Microsoft to change sexual harassment policy
Published in News

Following investigation sparked by Gates disclosures and shareholder outrage 

Microsoft’s board is reviewing its policies on sexual harassment will issue a report in the spring after years of complaints about Microsoft’s investigations.

Ukraine government servers still packed with malware
Published in News

Microsoft warns

Software King of the World Microsoft warned on Saturday evening that it had detected a highly destructive form of malware in dozens of government and private computer networks in Ukraine.

Microsoft stops making Xbox One
Published in Gaming

End of an error

Microsoft has stopped manufacturing all Xbox One consoles and consigned the console to history.

Biden meets top tech firms
Published in News

Apparently they will help sort out Open source

The White House will meet executives from leading tech firms, including Google, Biggish Blue, Vole, Facebook, Jobs’ Mob, Oracle and Amazon.

Apple loses another chip expert
Published in PC Hardware

It just can’t keep them

While the Tame Apple Press claims that Jobs’ Mob is about to replace Intel as the world’s top chip maker, the fruity cargo cult can’t keep experienced personnel.

Qualcomm teams up with Microsoft on AR specs
Published in AI

Showing off at CES

Qualcomm is working with Microsoft on custom chips that would control lightweight augmented reality glasses for use by both consumers and businesses for metaverse apps.

Year 2022 bug hits Microsoft exchange
Published in News

Servers stop delivering mail

Microsoft Exchange on-premise servers cannot deliver email starting on 1 January, 2022, due to a "Year 2022" bug in the FIP-FS anti-malware scanning engine.

Microsoft discovered bug in Azure app source code
Published in News

NotLegit flaw found by Wiz

Microsoft has notified earlier this month a select group of Azure customers impacted by a recently discovered bug that exposed the source code of their Azure web apps since at least September 2017.

EU gives Microsoft thumbs up on Nuance
Published in News

Nothing Volish going on 

The European Commission has approved Microsoft's $19.7 billion bid to buy Nuance.

Steve Ballmer wanted Cortana to be called Bingo
Published in Mobiles

More Microsoft branded

The much missed, shy and retiring, delightfully understated former Microsoft CEO Steve “there’s a kind of hush” Ballmer wanted to call Voles Cortana AI “Bingo.”