Microsoft announces AR and mixed-reality software
Published in IoT

HoloLens for businesses.

Microsoft announced new AI and mixed-reality applications for its Dynamics 365 online business software so that it can use its AR HoloLens for businesses.

Windows 10 improves disk management
Published in Cloud

Storage Sense will send stuff to the cloud

The next incarnation of Windows 10 will be smarter about how it frees up disk space and cleans up temporary files.

Apple buys AR glasses maker
Published in AI

Artificial innovation

Fruity cargo-cult Apple has acquired a startup focused on making lenses for augmented reality glasses.

Microsoft preparing for Microsoft Managed Desktop
Published in News

Behold the Windows you rent

Microsoft is getting ready to replace Windows 10 with the Microsoft Managed Desktop which will be a "desktop-as-a-service" (DaaS) offering.

Microsoft promises not to bother us with so many updates
Published in AI

Ironically with a new update 

Software King of the world Microsoft wants to use AI to work out if you really need an update for its Windows 10 software.

Microsoft wants developers for its quantum reality
Published in News

Bring your own potentially dead and alive cats

Software king of the world Microsoft has launched the open-source Quantum Katas on GitHub.

Microsoft doing well thanks to cloud
Published in Cloud

The future is cloudy

Microsoft posted quarterly profit and revenue that beat analysts’ estimates, as more businesses signed up for its Azure cloud computing services and Office 365 productivity suite.

Microsoft finds first evidence of mid-term election tampering
Published in News

There might be a spy amongst us 

Microsoft detected and helped block hacking attempts against three congressional candidates this year, a company executive said.

Microsoft has not given up on consumers
Published in News

Takes responsibility for all modern life

While software king of the world Microsoft appears to have pulled the plug on most of its consumer products, its execs told partners that Redmond isn't giving up on ordinary people.

Microsoft leaps seconds ahead of Apple
Published in PC Hardware

It seems to have better developers

While the fruity cargo cult Apple's software developers have difficulty making software which can handle daylight saving and moving time zones, Microsoft is looking at introducing leap-seconds to its operating system.