The Eerie, Persistent Scam That Calls You From Your Own Phone Number
Microsoft Word Users Are Incensed Over Apple’s New Catalina OS
How Amazon Workers Became the Best Climate Activists in Tech
Do Tech Companies Really Need to Snoop Into Private Conversations to Improve Their A.I.?
Microsoft Contractors Might Be Listening to Some of Your Skype Calls
An Interview With the Alabama Teenager Who Just Won the PowerPoint World Championship
Ninja, the World’s Most Famous Fortnite Streamer, Left Twitch for Mixer. What Is Mixer?
How—and Why—Patty Stonesifer Moved From Microsoft to the Gates Foundation
Patty Stonesifer’s Career Path Took Her From Microsoft to the Gates Foundation and Then to a Small D.C. Nonprofit
Microsoft Workers Say the Company Is War Profiteering, and They’ve Timed Their Protest to Hurt
Microsoft Is Basically Starting a Bank for Affordable Housing in Seattle
Americans Aren’t Buying American Cars Anymore
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.