Yes, Gaben is a former Microsoftie.
It comes at a price, but a small one
Experts from the Foundation were unable to discern Microsoft's true intent
A stronger perimeter might have helped
In context: The Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol is widely used to secure and encrypt internet communications, encompassing emails, instant messaging platforms, VoIP, and HTTPS web traffic. Introduced in 1999, the earliest TLS specifications are now deemed insecure by modern standards.
Aptos is the new default font for Microsoft Office, replacing Calibri. If you are running an older Office version or you want to install it on your system to use with any other applications, you can download it here.
It first appeared in Windows 95
Wearable would offer hands-free mobile home-assistant-like experience
Hopefully this won't go the same way as the Surface Duo
Those in the rest of the world will have to keep using Microsoft Edge against their will
Microsoft claims the behavior was unintended
Privacy nightmare for activists, political dissidents, journalists, and regular users
The new homepage will show all your most-used settings in one place for easy access
Don't hold your breath on owning one, though
The problem might be related to MSI motherboards
Paint is moving with the times
The Kinect's latest version will be Microsoft's last
Microsoft will sell streaming rights for Activision Blizzard games to Ubisoft in attempt to appease UK regulator
Activision Blizzard games will be coming to Ubisoft+
Still no public acknowledgement of the issue, though
"Consider going into it on an empty stomach"
Purchased games will still work, and backward compatibility isn't going anywhere
Hackers asking for money, or deleting user accounts with no warning
Microsoft is accused of dragging its feet, causing the personal information of 40 million voters to be exposed
A couple of nasty, currently exploited zero-day flaws should be fixed as well
Privacy? Security? What could possibly go wrong?