Panos Panay will write his next chapter at Amazon
Capcom president also thinks games are too cheap
The company will need a lot of nuclear energy for its IA training and cloud services
Microsoft's $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard is almost complete after UK watchdog gives provisional approval
After initially blocking the deal
The ripple effect of these launches will be felt in the short and long term
Microsoft 365 integrates AI functions for enterprise users starting November 1
Beware the RAM upgrade
Possibly another attempt at self-deprecation as it tries to buy Activision Blizzard for $69 billion
Phil Spencer would consider Nintendo acquisition a "career moment"
One of the oldest Windows applications is still evolving
Massive leak reveals next-gen Xbox could be a cloud-hybrid console, Series X|S refresh coming in 2024
The Xbox is set to undergo a sea-change in the coming years.
Gamescom demo allegedly showed graphics "comparable" to PS5 and Series X
Support for MS Edge on Windows 7 and 8 came to an end in January, however Microsoft have released a bug fix version for Win 7, 8, and 8.1 (and Server 2012 R2) to address a flaw that's being exploited in the wild.
Basic cloud security practices were lacking
Facepalm: Training generative AI models requires coordination and cooperation among many developers, and additional security checks should be in place. Microsoft is clearly lacking in this regard, as the corporation has put vast amounts of data at risk for years.
Even the unsupported Surface Book 2 is getting the all-important September patches
Panay is ready to write his next chapter
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is already incorporated on Android and iPhones
Teaching an old dog new tricks
Removed carbon could be used for concrete
The big picture: Microsoft is preparing a big change in how printer manufacturers and customers interact with Windows. In a few years from now, Redmond's operating system won't provide any "official" means for third-party driver distribution. Security and reliability for printing operations will improve as a result, hopefully.
Not only is the game better, but he was "told" it will reach more players as an exclusive
Yes, Gaben is a former Microsoftie.
It comes at a price, but a small one