We should hear more updates about Windows 10 or the next version of Windows at Microsoft Build 2019.
Microsoft's Project Brainwave, a hardware accelerated deep-learning platform, is available for preview on Azure cloud
Microsoft launched its platform to run deep-learning models in the Azure cloud and on edge devices in real time, called Project Brainwave. It is now available in preview on Azure.
Microsoft Build 2018 highlights: Azure IoT Edge, Cortana and Alexa integration, Mixed Reality applications and more announced
We expect announcements in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), with updates on Windows 10 and also information regarding Windows Mixed Reality
Windows 10 is now running on a half-billion devices nearly two years after its release, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella disclosed Wednesday during the software maker's annual conference for applications programmers.
Microsoft is working on a visual recognition software which utilizes multiple cameras around a workplace and identifying people and objects using AI.
Build 2017: Cortana goes beyond PC and smartphones, to be available in smart speakers and automobiles
At the ongoing Build 2017 conference, Microsoft announced that Cortana is going beyond PC and smartphones and will begin entering the IoT space with the Harman Kardon Invoke speaker.
WWDC was kicked off with quite a keynote today, though it does pale in comparison to BUILD. Among the myriad announcements were a few gems that Microsoft should really take cues from.
Facebook Messenger, Microsoft Cortana and Google Assistant are the three chatbot platforms that are changing the way we interact with machines.
After a long first day at Microsoft Build, Day 2 of Build 2016 was all about Azure, Enterprise services and how developers could tap into the tools available with Visual Studio. The keynote of day 2 kicked off with Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President, Microsoft taking on the stage. The focal point of the discussion shifted towards its cloud service Azure.
Microsoft's ongoing conference, Build 2016, was supposed to be big. The reason being, a lot of us have been expecting steps beyond Windows 10. And of course, there’s been HoloLens which has been around as a proof of concept. Then there was the world of Universal Windows applications. All said and done, Microsoft presented all this and more and packaged it with style, to much applause and delight from the developer community.
So far known as Project Spartan, the new browser will be called Microsoft Edge. The idea behind naming it as Edge is the fact that the new rendering engine that Microsoft is using for the Windows 10 browser is called EdgeHTML.
Microsoft hopes to get more people using the next version of its Windows software on all kinds of devices by giving them access to many of the same apps they’re already using on Apple or Android phones.
At the Build conference, Microsoft demonstrated some more details of its virtual reality device, Hololens.
Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella, finds himself the centre of much attention. In a short period of two months, he's made quite a few key announcements for the company.
Microsoft has said the next breakthrough software application will come from India, which develops more than 10 percent of the apps and is home to one of the largest IT industries in the world.
However the product rollout for Cortana will be quite slow. Cortana be available soon in the US in beta, then will launch in the US the UK and China in the second half of 2014, with other countries to follow in 2015.
Microsoft has announced that an updated version of Internet Explorer 11 will be available on Windows 8.1, Windows 7, and Windows Phone 8.1.
Microsoft Corp is to give away its Windows operating system to makers of smartphones and small tablets for consumers as it seeks to make more of an impact on those fast-growing markets.