Microsoft has begun rolling out new features as part of its Windows 10 Redstone 5 release, due this fall. Here are the flagship features, from Sets to Timeline to Cloud Clipboard.
Microsoft announces the Surface Hub 2, its next-generation videoconferencing and collaboration tool that can combine into a massive display or roll away on an easel.
Intel has released a target for how smart it wants its Loihi brain chip systems to be by 2019, measured by the number of synapses it will simulate compared to an animal with a like number of real synapses.
Google is using support and free goodies to try to lock you into an ongoing cloud storage subscription, called Google One.
At Build, Microsoft had a chance to reassure Windows users that even after a recent reorganization, this OS still mattered. So why did Microsoft say nothing?
Cloud Clipboard, an updated Notepad, improvements to Sets: These are some of the features Microsoft added to Build 17666 of Windows 10.
Microsoft has shipped a preview of Visual Studio that lets developers write 64-bit apps for PCs powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, solving a key challenge for Always Connected PCs.
At Microsoft Build, Microsoft developers sketched out the future of inking on Windows.
Microsoft is unveiling its new plan for mobile devices at Build: Create Windows-like app 'experiences,' using Timeline, a new Your Phone app, and the Microsoft Launcher. There's new news about Sets, too.
Microsoft says Outlook.com users will be able to pay bills with one click, right from their email.
Windows 10 Pro users can use an enterprise-class version of the Edge browser, called Windows Device Application Guard, for secure surfing. Here's how to use it.
Microsoft's "conference room of the future" demonstration at Build featured a Cortana-powered device that could both see and hear.
The integration of Amazon Alexa and Microsoft Cortana will have to wait a little longer, though.
Microsoft unveils the specs of its fourth-generation Kinect sensor, known as the Project Kinect sensor for Azure.
At its Build developer conference, Microsoft is expected to talk about how AI and machine vision will improve the business world, adapting technology from the HoloLens and Kinect sensor as part of the process.