Last week was Qualcomm's Snapdragon Technology Summit, where we got a chance to sit down with senior director of product management for Windows on ARM at the company, Miguel Nunes.
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In the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview, some users have discovered that Cortana and search have been separated, as Microsoft has been rumored to be doing in the OS for some time.
According to a new job listing on its website, Microsoft is working on a Microsoft 365 consumer SKU. The listing is for a product manager, and there aren't any details on the actual product.
Intel announced its CPU architecture for 2019 today. Called Sunny Cove, it's built on a 10nm process, and it includes a significant boost to the integrated graphics, promising teraflop performance.
According to a new report, some users are seeing a feature in the Cortana app that allows them to train their voice, along with up to five other users, for multi-voice recognition on Invoke and Xbox.
Today is Patch Tuesday, and alongside of new updates for all supported versions of Windows 10, Microsoft is also releasing new updates for older versions of the OS including Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.
Today is Patch Tuesday, and that means that it's time for Microsoft to release new cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows 10. That includes all versions except for 1511.
After the ISO images for Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18272 were removed early last week, Microsoft today released new ones, this time for Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18290.
In a rare Monday move, Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview. It contains a ton of changes, such as improvements to File Explorer, Start Menu, Notepad, touch keyboard, and more.
Google today announced another bug in its Google+ API that impacted 52.5 million users, so the company will be shutting down the service in April, rather than in August as it originally planned.
Microsoft's Kyle Pflug has posted some new details of the company's upcoming Chromium-based Edge browser, including that it will support Chrome extensions and you can download PWAs via the browser.
While it was already rumored that Microsoft's next HoloLens will be powered by an ARM processor, it turns out that the chipset will be a Snapdragon 850, meaning that it will be an Always Connected PC.
Lenov's Yoga C630 WOS is one of only two devices powered by a Snapdragon 850 chipset, and it's the only one that comes in a convertible form factor. It's also the only one with 8GB RAM.
After Microsoft announced that it will be using Chromium in Edge moving forward, Mozilla issued its own statement on the subject, saying that the move gives Google too much control over the internet.
Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 8cx for Windows 10 PCs, which is the first 7nm PC platform. I got to play with one and the chance to try out new native applications such as Firefox and Asphalt 9.