Too much hardware not enough software
Microsoft has announced that it is shaking up its sexual harassment policies after a report from law firm ArentFox Schiff. The law firm produced a 50 page report containing recommendations requiring Vole needed to pull its socks up.
Will be fixed one of these days
Software King of the World Microsoft has admitted that its Windows 11 22H2 update is causing game performance issues for some users. It will pause the update for affected devices until a fix is ready.
C#, Go, Java, Ruby, or Swift never forget
The National Security Agency (NSA) wants people to move to memory safe programming languages such as C#, Go, Java, Ruby, or Swift.
Iridium apparently works with Sandworms
Microsoft is warning of a Russian based hacker called Iridium who is apparently co-ordinating attacks with Tsar Putin's elite Sandworm hacker group.
Moving to phase II of monopoly investigation
The European Commission has announced that, following its initial investigation into Microsoft's proposed $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, it will now be opening a more "in-depth" Phase 2 probe to determine the deal's likely impact on competition.
CISPE complains that Vole is being anti-competative again
Cloud Infrastructure Service Providers in Europe (CISPE) has moaned to the EC's Directorate-General for Competition about Microsoft's cloudy antics.
Adverts in bars? What a dumb idea
Software King of the World Microsoft is helping drive more users to Linux by slapping adverts into its Windows 11 task bar.
Azure Active Director certificate-based authentication
Software king of the world Microsoft is now offering a public preview of Azure AD CBA on devices running Apple's iOS and Android that uses certificates on Yubico's YubiKey hardware security key.
Vole's Open Sauce street cred suffering
Software King of the World Microsoft has been sued in what is being seen as a test case for AI software.
Improving government structures
Software King of the World Microsoft has extended its offer of technology support free of charge to Ukraine until December 2023, topping up over $400 million it has spent since February to $100 million.