Most people without disabilities ignore articles about accessibility because like a wheelchair ramp they're there but seem irrelevant to them. With one billion people living with disabilities and many disabilities being acquired through accidents, disease or aging, we'll all be touched by disabilities directly or by association. With the digital world becoming more integral to our lives...
Microsoft has been teasing its arrival all week, and now it's here: Windows 1.11. Well, sort of. The promotional tie-in with Netflix's Stranger Things has you playing through a mystery via none other than a recreated version of Windows 1.0.
Microsoft has been quite the tease on social media this week, announcing Windows 1.0 with a tie-in with the latest season of Netflix's Stranger Things. Now, the company is extending that tease by revealing something is coming on July 8.
Microsoft's social media team is having a bit of fun with a sizzler video and a callback to Windows 1.0 today, but what's even stranger is it appears the company is teasing something. Exactly what that is is anyone's guess.
In a multi-cloud world Microsoft's determination to make Azure the de facto cloud service powering the world's computing is ominously similar to its fateful Windows-centric strategy of the past. As Microsoft had to adapt Windows as a cross-platform OS to co-operate with, not dominate, other OSes, it must do the same with Azure to work with other cloud services. After all - to users the...
Many Microsoft and Windows phone enthusiasts see Microsoft's cloud focus as a profit-driven obsession with little direct relevance to them. But the cloud is cooler, and more personally relevant than you think.
Every since the rise of smartphones, emojis have given users the ability to express themselves in a number of ways. Whether it’s capturing one’s emotions or describing who they are, emojis helps us do that through text messages and tweets.
Microsoft has been pontificating about 'edge computing' for years, and for many consumers that word meant nothing. But at CES 2019, Microsoft and its partners made edge computing a little more tangible for the masses.