Yes, it's true. The next version of Windows will run on low-power ARM chips, some of which will be made by Intel -- and many of which won't. Mary Jo Foley, as always, has more details.
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Microsoft on Tuesday announced the "general availability" (GA) commercial release of the Flexible Server deployment option for the Azure Database for PostgreSQL service.
Microsoft on Monday described its ongoing efforts to turn Microsoft 365 Web applications into progressive Web apps (PWAs).
Microsoft on Friday outlined changes for organizations using Microsoft Teams for phone calls.
Brien shares a few of his favorite additions to the latest version of Microsoft's productivity suite.
Microsoft this week announced four new security features for the Microsoft Authenticator app that can be used for confirming mobile device user identities.
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