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Microsoft Surface Studio 2 is the top for the creativity: our test

Microsoft has a role complicated, a lot of partners with which it shares the joys and sorrows of the PC market and manufacturer of terminals and premium which have the aim to indicate the way forward. This Surface Study 2 is an exact representation of this strategy, an All-in-One that is wholly and all...

Windows 10, the Insider to Skip Ahead and test already build 2020 | 18836 20H1

The first build of Windows 10 20H1 is available to Insiders in the Fast Ring, recorded in the circuit, Skip Ahead. Yes, 20H1, 19H2: Microsoft explains that some of the things that are in development for the feature update in the spring of next year will require testing to take longer than usual.The build...

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Windows 10, 8.1 and 7: start the Patch Tuesday of February 2019

Punctual as always, the second Tuesday of the month comes the Patch Tuesday: Microsoft has released on Windows Update for updates for almost all versions of Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7. Usually, there are no new features, only bug fixes, security updates and other improvements in quality;...

LinkedIn Live: behold the service of real time video streaming

LinkedIn Live is the first service of streaming real-time video of the professional social network owned by Microsoft. It was presented in the last few hours, but will initially be available only in the United States, in Beta form, and through a system of invitations. The main objective is, predictably,...

Microsoft will use the TomTom maps in its software services/cloud

Microsoft and TomTom have further strengthened their partnership: Azure will become the cloud service the primary TomTom, while Microsoft will include the map data and the traffic on the TomTom in all of its software products, including Bing, Cortana, and Windows. The decision is important especially...

Microsoft: deny facial recognition to governments would be cruel

The Microsoft chairman says that it would be "cruel" to deny to governments the access to the technology of facial recognition. Brad Smith, who is also head of the legal division of the colossus of Redmond, speaking to Business Insider in response to an appeal by a coalition of activists (including the...