions of Windows 10, leaked slides by the normally reputable WalkingCat account suggest.
Microsoft's simplified OneNote app for Windows 10 will receive pride of place, replacing the current Office version of OneNote in Office 2019.
Intel announced a new capability of its Core chips, called Accelerated Memory Scanning, that will offload the CPU requirements of virus threat detection to an Intel GPU. Microsoft is the first to take advantage.
Microsoft's new Azure Sphere security package for billions of IoT devices includes two surprises: a new chip that Microsoft will license, plus its own Linux kernel.
Could an 8-core Intel Coffee Lake S chip be waiting to challenge AMD's 2nd-gen Ryzen chips?
Google appears to be preparing to unveil a new version of Gmail with a new look and feel, as well as protections for user email.
Microsoft confirms that it will make an announcement regarding 64-bit app support for Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered ACPCs at its Microsoft Build conference, but that's all.
PCWorld sits down with Javier Soltero, who is now responsible for the Cortana digital assistant within Microsoft, to explain Microsoft's new strategy.
Microsoft has made to several cloud-based protections available to Office 365 users to help fight the spread of malware.
Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed the data privacy scandals involving Cambridge Analytica, outlining nine ways it will restrict your information to third-party developers. Only one will have any immediate impact.
Intel reveals new desktop "Coffee Lake" Core processors, along with four new chipsets that add quick-wake 'modern standby' capabilities.
Intel is showing off "Optane Inside" notebooks and desktops with a new "plus" brand, such as "Core i7+".
Intel's first Core i9 laptop chip is a 6-core, 12-thread powerhouse that spearheads a new line of H-series Core CPUs. New U-series chips for longer battery life were also announced.
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.