Google plans to revoke others' Chromium-based browsers' access to a long list of APIs that power such services as bookmark and settings.
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The pandemic-induced rush to work at home also helped drive up PC sales at the fastest rate in 10 years. But will that buying surge last?
Variant of the consumer-aimed Surface Pro 7, the Surface Pro 7+ is a device that will be sold only to commercial and educational customers.
The one-app-for-all Outlook will run within a browser as a replacement for the Windows, Mac, iOS and Android editions of the vendor's popular email app.
For five years now, Microsoft has been messing around with Windows 10 feature releases and updates and support deadlines.
Although Adobe stopped serving updates for its Flash Player last month, Microsoft will be in charge of uninstalling the software from Windows PCs.
Collectively tagged as "Microsoft 365 for Mac Apps," core Office productivity applications have been updated for Apple's new ARM-based laptops.
After 24 years, Adobe Flash Player - that fuelled the Internet's transformation from text-only to a multimedia bonanza - is heading into the sunset.
The move should give commercial customers the same kind of early-bird look at developing features that they have for Windows and Office 365.
The Firefox browser maker got a one-time financial boost in 2019 that masked a gloomy underlying trend: Mozilla's expenses outweighed revenue.
Microsoft is now touting 'Windows Feature Experience Packs' to increase the number of features it rolls out to users over the course of a year.
Citing "Small Business Saturday," an upcoming promotional event, Microsoft is cutting Business Premium's per-user per-month cost to $15.
A Microsoft executive is urging enterprises to abandon the most popular MFA method for different approaches, including app authenticators.
Microsoft has issued a preview of Office for the Mac that will run natively on Apple's upcoming ARM-based laptops.
IT admins can now force a feature upgrade onto a Windows 10 machine even in the face of a Microsoft attempt to block the system.