Microsoft To Ban 'Offensive Language' And Monitor Your Private AccountThe tech giant is planning to ban accounts that use "offensive language" and will go through your private data to "investigate" users.
Bitcoin Called 'Unstable' By Microsoft, Dropped As A Payment MethodMicrosoft employees told reporters at Bleeping Computer that the cryptocurrency's market was too volatile to keep using for online transactions.
Microsoft Paint Could Get Erased After 32 YearsSay goodbye to Microsoft Paint?
Microsoft Warns Of 'Elevated Risk Of Cyber Attacks' In Releasing New Updates-Microsoft has released several critical security updates to protect against widespread hacking, citing an "elevated risk of cyber attacks."
World Reels From Massive Cyberattack That Hit Nearly 100 CountriesOrganizations around the world were digging out Saturday from what experts are calling one of the biggest cyberattacks ever.
Microsoft Introduces New OS Designed To Make Learning More 'Dynamic'Microsoft is making a big push into the classroom with new software the company says is more in tune with the way kids learn these days.
Microsoft Collaborates On Software For The Legal Marijuana IndustryMicrosoft is one of the first major technology companies to get involved with the cannabis industry.
How To Make Microsoft's $26.2B Deal For LinkedIn Pay Off For YouMicrosoft is paying $196 per share for LinkedIn, a 50% premium over the stock's closing price on Friday.
After Racist Tweets, Microsoft Muzzles Teen Chat Bot TayMicrosoft's public experiment with AI crashed and burned after less than a day.
Microsoft To Allow Crossplay With Other Video Game PlatformsA move by Microsoft could change the face of gaming: the Xbox maker says players will be able to compete with those on other consoles.
Microsoft Increases Paid Leave For New ParentsUnder its new policy, Microsoft Corp. will increase total paid leave for new mothers to 20 weeks, from a current 12 weeks paid and eight weeks of unpaid leave.
Windows 10 Gets A Release Date, Microsoft Pushes Free Upgrade Offer Right To Your ScreenMore than 200,000,000 people still use Windows XP, despite Microsoft ending support for the operating system last year. But for those running newer versions of Windows, KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports the company is pushing a reminder to your screen of a free upgrade.