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Microsoft sets stage for mixed-reality future
Microsoft set the stage for a future in which long-distance coworkers can collaborate as though in the same room, using augmented reality glasses and cloud computing power.
Microsoft designing its own chips for servers, surface PCs
Microsoft Corp. is working on in-house processor designs for use in server computers that run the company’s cloud services, adding to an industrywide effort to reduce reliance on Intel Corp.’s chip technology.
Microsoft files patent to record and score meetings on body language
Technology giant Microsoft has filed a patent for a system to monitor employees' body language and facial expressions during work meetings and give the events a "quality score".
Microsoft feature criticized as workplace surveillance
Microsoft has been criticized for enabling “workplace surveillance” after privacy campaigners warned that the company’s “productivity score” feature allows managers to use Microsoft 365 to track their employees’ activity at an individual level.
Microsoft helps found industry alliance to advance DNA data storage systems
Microsoft is teaming up with other companies to form an alliance to advance the field of DNA data storage, which promises to revolutionize the way vital records are kept for the long haul.
Microsoft to let employees work from home permanently: Report
Software giant Microsoft will let employees work from home permanently if they choose to, US media reported on Friday, becoming the latest employer to expand work-from-home provisions prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Microsoft outage brings down Teams, Office 365, Outlook
Microsoft said it is investigating an outage that brought down Microsoft’s cloud-based office services including the meetings software, Teams, worldwide.
Microsoft offers Windows 10 October update
They say big things come in small packages. But when Microsoft releases its second semiannual Windows 10 update next month, it'll be mainly small things in a big package.
Microsoft's underwater data center resurfaces after two years
Two years ago, Microsoft sank a data center off the coast of Orkney, Scotland, in a wild experiment.
World faces staggering jobs challenge, says Microsoft president
The world is facing a staggering jobs challenge with a quarter of a billion people set to lose their job this year, the president of Microsoft said.
Microsoft bars facial-recognition sales to US police
Microsoft became the latest US company to limit the use of its facial-recognition technology by police.
Microsoft sacks journalists to replace them with robots
Dozens of journalists have been sacked after Microsoft decided to replace them with artificial intelligence (AI) software.
Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates leaves board
Microsoft on Friday announced that cofounder Bill Gates has left its board of directors to devote more time to philanthropy.
Why do we want a quantum computer?
Microsoft engineer Krysta Svore wants a quantum computer to solve the FeMoco problem, but that’s just the start of what she thinks a quantum computer can do.
Microsoft updates terms on data privacy amid EU probe
Microsoft said on Monday it was updating the privacy provisions of its commercial cloud contracts after European regulators found its deals with European Union institutions failed to protect data in line with EU law.

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