Microsoft presentation gives up on Edge
Published in News


Installs Chrome instead


A Microsoft engineer carrying out a demo before assorted hacks had to abandon his Edge browser and install Chrome after his Vole-approved default browser froze.

Microsoft sued for discriminating against women
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This is fast getting out of control

The outfit whose CEO once said women could obtain good karma for taking lower salaries than men is being sued in a court case which is getting bigger by the day.

Microsoft working on Apple’s next “breakthrough”
Published in Notebooks


Foldable notebook pen and digital-ink functionality

Software king of the world, Microsoft, is working on a foldable device with an emphasis on pen and digital-ink functionality that runs Windows 10.

Cloud boom helps big tech bottom line
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Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Intel cash in

Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Intel are making a killing from the Cloud.

Microsoft kills off Kinect
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End of an error

The software king of the world Microsoft has given up on its depth camera and voice recognition microphone.

Tech giants spend fortune buying US politicians
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Buy one get another free

US tech giants are spending a small fortune on "lobbying" politicians and the situation is getting worse.

Microsoft’s Open Source cloud slap to Google
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Azure Container Service built on Kubernetes

Microsoft has unveiled the Azure "Container Service", a new service for the Azure cloud computing platform that's built on Kubernetes.

Cray expands HPC in the cloud
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Chummy with Microsoft

Cray continues to expand its HPC in the cloud plans and has teamed up with Microsoft to bring supercomputer-as-a-service solutions to Microsoft's cloud.

Azure was downed for seven hours by fire alarm
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SLA for that day down to  71.6

It’s all very well these arrogant tech firms telling us that our data is safe and always accessible in the cloud - but that’s clearly not so.

Microsoft Cortana speaker hits stores
Published in Wearables


Invoke speaker at $199

Microsoft has joined a long list of vendors supporting smart talking speakers. The marriage with the famous Harman Kardon manufacturer created a Cortana powered speaker called Invoke.