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China Hackers Breached US Govt Email Accounts – Microsoft

China Hackers Breached US Govt Email Accounts – Microsoft

China-based hackers have breached email accounts at two dozen organizations, including some United States government agencies, in an apparent spying campaign aimed at acquiring sensitive information. This is according to a statement issued on Tuesday…

Poll: Microsoft Employees Express Concerns Over Company’s Leadership

Poll: Microsoft Employees Express Concerns Over Company’s Leadership

A leaked poll that surfaced online revealed Microsoft's current state of leadership isn't inspiring a lot of confidence among its employees.

Microsoft To Pay $20m For Violating Children’s Online Privacy

Microsoft To Pay $20m For Violating Children’s Online Privacy

The United States has slammed a whopping sum of $20 Million on Tech giant, Microsoft for violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) on the Xbox platform. New Telegraph gathered that the US Federal Law…

Microsoft to expand Azure service with ChatGTP chatbot

Microsoft to expand Azure service with ChatGTP chatbot

A software tech company, Microsoft, is expanding its Azure cloud service by adding ChatGPT, an OpenAI’s chatbot. With the new app, the company said it was deepening its partnership with AI company while democratising AI.…

Microsoft retains commercial open source apps on Window Store

Microsoft retains commercial open source apps on Window Store

Microsoft said it has decided not to implement a policy to ban developers from selling open source software on Windows Store. The policy to ban commercial open source apps was set to go into effect…

Microsoft, Google, Cisco, VMware join legal battle against hacking company NSO

Microsoft, Google, Cisco, VMware join legal battle against hacking company NSO

  Tech giants Microsoft, Alphabet , Cisco, and VMware on Monday joined Facebook’s legal battle against hacking company NSO, filing an amicus brief in federal court that warned that the Israeli firm’s tools were “powerful,…