Microsoft Launches Teams for Friends and Family

Microsoft is making its personal feature in Teams available to the public in a bid to grow the platform beyond corporate use.

Facebook Loses Fight to Block EU-US Data Law

Facebook has lost a major battle against an EU privacy law, one that would prevent EU data from being sent to the US.

Microsoft Outlook a Major Security Issue for WFM

Amid an unprecedented transition to work from home (WFM), Microsoft Outlook has come into focus as a security weak point.

Microsoft Acknowledges Outlook Outage

Microsoft has acknowledged an outage impacting Outlook, for both desktop and Microsoft 365, with a fix in the works.

Pentagon Weighs Cancelling JEDI Contract

The Pentagon is weighing abandoning the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract amid ongoing legal challenges from Amazon.

Microsoft Bing’s Content Submission API Now in Public Beta

Microsoft has moved its Bing Content Submission API into beta, after two years of private beta.

Windows 10X Not Coming in 2021, Maybe Never

Microsoft will not ship Windows 10X in 2021, and may never release the operating system (OS), according to new a report.

Microsoft Will Keep EU Data in the EU

Microsoft has upped its commitment to EU data privacy, promising to keep EU data within the bloc.

Sony PlayStation and Discord Announce Partnership

Sony PlayStation has announced a partnership with Discord, to integrate Discord with PlayStation’s social experience.

Kuo: Apple’s First Foldable iPhone Expected in 2023

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has weighed in on Apple’s foldable iPhone plans, saying the company will introduce one in 2023.