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Microsoft’s Windows 10 Push Is Deceptive

Microsoft first announced the release of Windows 10 that it would be a free update for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users. This was a smart move for the company because it would be enticing for users and the...

Microsoft Is Developing Extensions For Its Edge Browser

Internet Explorer which is on a slow ride to being killed for good might have another nail in its coffin due to an update from Microsoft. Microsoft is going to be developing chrome-like extensions for its Edge Browser. The...

Microsoft Testing Outlook.com Premium Service

Microsoft is currently testing a new premium version of its Outlook.com service. The new service which has promptly been named Outlook.com Premium is currently in a limited piloting service with a select group of users. Microsoft removed the custom domain support...

Cortana Now Available For Android Devices

In May, Microsoft announced that Cortana will be the first personal digital assistant who works cross device and that it would be heading to both Android and IOS devices. Today, they have announced that they are in a public...

Microsoft has no intention to tell us what’s in Windows patches

Microsoft has released three patches for Windows 10. These updates have solved a number of bugs and plugged some security holes in the operating system. However, Microsoft has not told us much about each update's changes. Microsoft has released...

Free Windows 10 upgrade will not impact Microsoft financially

One of the major things about Windows 10 that has shocked the industry is that Microsoft has yet again given away a basically free operating system. Windows 8 and Windows 10 both were basically free (except for the $40...

Microsoft’s Windows 10 Update Fixes Several Vulnerabilities

Two weeks since its release, Windows 10 has received its first round of updates and fixes from Microsoft. In its monthly round of updates, Microsoft has solved several security issues with the operating system, and its new Edge browser. These patches...

Microsoft Rebrands Xbox Music As Groove

Microsoft has killed off the Xbox Music name in its music and video apps for Windows, yesterday the company announced that they would be rebranding the entire service to Groove. Microsoft made a blog post regarding this change and...

U.S Navy Still Purchasing And Using Windows XP

Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in April of 2014. However, some customers including the United States navy are still using this legacy technology and are paying Microsoft to make sure their version of Windows XP is updated and protected against...

Microsoft Security Essentials Won’t Keep You Safe

Microsoft Security Essentials is one of the few antivirus programs to fail the Av-Test and it has done so continuously in fact it would be difficult to ask any security researcher if there was a time when Microsoft Security...
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NASA demonstrates its first all-electric aircraft

NASA has demonstrated it's first all-electric experimental which they have dubbed as the X-57 Maxwell. Its first test flight is going to...

Tesla to launch version three of solar roof tiles on October 25, 2019

Tesla is going to launch a new version of its solar roof tiles line up tomorrow October 25, 2019.

Huawei VR Glass Will Launch This December In China

Huawei will finally be launching its own virtuality reality headset. The device has been dubbed the Huawei VR Glass. This has been...