Microsoft winning thanks to Amazon fears
Published in Cloud

Rivals worry about Amazon support

Software King of the World Microsoft is doing rather well in the cloud wars because some of the bigger retailers are worried about handing over their cash to rival Amazon.

Microsoft to automatically remove botched updates
Published in News

Shutting the door after the horse has bolted

Software King of the world Microsoft has penned a bit of software which will automatically remove botched updates.

Foxconn-Microsoft legal spat escalates
Published in News

You say potato and I say tomato

Taiwanese mega-manufacturer Foxconn has outright denied that it infringed Microsoft patents and claimed it never needed to pay a red cent.

New Xbox one will be diskless
Published in News

Maverick coming soon

The dark Satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on Earth yarn which claims that Microsoft’s new Xbox will not have a disk.

Microsoft open sources its calculator
Published in News

Hopes people will improve it

Software king of the world, Microsoft, has open sourced its Windows calculator.

Microsoft is making a Chrome OS-like version of Windows
Published in PC Hardware

Windows Lite

Software king of the world Microsoft is writing a cut-down version of Windows for dual-screen devices and Chromebook competitors.

Volkswagen signs transportation pact with Microsoft
Published in Transportation

Connected car marriage made in….

Hitler’s favourite car company has teamed up with the people who brought you Windows Vista as part of a drive to offer connected vehicle services across the globe.

Software fraudster jailed for impersonating Microsoft
Published in News

It might have got a few more laughs if he had done Ronnie Corbett instead

A fraudster has been sentenced to 28 months after impersonating Microsoft and claiming to fix victims' computers while installing malicious software.

Microsoft employees revolt over army contracts
Published in News

Didn't sign on to kill people

Microsoft is having problems with some of its little Voles who do not want software they are developing to be used by the US army to kill people.

Microsoft releases expensive HoloLens 2
Published in IoT

Aiming for industry not the great unwashed

Software king of the world Microsoft has decided that its new Hololens 2 AR specs are not for the great unwashed and released them with a price tag that consumers cannot afford – $3,500.