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Microsoft confirms Windows 10 source code was leaked online

Microsoft has confirmed that a portion of Windows 10 source code was leaked online. The leaked code, which includes files related to Microsoft’s USB, Wi-FI drivers, storage as well as Windows 10 Mobile Adaption Kit and Creators Update builds were posted on to Beta Archive’s FTT.

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Microsoft Windows 10 S vulnerable to ransomware: Report

Microsoft Windows 10 S, which the company says has been streamlined for security, is vulnerable to exploits by hackers. Windows 10 S was announced along side Surface Laptop in May. The operating system lets users download apps directly from the Windows Store.

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Microsoft’s new ‘Modern Keyboard’ with fingerprint scanner launched

Microsoft has upgraded its “Modern Keyboard” with one big highlighted feature – a fingerprint scanner. The successor to the Surface keyboard looks identical in design, but comes with an integrated fingerprint reader that lets users to unlock their Windows machine by pressing the key right to be space bar using Windows Hello. 

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Microsoft, Intel and Nvidia invest in Canadian startup ‘Element AI’

Microsoft, NVIDIA and Intel have made the investment for a Canadian AI start-up “Element AI”. The company that came on the scene eight months ago, is a platform to help companies of all sizes build AI into their businesses, has raised $102 million.

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US top court rules for Microsoft in Xbox class action fight

The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of Microsoft in its bid to fend off class action claims by Xbox 360 owners who said the popular videogame console gouges discs because of a design defect. The court overturned a 2015 decision by the US Court of Appeal.

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Microsoft Xbox One X vs Sony PS4 Pro: Which is the best 4K console?

Microsoft Xbox One X has been announced at E3 2017. We already know the internal specifications of the Xbox One X, which puts the console in direct competition with Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro.  So which console are you planning to buy?

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E3 2017: Minecraft’s ‘Better Together Update’ brings cross platform support

Minecraft will get cross-platform support for mobile devices, Nintendo Switch, VR, Windows 10 PCs, and gaming consoles with a new update. Microsoft’ E3 press conference saw an important announcement for Minecraft with the new “Better Together Update.”

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Microsoft’s E3 top announcements: Xbox One X, Minecraft, Forza, and more

Microsoft officially revealed Project Scorpio as the Xbox One X, calling it the most powerful gaming console in the world, with a price tag of $499 and the official sale is November 7. Here’s a look at the top announcements from Microsoft’s E3 press conference.

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Microsoft Xbox One X launched at E3: Aimed at hardcore gamers

Microsoft’s Xbox One X console will see a worldwide release on November 7, and the company said Xbox One X will be its smallest and most powerful video-game console ever. The device, which will be priced at $499, is designed to work with 4K television sets.

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E3 2017: Microsoft unveils Xbox One X, the most powerful console ever

Xbox One X, Microsoft’s new and most powerful console for gaming, has finally been revealed at the E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) 2017 at a press conference in Los Angeles. The Xbox One X, formerly known as Project Scorpio, is coming out on November 7.

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E3 2017: Microsoft drops Xbox One S price ahead of Project Scorpio reveal

Microsoft has cut the price of the Xbox One S in the US ahead of its E3 press briefing. The company is offering a $50 (or approx Rs 3219) on the Xbox One S, Microsoft announced on Twitter. This brings the price of the Xbox One S in line with Sony’s PlayStation 4

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Microsoft Windows 10 Preview build gets redesigned Action Center, new features

The update includes a new Action Center, redesigned Start, full screen mode in Microsoft Edge, pin page to taskbar and more. The Action Center gets a new Blue colour scheme and some graphic tweaks following Microsoft’s “Fluent Design System”.

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E3 2017: Latest news, predictions, start time and what to expect

The Electronic Entertainment Expo – E3 for short- has technically begun. The video games industry’s biggest big ticket event takes place in Los Angeles from June 13-15. Excited about what’s coming? Here’s what to expect from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo

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Kaspersky files antitrust complaints against Microsoft in Europe

Russian security software maker Kaspersky Lab has filed antitrust complaints against Microsoft with the European Commission and the German federal cartel office. Kaspersky Lab said Microsoft was abusing its dominance in the PC operating system market,

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Microsoft apologises for accidentally releasing internal Windows 10 builds

Microsoft has apologised for accidentally releasing builds from some of its internal branches for PC and mobile that were rolled out due to the “inadvertent deployment” to the engineering system that controls the release of builds to the Windows Insiders.