The April 2021 edition of the TIOBE index showcasing the popularity of programming languages is now live. Surprises include Fortran being ranked 20th and Assembly Language breaking the top 10 barrier.
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Microsoft seems to be randomly sending out complimentary Microsoft Store credit to spend on the ongoing Spring Sale which offers up to 75% discounts on various games, movies, and TV shows.
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YouTube has announced updates to its policies which indicate that content creators will be allowed to use some profanities and talk about certain adult themes without being demonetized.
As previously hinted, Microsoft has announced financing plans for HoloLens 2 Development Edition in the United States. The 0% interest options go as low as $97.22/month for a three-year plan.
Facebook has disrupted a cyber espionage operation being carried out against Uyghur activists living abroad. The malicious activity has been attributed to a sophisticated Chinese hacking group.
Microsoft has announced that based on the telemetry data it has been observing from 400,000 on-premises Exchange Server IPs, 92% have applied patches to mitigate the ongoing security vulnerabilities.
Microsoft Word on the web can now automatically convert your work into a PowerPoint slide deck. It acts as a great starting point for creating presentations by removing boilerplate effort.
In order to reduce the potential attack surface for employees who plug in USB devices to their organization's Macs without realizing security risks, Microsoft has rolled out better security controls.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is dropping the "Xbox Live" brand name and will now refer to the underlying online service as "Xbox network" instead. Hints of this change began back in August 2020.
Nier: Automata is being heavily review-bombed on Steam because the Xbox Game Pass version which launched on PC via the Microsoft Store does not contain the technical issues existent on Steam.
Twitter has officially confirmed that it is indeed working on "undo tweets" functionality, but a new unconfirmed report suggests that the capability might be tied to a paid subscription service.
Microsoft has enabled Defender Antivirus to automatically mitigate a recent vulnerability in on-premises Exchange server instances. This acts only as a temporary workaround to break the attack chain.
Apple has updated its Maps to show over 20,000 COVID-19 vaccination locations in the US. Healthcare providers not included in the current rollout have the option of registering with Apple as well.
Microsoft's Windows Community Toolkit simplifies the process of building UWP and .NET apps. Version 7.0 of the utility sports a new MVVM library and improved notification support, among other things.