Microsoft has formally announced the death of passwords, at least on its services. Starting today, you can completely remove a password from your Microsoft account and use alternate methods instead.
Epic Games announced Apple will let users "Sign in with Apple" for a bit longer, and warned users to still prepare for the method to be removed. This is the latest move in the ongoing legal battle.
Google has announced that it will begin blocking any sign-in attempt from embedded browser frameworks from June as part of an effort to protect users from man-in-the-middle attacks.
In a blog post published today, Google acknowledged its missteps with Chrome 69, and promised to provide users with an option that would de-link web-based sign-ins to Google accounts from the browser.
Google has caused a stir over the weekend with a change introduced in Chrome 69. Users who signed into Google's web services now see their account picture in Chrome without actually being signed in.
Microsoft has updated its Services Agreement with numerous changes to Skype, OneDrive and more. Gamers will now need to log in to Xbox Live at least once every five years to maintain their gamertags.
Google is testing out a new system with a very small number of users, which allows them to sign into their Google accounts without the need for a password. Instead, they use their Android phones.