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Microsoft Updates Get Started App with New Content

The Get Started update adds new content for the latest Surface devices, Windows Anniversary features and more, as well as design changes and performance improvements.
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Windows 10 Mobile: Microsoft adds "Get-Started" pages for Continuum with Video-Demo

With the launch of Windows 10 mobile coming closer, Microsoft is adding the new features to its introductory pages and FAQs. A new video now shows off the coming Continuum feature which allows using a Windows 10 Mobile phone like a PC.

Top 3 App Creation Ideas with Minimum Budget

A few years ago, creating a mobile app was only possible for people with a budget or coding experience. Fortunately, this is no longer...

Microsoft HoloLens 2 Gets Windows Holographic 21H1

Microsoft has updated HoloLens 2 to Windows Holographic 21H1 with Chromium Edge, Settings features, and more.

Microsoft Teams Gets Spotlight and Hard Mute on Wide Release

Hard Mute and Spotlight for Microsoft Teams are rolling out to all users, adding two interesting presentation features to the service.

Google’s Android Microsoft Bing Search Auction Gets Slammed by DuckDuckGo

After choosing Microsoft Bing as an alternative search tool on Android, Google’s auctions have angered DuckDuckGo.

Microsoft Edge to Get Built-in Screenshot Feature

Microsoft Edge is currently testing a screenshot tool that will be native to the browser, although details about its abilities are scarce.

Amazon Honeycode Targets Microsoft PowerApps as a Low-Code Developer Solution

Amazon Web Services has announced Amazon Honeycode, a low-code app development service that rivals Microsoft PowerApps.
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Microsoft Teams to Target Zoom with Support for 49 Video Participants

Microsoft is working on a feature for Microsoft Teams that will allow 49 users to take part in a video call, matching Zoom’s limit.

Microsoft Edge Immersive Reader Gets Translate Features

Users of the Microsoft Edge Immersive Reader can now get content read to them in different language in preview.

Microsoft’s Windows 10 May 2020 Update Arrives on MSDN And Gets Official SDK

Windows 10 Version 2004, the May 2020 Update, has been spotted on MSDN and the SDK can now be installed ahead of a wider release this month.

Windows 10 Will Get Microsoft Search Late This Year after Lengthy Delay

Microsoft Search is now planned to land on Windows 10 Enterprise variants in Q4 2020, far past its initial goal of early 2019.
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MCSA, MCSE, and MCSD Certifications Get Another Seven Months of Life Due to Coronavirus

MCSA, MCSE, MCSD, and their 15 related certifications now won't be axed until January 2021 as Microsoft acknowledges the disruption of coronavirus.
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Microsoft Exchange Vulnerability Has Been Targeted by Government-Backed Hackers

Security firm Volexity has confirmed a Microsoft Exchange bug has been exploited by several groups associated with governments.

Spotify’s Web App May Soon Get a Powerful Equalizer Feature

Spotify appears to be working on an equalizer for its web app that will let users adjust individual frequency brackets and save them as profiles.

Google Voice Could Get Real-Time Transcription and Call Recording

Google Voice could soon have real-time transcription, while Google has seemingly overcome legal barriers for call recording.

Microsoft Whiteboard Gets Support for Word and PowerPoint Docs

Microsoft Whiteboard's latest version lets users quickly import PowerPoint and Word documents for quick annotation, highlighting, and sharing. They can't edit the documents at this time.

Malvertising Attack Targets Apple’s Safari Browser

A new malvertising attack started by the eGobbler group has already hijacked over one billion ads on the Safari browser.

Microsoft’s Mixer Gets Live Stream Ads, but Creators Are yet to Get a Cut

Mixer will show on ads on creator's live streams, but they won't currently get a cut. The platform says it's exploring ways to pass in revenue but wouldn't make a firm commitment.
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Facebook Allows Advertisers to Target Users Viewing Nazi Content

A report from the L.A. Times suggests Facebook has allowed advertisers to target users who are looking at Nazism on its platform.