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Live Share in Visual Studio lets you code and debug together

At its Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced that Live Share, its previously announced collaborative development feature for Visual Studio and Visual Studio code, is now available to developers who want to give it a try. Until now, this feature, which allows developers to better work together, was only available in a private preview — and it’s available for free ... Read More »

Sapho integrates its micro apps into Microsoft’s Windows 10

Sapho said it will integrate its micro-applications and employee experience portal directly into Microsoft’s Windows 10. The company, which specializes in giving a new user experience to legacy applications, typically connects to systems and brings notifications and events to mobile devices and other platforms. The upshot is that a worker can complete a task directly via a micro app without ... Read More »

Following Gmail’s makeover, Outlook rolls out new features focused on business users

Microsoft announced a series of new features for Outlook across desktop, mobile and web to take a bit of the focus off of Gmail’s massive redesign. Some of the features highlight Outlook’s usefulness in the workplace – like new meeting room suggestion capabilities and RSVP tracking. But others, particularly on mobile, are more innovative – like Quick Reply which turns ... Read More »

Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 April 2018 Update for Windows 10 IoT

Even though Microsoft has been making headlines with Linux on the IoT front, as of late, it’s still moving forward with its own Windows 10 IoT operating system Credit: Microsoft Microsoft has made available this week its latest Windows 10 feature update (the April 2018 Update/1803) for its two Windows 10 IoT variants. The Windows 10 IoT Core version for ... Read More »

Following Gmail’s makeover, Outlook rolls out new features focused on business users

Microsoft announced a series of new features for Outlook across desktop, mobile and web to take a bit of the focus off of Gmail’s massive redesign. Some of the features highlight Outlook’s usefulness in the workplace – like new meeting room suggestion capabilities and RSVP tracking. But others, particularly on mobile, are more innovative – like Quick Reply which turns ... Read More »

New Surface Pro models available: $999 for Core i5, $1,449 with built-in LTE

Video: What makes Microsoft’s Surface devices special? Customers considering Microsoft Surface Pro devices have a couple of new options as of this week. The Surface Pro with built-in LTE is now available and shipping in the U.S., Canada, and Australia by consumers. Microsoft made the LTE model — with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, plus built-in LTE connectivity ... Read More »

What do Meltdown, Spectre and RyzenFall mean for the future of cybersecurity?

The security community is still reeling from the discoveries of the Meltdown and Spectre computer vulnerabilities, and now it seems that a rash of new hardware vulnerabilities called MasterKey, RyzenFall, Fallout and Chimera have been found in the past few months, too. Unlike most previous threats, all these vulnerabilities attack a computer’s hardware, rather than its software. This second release ... Read More »

Microsoft adds new mail, calendar, mobile features across its various Outlook clients

Video: Bug Watch: Two flaws Outlook users need to know about The Outlook team is adding — and planning to add — a bunch of new features across the many flavors of Outlook starting now and continuing through the summer. In an April 30 blog post on what’s now known as the “Microsoft 365” blog (formerly the Office blog), Microsoft ... Read More »

Microsoft attempts to spin its role in counterfeiting case

Earlier this week Eric Lundgren was sentenced to 15 months in prison for selling what Microsoft claimed was “counterfeit software,” but which was in fact only recovery CDs loaded with data anyone can download for free. The company has now put up a blog post setting “the facts” straight, though it’s something of a limited set of those facts. “We ... Read More »

IBM: still failing after all these years

The slow-motion horror show that is IBM under CEO Ginni Rometti continued with this month’s quarterly financial results. The good news was that revenues grew for the second quarter in a row after five years of decline. The bad news was that revenues only grew by 5 percent to $19.1 billion thanks to “currency tailwinds” – the 10 percent depreciation ... Read More »

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