Edge accidently leaks your data to Bing
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Wednesday, 26 April 2023 10:40

Edge accidently leaks your data to Bing


Microsoft investigating 

Software King of the World Microsoft is investigating claims that its Edge browser appears to be sending URLs you visit to its Bing API website.

Microsoft suggest buying fewer PCs
Published in Cloud
Tuesday, 25 April 2023 11:25

Microsoft suggest buying fewer PCs


The future is cloudy

Despite it earning its fortune on the back of supplying software for PCs, Microsoft does not think owning such hardware is a good idea anymore.

Microsoft agrees to stop bundling Teams with Office
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Avoiding an anti-trust probe

Microsoft will stop forcing customers of its popular Office software to also have its Teams video conferencing and messaging app automatically installed on their devices, in a move designed to prevent an official antitrust probe by EU regulators. 

Big Tech lay-offs are already costing them
Published in AI


19th-century staff management approaches don’t work

Faced with falling margins after the Covid bubble burst, Big Tech let thousands of staff go on the assumption that they could rehire them when things got better at the end of the year, but they might have miscalculated, according an Intuit boss.

Cloud sales starting to slow
Published in Cloud
Monday, 24 April 2023 10:15

Cloud sales starting to slow


Analysts expecting the slowest growth for a decade

Demand for cloud-computing services is slowing and Microsoft and Amazon are expected to report the slowest revenue growth for their cloud-computing businesses since the firms started breaking out performance last decade.

Microsoft releases DirectStorage 1.2 SDK
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Thursday, 20 April 2023 20:34

Microsoft releases DirectStorage 1.2 SDK


Adds buffered IO mode to speed up HDD performance

Microsoft has released DirectStorage 1.2 SDK, enabling buffered IO mode that should offer better performance for slower storage media, such as HDDs.

Musk throws toys out of the pram after Microsoft quits Twitter
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Either pay me lots of money or I will sue

Software King of the World, Microsoft seemed to unleash supreme twit Elon [look at me] Musk’s inner child when it decided it no longer wanted to have anything to do with Twitter.

Microsoft and Epic set their AI on medical records
Published in AI


Looking for trends 

Software king of the world Microsoft and Epic Systems announced that they are bringing OpenAI's GPT-4 AI language model into health care for use in drafting message responses from health care workers to patients and for use in analysing medical records while looking for trends.

Google worried that AI might be evil
Published in AI
Tuesday, 18 April 2023 10:17

Google worried that AI might be evil


Ironic, don't cha think?

Google CEO Sundar Pichai has been telling the world+dog  that Google is not releasing its advanced models of its AI chatbot because they might end up being evil.

Amazon offers CodeWhisperer for free
Published in AI
Monday, 17 April 2023 11:07

Amazon offers CodeWhisperer for free


Price war with Microsoft 

Amazon is making its AI-powered coding assistant CodeWhisperer free for individual developers, reports the Verge, "undercutting the $10 per month pricing of its Microsoft-made rival."