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Welcome back to another edition of Microsoft Weekly where we recap all the important events that happened in the Redmond technology giant's universe in the past few days. Dive right in!
Although Google Authenticator customers are rejoicing over the addition of sync functionality to the app, security researchers have noted that it does not have end-to-end encryption yet.
Microsoft has added a handful of useful capabilities to Excel across the web, Windows, and Mac. Some of the enhancements include improvements to the Chart Task Pane, conditional formatting, and more.
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a challenge against the USPTO by a computer scientist. The latter claims that their patent should attribute their AI system as the inventor.
The latest edition of Microsoft Weekly contains all you would need to know about the latest events that transpired in the world of Microsoft during the past week, dive right in without further ado!
As a response to the growing tech export bans from the U.S., Huawei has announced the go-live of its in-house ERP system to reduce dependencies on U.S. vendors like Oracle, SAP, and more.
Although some European countries are rushing to ban ChatGPT and related technologies, Ireland is taking a more measured approach where it wants to fully understand the benefits and risks of AI.
Hacker Gary Bowser from the infamous Team-Xecuter Nintendo piracy group has been released early from prison. However, he will likely be paying off fines to Nintendo for the rest of his life.
This week has been quite busy when it comes to Microsoft news. We have a lot to unpack including Windows bugs and their respective fixes, new GPT integrations, and upcoming Windows features.
Razer has launched the Stream Controller X with 15 switchblade LCD keys, a swappable faceplate, and integration with some leading streaming tools. It rivals Elgato's Stream Deck with a $150 price tag.
Child safety advocates have written a letter to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, asking him to stop plans to make his metaverse, Horizon Worlds, open to younger audiences, or risk losing their trust again.
Microsoft has unveiled improvements to its Bing integration with multiple apps and services including Microsoft Start, SwiftKey, and Skype. The company is on a mission to bring Bing everywhere.
Fueled by "popular demand", Microsoft has finally introduced Windows Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) as a built-in feature on certain versions of its operating system.
WhatsApp Beta users on Android can now start leveraging companion mode on their smartphone. The nifty functionality is an extension of Linked Devices and allows you to pair with up to four phones.
Rumors claim that Microsoft's next major update to Windows will arrive in late next year in the form of "Windows 12". But what should we expect from this purported OS come 2024? Read my thoughts here.