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Jack M. Germain
Microsoft Becomes Master of Its Own Linux Kernel
05/09/19 8:56 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1843 Words

This marks the first time that Microsoft will include the Linux kernel as a component in Windows. Microsoft also introduced a Windows command line terminal that will add functionality to PowerShell and WSL.

Both the in-house custom-built Linux kernel for WSL2 and...

Jack M. Germain
Microsoft's Edge Goes With the Chromium Flow
04/10/19 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1050 Words

... on Monday released the first Dev and Canary channel builds of the next version of Microsoft Edge, which is based on the Chromium open source project. The company last year revealed that it was reworking its Edge browser to be based on...

Jack M. Germain
What Microsoft's GitHub Deal Promises to Programmers
06/11/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1470 Words

... sent tremors through the open source world last week, when it announced that it would acquire the popular developer platform GitHub for US$7.5 billion in company stock. Microsoft will acquire GitHub subject to closing conditions and completion of regulatory review. The acquisition...

Chris Maxcer
Appletizing Microsoft: All You Need Is Love
10/19/15 10:25 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2271 Words

... question that's been bugging me lately is this: Why hasn't Microsoft managed to break through with mobile consumer devices? While Apple has been breaking into the enterprise through consumer demand, Microsoft's enterprise tradition hasn't been helping with consumers. Case in point? Windows...

Laura DiDio
Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? - Part 2
08/11/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1578 Words

Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? - Part 1 You'd think that Microsoft was all but dead, judging by some of the industry scuttlebutt. Microsoft's tactical and strategic technology and business missteps are well publicized and dissected ad infinitum.

Less well documented are Microsoft's...

Laura DiDio
Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? - Part 1
08/04/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1386 Words

... been a busy summer for Microsoft and chief executive Steve Ballmer. In recent weeks, the software giant released customer previews and ship dates for the newest versions of its flagship Windows and Office products; purchased Yammer, a cloud-based enterprise social networking company;...

Jeff Kagan
How Microsoft's Surface Can Win the Tablet War
06/21/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1459 Words

... Microsoft has introduced another new product. This one is a tablet called the "Surface." If Microsoft is not careful, it could actually be successful with this one -- if it plays its cards right, anyway. The Surface will let Microsoft compete head-to-head...

Jack M. Germain
What Does Microsoft Have to Do to Earn FOSSers' Respect?
06/05/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1336 Words

... Microsoft may not have fully endeared itself into the FOSS rank and file with its recent attempt to hold hands with the open source community. Feelings are not unanimous regarding the commercial software giant's decision in April to front a company-owned subsidiary...

Laura DiDio
Windows 7's First Birthday, Microsoft's Midlife Crisis
10/20/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1740 Words

Since it was released October 22, 2009, Microsoft has sold more than 200 million copies of the operating system -- approximately seven copies per second. That makes it the fastest-selling operating system in Microsoft's -- or any vendor's -- history. Windows 7 sales...

Dana Gardner
Ruminations on Microsoft's Future
11/06/08 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2060 Words

In this episode, our experts examine the state of Microsoft at the onset of the annual Professional Developers Conference. Two narratives emerge from our roundtable discussion, that Microsoft is behind on many new IT trends and is tied to past business models. The...

Walaika Haskins
Microsoft Pumps Another $100M Into Novell Deal
08/20/08 2:19 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 996 Words

... Microsoft is bumping up its monetary investment in its controversial partnership with Novell . Styling the deal as a so-called incremental investment increase, Microsoft will buy up to US$100 million in Suse Linux Enterprise Server support certificates. The certificates are sold and...

Jack M. Germain
Microsoft's Chromium-Based Edge Browser Available as Release Candidate
11/05/19 12:10 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1671 Words

... with unveiling its new Edge browser logo, Microsoft on Monday announced the official launch date of its nearly finished Chromium-based Edge browser and made its Release Candidate available for download immediately. The latest beta edition of the browser is stable enough for...

Rob Enderle
Ballmer's Vindication: Microsoft Launches 5 Apple-Killer Surface Products
10/07/19 11:06 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1952 Words

... of the last major initiatives former CEO Steve Ballmer launched before he left Microsoft was its Surface effort. It was designed to address the concern that the iPod would take over the PC world. The iPod could have been such a threat,...

Jack M. Germain
Microsoft, OpenAI Shoot for the Stars
07/23/19 9:36 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1278 Words

... wants to empower its Azure cloud computing service with yet-to-exist artificial general intelligence (AGI) technologies to create new goals for supercomputing. Microsoft on Monday announced a US$1B investment through a partnership with OpenAI to build new AI technologies. The two companies hope...

Rob Enderle
Google, Microsoft In Step in New Era
05/13/19 10:55 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2133 Words

... Google and Microsoft are three very powerful companies. Two of them had big events last week -- Google I/O and Microsoft Build. What I found interesting was that both Google and Microsoft largely were on the same page about focusing on the...

Peter Suciu
End of the Line for Microsoft Edge?
12/07/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1332 Words

... circulated this week that Microsoft will be replacing the core technology in its Edge browser for Windows 10 with Chromium, the open source software from Google that is the core of the Chrome browser. Google's Blink -- the browser engine that is...

John P. Mello Jr.
Microsoft Goes All-In With Gaming
06/12/18 10:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1039 Words

Microsoft also offered the more than 6,000 people on hand at its E3 presentation on Sunday peeks at major titles to be released next year -- many enhanced to run on Xbox One, including Fallout 76 , Tom Clancy's The Division 2...

Jack M. Germain
Microsoft Calls On Linux for Its New IoT Security Platform
04/22/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 913 Words

... has opted to use its own version of a Linux operating system instead of Windows 10 to drive its new Azure Sphere solution for securely connecting Internet of Things devices. Microsoft introduced Azure Sphere last week at the RSA security conference in...

John P. Mello Jr.
Microsoft Strengthens Partner Bonds
07/12/17 10:11 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 769 Words

... on Monday announced several new offerings aimed at strengthening its position in the cloud marketplace, including Microsoft 365 Enterprise and 365 Business, at its Inspire partner conference in Washington, D.C. Microsoft 365 Enterprise is designed to empower employees of large organizations to...

David Jones
Microsoft Debuts Smarter Cloud at Build
05/11/17 2:52 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 892 Words

Microsoft offered a preview of Azure IoT Edge, a cross-platform runtime that allows cloud functionality to be run remotely on IoT devices. The technology runs on both Windows and Linux , and it can operate on devices smaller than a Raspberry Pi.

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