Microsoft is rolling out Password Monitor for Edge users. As the name implies, the service monitors a database of breached credentials and lets you know if your password is unsafe to use.
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Facebook has emphasized that it made the right decision in banning Trump indefinitely but has referred the case to an independent body for review. A decision will be reached in less than 90 days.
Microsoft has announced that no new Teams recordings will be stored on its existing Stream solution after March 1. Storage will be transitioning to OneDrive for Business and SharePoint.
Microsoft has denied allegations that it is forced to include AA batteries from Duracell in its wireless Xbox controllers, going as far as to say that gamers are free to utilize "any brand".
Microsoft's DeBERTa model for natural language understanding has outperformed humans in SuperGLUE benchmarks, defeating Google's model which just set the previous record a couple of days ago too.
Microsoft has disclosed details of three cases where it fought secrecy orders issued by the U.S. government accessing customer data. The orders came from federal courts in Maryland and New York.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of email OTP for better B2B collaboration. Guest users will be allowed to access resources without Azure AD, a Microsoft account, or Google federation.
An old build of Microsoft's canceled, modular OS for traditional PCs has leaked online. The operating system was codenamed Polaris and will be superseded by Windows 10X later this year.
Apple recently stated that the Amphetamine app for Mac would be removed from the App Store for being named after a drug and featuring a pill icon. Now, the company has reversed its stance.
Microsoft has ended support for Office Lens on Windows and removed the app from the Microsoft Store. The company has recommended that users transition to the Android and iOS counterparts of the app.
News has been circulating that CDPR has recently revealed a new webpage which claims that free DLC for Cyberpunk 2077 will start arriving in early 2021. Unfortunately, this isn't quite true.
Due to a legal dispute, Huawei has reportedly removed all Tencent games such as PUBG, Arena of Valor, and Honor of Kings from its app store. It's currently unclear why this extreme step was taken.
With 2020 drawing to a close, Valve has revealed the 100 bestselling Steam games of the year. Headliners include Cyberpunk 2077, Among Us, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, DOOM Eternal, and GTA V.
2020 ends in a few days, which makes now the perfect time to take a look back at some events and happenings in the tech landscape which caught us off-guard, for better or for worse.