Kevin Okemwa is a seasoned tech journalist based in Nairobi, Kenya with lots of experience covering the latest trends and developments in the industry. With a passion for innovation and a keen eye for detail, he has written for leading publications such as OnMSFT, MakeUseOf, and Windows Report, providing insightful analysis and breaking news on everything revolving around the Microsoft ecosystem. While AFK and not busy following the ever-emerging trends in tech, you can find him exploring the world or listening to music.
DALL-E 3 😍😍 Microsoft is integrating OpenAI's DALL-E 3 into Bing Image Creator. The company indicates that the technology will help users generate detailed and engaging images.
23H2 Microsoft announced during its special Surface and AI event that it will be shipping Windows 11 23H2
Microsoft recently introduced four new Text-to-Speech voices. The new voices are designed for conversational scenarios to ensure user interactions are more realistic, lifelike, and engaging.
SOFTWARE APPS Microsoft intends to transition the feedback entry point for Outlook for Web from the bottom of the Help pane to the Help tab of the ribbon. The change is designed to enhance the discovery for users.
MICROSOFT GRAPH You won't be able to access email messages, meetings, and contacts from Exchange Online after October 2026.
SAS TOKENS 38TB of Microsoft's private data was mistakenly leaked. A cybersecurity firm has narrowed down the issue to SAS tokens.
WSL The latest update to the Windows Subsystem for Linux will provide users with better network compatibility for VPNs.
Microsoft and Egnyte, "a secure platform for content collaboration and governance," have teamed up to provide users with great collaboration and productivity tools.
Deprecated Microsoft recently shipped Edge 117 to the Stable Channel, and though it adds new features, fixes, and improvements, it also removes several.
You got mail The new Outlook app for Windows will provide users with a unified experience and enhanced productivity.
AI shopping Amazon is hopping on the AI bandwagon and launching a set of AI generation tools designed to help with product listings and management experience for sellers.
Admin alert Admins must transition to Windows Server 2022 or purchase extended support to keep their Windows Server 2012 databases running.
SPIKED SALES Gfk has reported a 76% increase in Xbox Series X|S console sales and attributes this spike to Starfield's launch and the new version of the Xbox Series S release.
Lingon't Microsoft has announced that text translation will no longer be available on OneNote for Windows 10 from November 2023 but provides a list of alternative solutions.
OFFLINE!! A new feature dubbed Offline mode is on its way to Microsoft OneDrive. The feature lets users access the platform even without an internet connection.
Third-party chats Meta will incorporate a new feature into WhatsApp dubbed 'third-party chats' following EU pressure, but specific details for how and when it'll be deployed are vague.
Perfect match 😍 Google Chrome users will soon be able to match its theme with your chosen accent color in Windows. However, it's currently limited to a specific group of users.
SPLIT IT Microsoft is testing a new way to enhance the Split screen's capabilities. The latest Canary release adds a new vertical layout for the feature to enhance navigation.
AI research Dell is partnering up with the University of Limerick (UL) to make advances in cancer research by leveraging AI capabilities.
Beware Truesec is investigating a new phishing scam dubbed DarkGate Loader, leveraged by hackers to send malicious messages to Microsoft Teams users.
CHAGPT PLUMMETS ChatGPT seems to be on a downward spiral. August marked the third month consecutively showing a decline in the number of visits to ChatGPT's website.
CLIMATE CONSERVATION Microsoft is set to buy 15,000 metric tons of carbon removal from Heirloom.
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