Netflix is working to roll out an ad-supported plan, but it will come with a major limitation: no downloads.
Alphabet is the biggest corporate investor in blockchain and crypto technology among the top 100 public companies over the last ten months.
No company likes to admit its competitor has a leg up, but Microsoft did just that in an effort to avoid antitrust issues.
Microsoft is reportedly laying off hundreds of its contract workers as the company slows hiring and lays off some employees.
Microsoft is warning a bug in the latest versions of Windows could result in data loss when combined with some newer PCs.
Microsoft has closed the competitive gap with contact center rivals thanks to its Digital Contact Center Platform.
Supply chain issues may be negatively impacting Microsoft’s Azure cloud service, constraining the supply of available server resources.
Squarely in the ‘better late than never’ camp, Microsoft is finally bringing native Apple Silicon support to Teams.
DuckDuckGo has added additional protection against Microsoft tracking, addressing concerns that were raised in May.
Microsoft has partnered Next Pathway to help companies speed up their migration from legacy data warehouses to Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft has unveiled new security tools, expanding the Microsoft Defender line of products with dedicated threat intelligence tools.
Microsoft has identified an issue with receipt emails from Uber, as well as some others, that are causing Outlook and Word to hang and/or crash.
Microsoft is working to put a dent in Amazon’s dominance in the government agency cloud computing space, organizing its rivals to help.
AWS’ SVP of Sales and Marketing is calling out Microsoft for its cloud licensing terms, despite the latter company’s recent changes.
Microsoft has largely resolved an outage impacting Microsoft 365, including Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft and Oracle are partnering to integrate their platforms, providing customers with a powerful multicloud option.
Microsoft is upping its efforts to target government and public sector clients and help them transition to the cloud.
Microsoft and Google are two of the biggest tech companies in the world, competing on multiple fronts, but the older company is coming out ahead where it matters.
Microsoft surprised the industry Netflix chose the Redmond company for its advertising ambitions, but Microsoft had a winning formula.