Microsoft wants to kill us
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Slack CEO moans

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield claimed earlier this month that Microsoft Teams isn't a competitor to Slack but now he is saying that Vole wants the company dead.

Microsoft releases Hyper-V VXHD
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Lets you install Windows 10 as a guest

Microsoft has released a Hyper-V VXHD that lets you install Windows 10 as a guest on your devices for those running Insider builds on ARM64 devices.

Microsoft admits it was on the wrong side of history
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Ballmer was wrong about Open Source

Microsoft’s current president Brad Smith has accepted the company was on the wrong side of history when it called Open Sauce software cancer.

Microsoft unveils its new Surface Book 3
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Goes for Intel 10th gen CPUs and Nvidia GPUs

Microsoft has officially announced its new Surface Book 3, keeping it in both 13.5-inch and 15-inch versions, with Intel's latest 10th gen Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs as well as a wide choice of Nvidia GPUs.

Microsoft confirms Windows 10X coming to single screens near you
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Not just for dual screens

Software King of the World Microsoft has confirmed it is planning to refocus Windows 10X on single-screen devices.

Microsoft makes sure GIFs aren’t funny anymore
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Security update

Software King of the World, Microsoft has fixed a problem with its Teams software which enabled cyber-attacks could be initiated via funny GIFs.

US judge uses JEDI mind hold
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Suspends Amazon’s case against Microsoft

A US judge held a case by Amazon challenging the Pentagon’s decision to award a $10 billion contract to Microsoft.

Microsoft wants you to donate your plasma
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As opposed to the blood you use to buy Windows

Software King of the World Microsoft is working with a consortium of pharmaceutical companies to recruit people who have recovered from COVID-19 to donate their plasma, which could be used in treatments for the disease.

Microsoft uses AI to find bugs
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Will open source it

Software King of the World Microsoft has developed a system that it claims correctly distinguishes between security and non-security software bugs 99 percent of the time, and that accurately identifies the critical, high-priority security bugs on average 97 percent of the time.

Microsoft's JEDI win was not down to White House dark force
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Watchdog clears Vole

The Defense Department’s watchdog found no evidence that the Pentagon’s controversial decision to award a $10 billion cloud-computing contract to Microsoft  was the result of interference from President Donald Trump.