Gates gets an Android
Published in Mobiles
27 September 2017

Gates gets an Android


Tame Apple Press furious

The Tame Apple Press is furious that the software king of the World Sir William Gates III has decided not to buy an iPhone.

Microsoft’s Linux enthusiasm may not help open source
Published in News


Open Source messiah Richard Stallman is not impressed


Microsoft has been hitting the headlines lately with its enthusiasm for Linux – but Open Source's messiah Richard Stallman is less than impressed.

Microsoft will be the next key driver of Linux
Published in News


Docker founder’s claim


A Docker and Google Cloud expert has packed her bags and headed to Microsoft claiming that Vole is going to be the next key Linux driver.

Microsoft has nothing to report on ARM64  plans
Published in Processors


Executive shrugs

Software king of the world, Microsoft, clearly has no clue about the ARM64 support coming in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update SDK.

FireEye spot spooks' Microsoft Office hack
Published in News


Pass the SOAP

FireEye found a malicious Microsoft Office RTF document which has all the hallmarks of being made by the CIA to hack Microsoft Office docs.

Big US corporations rule AI development
Published in News

 
Amazon, eBay, IBM, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft, what could go wrong?

Just to prove you have absolutely nothing to worry about from AI, an outfit called Netscribes has worked out that the entire market is sewn up by big US corporations.

Amazon and Microsoft build super digital assistant
Published in News


Alexa gets her Cortina

Amazon and Microsoft are partnering to integrate their Alexa and Cortana digital assistants.

Microsoft announces Age of Empires IV
Published in Games


Remastered Age of Empires Definitive Editions

Microsoft has pulled a rather big surprise at Gamescom 2017 by announcing a sequel to the popular Age of Empires series as well as revealing that Age of Empires II and III will also be get remastered.

Microsoft falsely accused Intel for poor Surface drivers
Published in Notebooks


But it was its own fault


Software King of the World Microsoft has been caught with its royal pants down trying to pin the blame for its own poor Surface drivers on Intel.

Kaspersky withdraws Microsoft antitrust complaint
Published in News


Vole agrees to change how it delivers security updates to Windows users


Russian cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab has withdrawn antitrust complaints against Microsoft.