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Microsoft may be building a discless next-gen Xbox after all – Engadget

Just when it seemed Microsoft's plans for Project Scarlett, its next-generation Xbox console, were getting simpler, there's a new wrinkle to the narrative. According to Kotaku's Jason Schreier, Microsoft is working on a more affordable, disc-less version of the device codenamed "Lockhart."Read our full story on Engadget: https://www.engadget.com/2019/12/04/m...Get More Engadget: • Like us on Facebook:…
Microsoft is Redesigning Its Mobile Apps – Thurrott.com

Microsoft is Redesigning Its Mobile Apps – Thurrott.com

Microsoft announced today that it is applying a consistent new design to its flagship mobile apps. Confusingly, this new design will incorporate experiences from both the Fluent Design System and its similarly-named Fluid Framework. “Today, we’re excited to unveil redesigns to our flagship mobile apps,” Microsoft’s Jon Friedman writes. “We’ve redesigned Outlook, OneDrive, Word, Excel,…
Microsoft is giving its Office for iOS and Android apps a makeover – ZDNet

Microsoft is giving its Office for iOS and Android apps a makeover – ZDNet

Credit: Microsoft Microsoft has been working on remaking its Office mobile apps for iOS and Android in terms of design and functionality. On December 5, the company provided some details on what it's been doing, including on how it is making these apps more conformant with its Windows and Web Fluent design language and framework..…
Microsoft wants everyone to follow its lead with its new mobile design

Microsoft wants everyone to follow its lead with its new mobile design

Nearly a decade ago, Microsoft launched its Windows Phone platform with the promise that its software would free users from their phones. The first big ad campaign showed people engrossed in their devices at clubs, restrooms, and even on a roller coaster, while frustrated bystanders asked, over and over: “Really?” Windows Phone would answer those…
Report: Microsoft Still Making A Second, Radically Different Next-Gen Xbox – Forbes

Report: Microsoft Still Making A Second, Radically Different Next-Gen Xbox – Forbes

Gears 5Credit: MicrosoftThere was a time when the word on the street was that this plan had been shelved, but now a new report out of Kotaku suggests that Microsoft is indeed going ahead with a radically new strategy for the next generation of Xbox by making one powerful flagship console meant to serve as…
Microsoft 365 Life: Office, password manager, and more for spring 2020

Microsoft 365 Life: Office, password manager, and more for spring 2020

Microsoft has been leading up to launching a consumer version of its Microsoft 365 subscription for months. The Verge originally revealed that the company was planning a “for life” version of its Teams software earlier this year, and now ZDNet reports that the Microsoft 365 consumer subscription is currently named “M365 Life.” These subscriptions will…
44 million Microsoft users reused passwords in the first three months of 2019 – ZDNet

44 million Microsoft users reused passwords in the first three months of 2019 –...

The Microsoft threat research team scanned all Microsoft user accounts and found that 44 million users were employing usernames and passwords that leaked online following security breaches at other online services.The scan took place between January and March 2019.Microsoft said it scanned user accounts using a database of over three billion leaked credentials, which it…
Microsoft may release two Xbox consoles next year – The Next Web

Microsoft may release two Xbox consoles next year – The Next Web

A new reports suggests that, contrary to what Microsoft employees have been saying for months, there are two Xbox models coming out in the next console generation. If the information is correct, Microsoft is making a cheaper and less-powerful console to compliment its powerhouse, Project Scarlett. The report comes from Kotaku’s Jason Schreier, who said…
Microsoft may be building a disc-less next-gen Xbox after all – Engadget

Microsoft may be building a disc-less next-gen Xbox after all – Engadget

Unpacking what that means requires a short history lesson. Back when rumors of Project Scarlett first started to trickle out in 2018, publications like Thurrott suggested that Microsoft planned to release two devices: "Anaconda," a traditional console with high-end specs; and "Lockhart," a cheaper cloud-based device with minimal local computing capabilities. The pitch of Lockhart,…
Microsoft may be building a disc-less next-gen Xbox after all

Microsoft may be building a disc-less next-gen Xbox after all

Unpacking what that means requires a short history lesson. Back when rumors of Project Scarlett first started to trickle out in 2018, publications like Thurrott suggested that Microsoft planned to release two devices: "Anaconda," a traditional console with high-end specs; and "Lockhart," a cheaper cloud-based device with minimal local computing capabilities. The pitch of Lockhart,…

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Imagine it’s late October 2020, and that there's fierce competition for the remaining undecided voters in the presidential election. In a matter of hours, a deepfake video depicting a candidate engaged in unsavory behavior goes viral, and thanks to microtargeting, reaches those who are most susceptible to changing their vote. Deepfakes—the use of AI to…

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