Updates on Microsoft, one of the largest technology companies in the world. Founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen, the company has gone on to become one of the world's Big Five companies, along with Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Google. Headquartered in Redmond, Washington, the company is one of three companies to be estimated to be worth more than $1 trillion, along with Amazon and Apple.
Pentagon hacking fears fueled by Microsoft's monopoly on military IT
Everyone uses Microsoft, including the U.S. government and military. The reliance on one vendor makes us more vulnerable to hackers and cyberspies, experts say.
Lenient Rules for Bio Research Put the World at Risk. Will AI Do the Same?
To avoid the mistakes of biotech, the AI community needs to start thinking right now about the safety of generative artificial intelligence.
The U.S. Government Needs an Inside-Out Approach to China
When it comes to China, Big Tech, and the surveillance of Americans, the U.S. needs to invert the problem.
Content Is Dead, Long Live Content
What if this seemingly novel form of AI, which threatens to cheapen content like never before, actually has the opposite effect?
Americans Deserve To Know Who Funded BLM Riots
The radical Left has the means to realize its policy preferences in ways that bypass the democratic political process.
ChatGPT passes huge milestone as world swept up in AI revolution
ChatGPT creator OpenAI has beaten Microsoft's Bing search engine in terms of traffic for the first time.
Fact Check: Did Bill Gates call Ukraine "big, fat, corrupt sinkhole"?
Gates spoke at a think tank event in Australia just ahead of the Ukrainian government announcing a new anti-corruption drive in January 2023.
Fact Check: Did Bill Gates visit Epstein island 37 times?
The claim comes amid reports of new court docs will soon reveal more of Jeffrey Epstein's past.
Star chef recalls Bill Gates' bizarre order after booking entire restaurant
"There are people who have money, they're a bit tired of everything," said the Michelin star chef.
Fact Check: Has Bill Gates advised eating crickets to "stay healthy"?
Bill Gates' foundation has previously granted millions to edible insect development companies.
Section 230 Protects Tech Platforms at Your Legal Expense
What is contradictory about the free speech ideology so central to online companies' business models is that the protections they receive do not pass through to the individual.
Why Do We Still Need Humans, Anyway?
The past four decades or so have seen spectacular technological advances that have vastly disrupted industries, brought unimaginable convenience and efficiencies, and scrambled our brains in ways we may come to regret.
Fox News blasts Microsoft's Xbox change: "They're going after the children"
Microsoft is "trying to recruit your kids into climate politics" with recent changes to make their consoles more environmentally friendly, a Fox host claimed.
Microsoft Teams outage affects millions around the world
Microsoft Teams has reportedly stopped working for users across the globe.
Microsoft's changes to Xbox console leave Republicans outraged
Microsoft has changed some settings on game consoles to make them more eco-friendly. Some Republicans say this means the "woke brigade" is after your Xbox.
Big Tech is falling apart
Google and Microsoft are the latest Big Tech companies to announce thousands of job cuts, raising fears of a crisis in the sector.
Teen daughter's Christmas list PowerPoint presentation sparks debate online
The video, seen almost 15 million times, has drawn criticism from some TikTokers, with one lamenting: "Christmas just doesn't feel like Christmas anymore."
Elon Musk buys Twitter as Big Tech loses nearly $1 trillion in a week
Elon Musk now owns the company after spending months trying to back out of the $44 billion purchase deal.
Future Tech: Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED Laptop Is All Screen
This foldable OLED computer from Asus is a new type of laptop, but there's still a ways to go until it's ready for everyone.
Free October 2022 Xbox Games With Gold
The October selection of Games With Gold is a pared-down version of what Microsoft has offered in the past.
Microsoft Sues Mom of 2 Over Name of Her Business
Kate McKenzie, 40, was just days away from the launch of her new product, Word Window, when she received a threatening letter from the U.S. tech giant.
'I Didn't Reveal The Truth To My Employer At My Interview'
I wanted to really show that I was 100 percent capable of doing all the work.
Fact Check: Did Kamala Harris Announce Her Pronouns and Outfit in Meeting?
VP Kamala Harris fueled confusion and "woke" jibes after sharing her pronouns and describing her dress at White House event.
Netflix Slammed After Teaming Up With Microsoft To Introduce Ad Breaks
People are threatening to cancel their subscriptions following the announcement.
Bill Gates' North Dakota Land Purchase Sparks Questions Online
Bill Gates, who is already the largest private owner of farmland in America, owning some 270,000 acres, has sparked online discussion with his latest purchase.
Internet Explorer Era Comes to End as Microsoft Moves On
The web browser is being retired after 27 years of service.
Fact Check: Did Bill Gates Predict The Monkeypox Outbreak?
Posts on social media suggest the Microsoft founder had prior understanding or even knowledge that a smallpox-like outbreak would happen.
Microsoft To Double Salary Budget in bid to Retain Staff
"Time and time again, we see that our talent is in high demand because of the amazing work that you do," Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told employees.
Facebook, Google Face Regulatory Reckoning That May End Big Tech Dominance
A spate of new laws in Europe and the U.S. foreshadow what could be the end of dominance for Google, Facebook and Amazon
Microsoft Exec Killed With Daughter in Backseat Not Random Shooting: Widow
Kirsten Bridegan believes that her husband Jared Bridegan's killing was "too specific to be a coincidence."