Microsoft has clarified its stance on open-source software (OSS), saying it is not banning commercial OSS apps from the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has received permission to provide cloud services in Kuwait, a big win for the company as it continues to expand its cloud business.
Multiple reports are showing that Microsoft Azure is increasingly becoming a major threat to AWS in the cloud space.
GitHub has announced it is “sunsetting,” aka killing off, its popular Atom text editor with a view to replacing it with Microsoft Visual Studio Code (VS Code).
Amid ongoing sanctions on Russia, it appears Microsoft may have cut users off from Windows 10 and Windows 11 downloads.
Microsoft has officially retired Internet Explorer, ending support for the web browser that was instrumental in helping the company defeat Netscape.
Some Windows users are less than thrilled with a recent update, as Microsoft is pushing Bing 2.0 on them with no way of uninstalling it.
Microsoft is continuing its efforts to bolster cybersecurity, announcing a deal to purchase startup firm Miburo.
According to a new report, Microsoft wants manufacturers to ditch traditional boot hard drives, in favor of SSDs, by 2023.
Microsoft is revamping its HR policies, introducing sweeping changes on a number of fronts as the company works to set itself apart from its fellow tech companies.
One of Microsoft’s “golden boy” executives, Alex Kipman, is resigning following a scathing report on inappropriate behavior and misconduct.
In yet another sign of an impending economic downturn, Microsoft has significantly cut hiring, impacting even high-profile teams.
Microsoft has made a major change in its stance toward crypto, allowing some crypto ads on its Microsoft Ads platform.
Amid a growing trend of unionization among tech company employees, Microsoft believes its employees will never need to do so.
All is not what it seems with the company that labels itself a champion of privacy, with a security researcher finding that DuckDuckGo (DDG) whitelists Microsoft’s trackers.