Microsoft is in the hot seat from none other than one of its Windows Pioneers, over aggressive advertising in its Edge web browser.
Microsoft is putting auto-play web videos in its crosshairs, turning off the feature by default in an upcoming Edge update.
Microsoft and Google are resuming open hostilities, following a five-year cease-fire.
Mozilla has announced the latest version of Firefox, sporting a new look and improved user experience.
Microsoft is adding sign-in and sync support to the Linux version of its Edge web browser.
Microsoft has announced that an upcoming Windows 10 update will replace Edge Legacy with the new version.
AT&T’s streaming video service HBO Max is at a huge disadvantage to tech companies in the streaming video market says AT&T CEO, John Stankey.
Jason Zander of Microsoft Azure, announces new collaborations with the telecommunications industry that will unlock the power of 5G.
Whatever goodwill Microsoft has earned in recent years by playing nice is rapidly evaporating, thanks to a particularly aggressive update.
Some things are too good to last, and it appears Google and Microsoft’s BFF cooperation on the browser front is one of them, as both companies are taking swipes at the other.