Microsoft Released Patch for the Critical Windows Bug

Previously, we saw Microsoft issuing an unhappy statement at Google’s disclosure of Windows bug, now the company has finally released the patch for it. The fix will remove critical system vulnerability that was being actively used by the hackers. Microsoft released the patch for the Windows 10 bug on Nov. 8, Wednesday, which is supposed to… Continue reading Microsoft Released Patch for the Critical Windows Bug

Microsoft Unhappy at Google’s Disclosure of Windows Bug

Yesterday, Google disclosed a Windows bug alerting users to protect themselves against possible vulnerabilities. The tech giant released a patch for Chrome to protect the users, while the bug itself is being actively exploited and Microsoft is seriously displeased over the “uncoordinated” disclosure. Google updated the users on its official blog that the security issue… Continue reading Microsoft Unhappy at Google’s Disclosure of Windows Bug

Microsoft Outlook Premium is Now Available with Custom Domains

Microsoft Outlook Premium finally becomes reality after the tech giant experimented with it all through 2016. Currently available for the US customers only, the email services will offer custom domains and a limited-run pricing package of $19.95 for the first year. The year 2016 has been somewhat a good omen for Microsoft and its cloud… Continue reading Microsoft Outlook Premium is Now Available with Custom Domains

Microsoft Paint Gets 3D Boost for Windows 10

New Microsoft Paint for Windows 10

Microsoft Paint has been revitalized on Windows 10 with new features, including 3D sketching and painting. The upgraded Paint app’s support for 3D objects is said to be a preliminary step for HoloLens, which will be fine-tuned to draw effectively in programs that use three-dimensional sketches. The new Microsoft Pain also gets a variety of… Continue reading Microsoft Paint Gets 3D Boost for Windows 10

Microsoft is Shutting Down Skype’s Base in London

Microsoft’s announcement of closing down Skype’s London office is the biggest news of the day in the technology blogosphere. The decision would cost laying off 400 employees which the company justifies is all in an effort to unify some engineering slots. Skype’s base in London comprising of 400 people is shutting down but Microsoft will… Continue reading Microsoft is Shutting Down Skype’s Base in London

Microsoft finally brings ‘Desktop Apps’ on Windows Store

Microsoft may be late, but the tech giant finally realized its mistake and Windows will be given justice through Windows Store featuring desktop apps. Yes, that’s right. Now you will be able to download apps directly from Windows Store! This is kind of the news that just doesn’t go without commentary. People have been there… Continue reading Microsoft finally brings ‘Desktop Apps’ on Windows Store

Microsoft One Note to become a Mathematician

Microsoft is upgrading its One Note by giving it the power of solving mathematical equations. The student-friendly app lets users write down their digital notes with a help of a stylus, and now it is graduating as a mathematician. The One Note may not have arisen as a popular desktop application but its ruling the… Continue reading Microsoft One Note to become a Mathematician

Microsoft’s Xbox One now for only $249

XBox One

Microsoft has revised Xbox One’s price down to $249, which is a great news for gamers who couldn’t afford it previously. The subsidized rate has come forward as the launch of Xbox One S is nearing; due to be released on August 2, 2016. The 500GB Xbox One is now available at $249, but the… Continue reading Microsoft’s Xbox One now for only $249

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Will See its last by the End of 2016

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 will be Discontinued by December 2016

Microsoft has announced to discontinue the production of Surface Pro 3 laptop-tabs in December 2016. The tech giant announced the news on June 24, Friday, after observing low stock of the devices. Since the arrival of Surface Pro 4 in the series, the company had not carried out any upgrades in the product. Surface Prof… Continue reading Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Will See its last by the End of 2016

Microsoft, Facebook to put 160TB Internet Cable “MAREA” across the Atlantic Ocean

Microsoft and Facebook are planning to lay a 4100-mile internet cable across the Atlantic sea with a bandwidth capacity of 160TB. The giant undersea cable named “MAREA” has been consigned to Telefónica-owned Telxius. The project is expected to start in October 2017 with hubs connecting Northern Virginia to Bilbao, Spain. MAREA, which means “Tide” in… Continue reading Microsoft, Facebook to put 160TB Internet Cable “MAREA” across the Atlantic Ocean