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Microsoft is updating Outlook.com with a new look and feel as well as some AI-inspired functionality.
Windows Subsystem for Linux, one of last year's most noteworthy additions to the Windows 10 operating system, is now available in a preview version of Windows Server.
With the release of Firefox 55, Mozilla adds new tools to its web browser, including an integrated screenshot capability and a number of security improvements.
The majority of sales professionals surveyed cited a variety of tools including smartphones, customer relationship management apps and “data enrichment” services as “valuable” to “extremely valuable” for doing their job.
DAILY VIDEO: HPE reveals details for spin-off of Its software business; Google tweaks Play Store search to reward android app quality; Microsoft Eye Control makes accessibility widely available to disabled; and there's more.
Users are reacting positively to the new privacy options provided by the Windows 10 Creators Update as the clock counts down to GDPR.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Why deep learning is a literal ‘killer app’ for computers, and how IBM has figured out how to distribute computing for much faster processing of big-data artificial intelligence workloads.
A new Power BI connector enables users to visualize and explore customer data in new, potentially more informative ways.
Flood IO enables DevOps teams to test how their applications scale with massive loads generated from around the world.
New technology considers the eyes as the proverbial 'windows to the soul,' as some people have described the way the eyes can be read to determine a person’s frame of mind.
The company prepares OneNote for a new school year by adding support for Flipgrid, a video-based social learning platform.
HPE announced that its 50.1 percent portion of the Micro Focus software business will be spun off into yet a new entity called Seattle SpinCo, Inc., at the close of business on Aug. 21.