In an effort to make Windows 10 the best that it can be, Microsoft has scheduled the second Creators Update Bug Bash for February 3-12. Windows Insiders will be able to complete Quests and interact directly with Microsoft staff.
The Project Valerie laptop prototypes that were stolen from Razer's booth at CES 2017 last weekend have turned up on Chinese online shopping website Taobao with an asking price of $21,700. So much for industrial espionage.
What if you could rotate a 2D portrait in 3D? That's the idea Adobe Research is working on in the latest in a series of teasers. The third teaser comes after a Siri-like voice assistant for Photoshop and a 3D version of Photoshop.
After a bit of back and forth between Apple and Consumer Reports, the product review company agreed to retest the MacBook Pro's battery. After finding a much-improved battery life, the device received a stamp of approval.
Amid concerns over its security, Telegram is hoping to turn users' attention to its aesthetics instead. The new desktop app is titled version 1.0 and is fully redesigned from the original. It features animations and support for themes.
Most of us will never make it to space, and so it's great to see NASA making investments into bringing their unique subject matter to VR. One such project is underway at the Kennedy Space Center in conjunction with brandVR,
Windows Hello is approaching a milestone of sorts, with almost 100 unique devices now supporting the protocol. Microsoft took a few minutes in a blog post to bring us up to date on all of the different ways you can now log into Windows 10.
Microsoft has issued its December 2016 update for Office 2016 users in the Office Insider Slow Ring, adding in the ability to easily restore shared document versions, more easily use the Surface Pen in Excel, and more.
A new survey from researchers in Texas shows that most people get overconfident when they are identifying phishing emails and this leads to several mistakes. The researchers believe the study will help in reducing the amount of phishing…
Two former members of Microsoft's online safety team are suing the company for trauma they claim was caused by exposure to extreme violent and sexual content that they experienced as part of their work.