Intel will Produce Chips for Microsoft as Demand is Driven by AI

The US chipmaker Intel has announced that it will produce high-end semiconductors for Microsoft in an effort to compete with TSMC and Samsung in the global supply of the next generation of silicon used in artificial intelligence. Encouraged by geopolitical concerns in Washington on the Continue Reading

Apple’s Vision Pro will Support to Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel, and more, at Launch

Later this week, Microsoft will release a suite of its Microsoft 365 apps for Apple’s Vision Pro headset. On February 2, the same day that Apple’s new headset goes on sale in stores, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Loop, and Microsoft Teams will all Continue Reading

Microsoft offers an evaluation tool for Azure Migration designed for.NET apps

AppCAT, an Azure Migrate tool from Microsoft, was released with the goal of helping customers move their on-premises.NET apps to the Azure cloud. Since its launch on January 3, the Azure Migrate application and code assessment tool for.NET, or AppCAT for short, has allowed users Continue Reading

Github, owned by Microsoft, announces the launch of Gopilot Chat, an AI-powered chatbot.

Github, the AI-powered platform owned by Microsoft, has opened up its chatbot Copilot Chat to all regular users. The announcement was posted by the platform on its blog. The cost of the chatbot for individual users is $10 per month. According to Github, businesses and Continue Reading

Microsoft is discontinuing its mixed reality platform for Windows

Upstate, Windows Mixed Reality is on its way to a farm. An official list of Windows features that are no longer supported by Microsoft indicates that the platform is closing. This includes the standard Windows Mixed Reality software, the companion Steam VR app, and the Continue Reading

Microsoft Unveils Roadmap for Upcoming Features in New Web-Based Outlook for Windows

In a recent update, Microsoft has shed light on its roadmap for the anticipated web-based Outlook for Windows, poised to replace the Mail and Calendar apps on both Windows 11 and Windows 10. The new all-in-one client is nearing completion and offers users the option Continue Reading

Microsoft considered purchasing Bungie, Sega, and IO Interactive.

Phil Spencer, CEO of Xbox, emailed Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and CFO Amy Hood in November 2020 to ask for permission to approach Sega Sammy to acquire its gaming studios. In an email seen by The Verge, he wrote about the Japanese company, “We believe Continue Reading

Plug-ins for Microsoft’s Bing Chat AI will soon be available to all

Today, Microsoft’s Bing GPT-4 chatbot is available to everyone without a waitlist. You can now access the open preview version powered by GPT-4 by signing in to the new Bing or Edge using your Microsoft account. Additionally, Microsoft is significantly upgrading Bing Chat with numerous Continue Reading