Build 2019 was held at the top of the week, which means the flow of news has been constant. Azure, Edge on other platforms, AR Minecraft, and much more. Be sure to catch up via the guide below.
In the first full episode of the Neowin Podcast, we talk about all the major announcements that happened at Build and I/O, including new features for Edge, the Pixel 3a phones, and more. Come join us!
While Microsoft still hasn't officially made the new Chromium-based Edge available on macOS, the installer has leaked online, giving Apple users the chance to try it out right now.
Microsoft is rapidly improving its Chromium-based Edge browser, which is currently in preview. However, there's a lot more to come, and the firm today announced what you should expect.
With Microsoft's new Edge browser coming to older versions of Windows and macOS, this may not be the most surprising news, but you'll probably be able to use Chromium-powered Edge on Linux.
Microsoft is making it easier for developers to bring Fluent Design to Android and iOS apps as well as the web, with new tools to implement the company's styles and controls across platforms.
At its Build developer event, Microsoft teased an augmented reality experience for Minecraft on phones, somewhat similar to Pokémon GO. More details will be revealed later this month.
Microsoft announced some new features for its upcoming Chromium-powered Edge browser today, but it also showed off the browser running on Apple's macOS for the first time. It's still not available.
With enhancements and updates to Azure Data Factory, SQL Data Warehouse, Data Lake Storage Gen2, and Data Explorer, Microsoft is aiming to help users visualize and more easily gain insights into data.
Microsoft's biggest developer event of the year kicks off today, so naturally, the company announced some updates to its developer tools, along with a new Visual Studio with GitHub subscription.
Microsoft has unveiled new capabilities and service tiers in the Azure database space, including Hyperscale for PostgreSQL, APIs for Apache Spark and etcd, and online migrations for Oracle databases.
Microsoft announced some new features for its Power Platform today, introducing an Ethereum connector for Flow and PowerApps, Visual Studio extensions, PowerApps Component Framework, and more.
On the first day of its Build 2019 developer conference, Microsoft announced a range of Microsoft 365 improvements, including FIDO2 certification in Windows 10, Cortana Skills Kit features, and more.
Microsoft made a number of announcements for its developer toolkit, including the first major update to the Windows Subsystem for Linux, Windows Terminal, an update for Windows UI Library, and more.
After unveiling it at its Ignite 2018 conference last fall, Microsoft today announced that Microsoft Search is now generally available, coming to Microsoft 365 and Office 365 this month.
Today at its Build developer conference, Microsoft announced a feature for Word called Ideas. It uses the Microsoft Graph to help you to write better stories and to create a polished document.
Microsoft announced that Adaptive Cards and Actionable Messages are coming to Outlook Mobile. Both features were added to Outlook on Windows and the Outlook Web App last year at Build.
Today at its Build 2019 developer conference, Microsoft announced the Fluid Framework, aiming to "break down the barriers of the traditional document as we know it" for better collaboration.
At its Build 2019 developer conference today, Microsoft announced a number of new features that are coming to its new Edge browser, which is based on the open-source Chromium project.
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Ahead of its Build 2019 developer conference today, Microsoft announced a range of AI and machine leanring services for Azure, including updates to Cognitive Services, AI in Azure Search, and more.
Ahead of its Build developer conference today, Microsoft announced IoT Plug and Play and Azure SQL Database Edge, new solutions that are created for the needs of the intelligent edge.
Microsoft has published a schedule of 123 sessions that it will be holding at its Build 2019 developer conference next month. Naturally, more sessions will be added between now and then.
As promised, Microsoft today opened up registration for its Build 2019 developer conference. People that want to attend can grab their ticket for the price of $2,395, not including accommodations.
Microsoft has officially announced the dates of its Build 2019 developer conference, and unfortunately, it will once again overlap with Google's I/O developer conference the second week of May.