Paul Allen’s Remarkable Life Is a Testament to His Spirit—and a Monument to Inequality
Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen, Who Helped Ignite the Personal Computer Revolution, Dies at 65
Why Gadgets Don’t Look Like Gadgets Anymore
Why Journalists Just Can’t Quit Microsoft Word
Big Tech’s Push for a New Privacy Law Is Really About Protecting Itself
Microsoft Says Russian Hacking Operation Targeted Conservative Groups Critical of Russia
Microsoft Has a Plan to Fix Those Annoying “Update Your Computer!” Pop-Ups. Thank Goodness.
How Microsoft Is Profiting From the Great Amazon Backlash
Why Does Microsoft Want a Government Crackdown on Face Recognition?
Microsoft’s Surface Go Might Actually Stand a Chance of Beating the iPad
How Silicon Valley Employees Woke Up to the Damage Their Companies Can Do
Microsoft Touted Its Work With ICE in January. Now Its CEO Is Downplaying It.
Why Would Microsoft Pay $7.5 Billion for GitHub?
Microsoft Is Buying GitHub. Now It Has to Convince GitHub’s Users to Trust It.
Why the Military Can’t Quit Windows XP
Why Alexa Is Coming to Your Laptop
Microsoft’s Office of the Future Seems to Be Missing Something
Microsoft Is Finally Making Windows Better for Smartphone Users
The Ick Factor of Computers That Converse Like People