Microsoft is making sure to take advantage of the Mac's hardware and design.
Development work appeared to grind to a halt last December.
You can ask "How tall is the tower in Paris?" and it knows what you're talking about.
The times, they are a-changin'—even bits of Windows will be open source.
The new Windows Subsystem for Linux will use a real Linux kernel.
New features will make Edge more than just a reskinned Chrome.
Visual Basic remains as unpopular as ever.
It's out now for Windows 10, with other operating systems coming later.
Microsoft's venerable IDE receives its biannual update.
Like Google, Microsoft will have three pre-release tracks.
43 percent of gamers have enjoyed reduced latency from the network.
Popular open source Unix tool is now a part of Windows, too.
Even though Skype for Web seems to work in Firefox, Microsoft won't let you use it.
The actual calculation engine is more than 20 years old.
It's early days yet, but so far Microsoft has done little to distinguish its browser.
Company claims that 19% of pages on mobile Chrome come from hitting back.
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