Claimed it used her name in vain
Apple fangirl Taylor Swift sued Microsoft over a racist AI chatbot which used twitter.
What happened to the “great satan” of software
While Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple are targets of government investigations and public outrage, somehow Microsoft is escaping all the wrath.
To facilitate the development of “conformant, interoperable implementations
Software King of the World Microsoft said it is supporting the addition of its exFAT file system to the Linux kernel. To facilitate the development of “conformant, interoperable implementations”.
Calling in the Irish
Having already asked Microsoft to make modifications to Windows, the Dutch data protection agency (DPA) called for an investigation by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), Microsoft's lead EU privacy regulator.
Just don't get it drunk
Microsoft announced it will be holding a Surface hardware event in New York City on 2 October and is expected to unveil its dual-screen Surface laptop/tablet hybrid.
Joins Microsoft's AI unit
Bill Stasior, the former head of Apple's Siri division, is leaving the company after nearly a decade to join Microsoft's artificial intelligence division.
As fast as a Pentium 2
Software King of the World Microsoft appears to be throttling its Surface Pro 6 and Surface Book 2 down to 400 MHz – which is about the speed of an old Pentium 2.
Been there since Windows XP
A little known Microsoft protocol, which has been used by all Windows operating systems since Windows XP is insecure and a doodle to exploit.
Boosts bug bounties
Software King of the World, Microsoft has released Azure Security Lab, a sandbox-like environment for security researchers to test its cloud security. The company also doubled the top Azure bug bounty to $40,000.
Expected after the buy-out
LinkedIn said it’s finally migrating computing workloads from its own equipment to the Azure public cloud and giving Microsoft its critical data.