Updated Skype also does MMS. Your Phone also does photos. Neither talks to iOS
Distro emerges blinking after 8-year hibernation
$250bn market ripe for savings
Angry investors want to know why they weren't told before everyone else
Also: Your Phone gets a bit more useful
Edinburgh's in Canada, right? No? Oh … umm … sorry?
Chocolate Factory cuts characters from address bar for the sake of brevity (yeah right)
Made the jump to Win10? Have an extra 12 months of September support
Tin-foil retailers expecting a windfall as hat-makers arrive en-masse
Look on the bright side, there’s always the cloud. What could go wrong?
You will use the new debugger and you will like it, OK?
Pity the external software devs – they only just found out about this!
Office 2019 users need not apply
Devs can deal with pull requests from Chrome
Say farewell to Highlights ... if you even noticed it was there
'Crashy McCrashface' sadly not an option this time around
October iOS change reflects broader societal shift
Twelfth time's a charm
Crypto library mainstreamed as version 1.2.0 lands on GitHub
Browser will stop asking nicely for privacy protections
Analysis Fortnite spat sheds light on the duopoly
Only thing left now is a Supreme Court bid in row over Android and Java copyright
Wave the CPU trust flag if you're feeling safe enough
Sticky Notes, Green Screen of Deaths and Skype. There is no rest for the Windows watcher
Happiness is Adobe-shaped, misery looks more like Micro Focus and Oracle
It's 'cuz cloud giants use tools without giving anything back
Microsoft still supports some embedded XP derivatives
Government to cut Microsoft off at the end of 2018
Open-source pixel botherer cranks it up to version 2.10.6
Updated Redmond created executable installers with vulnerable tools
Microsoft chows down on its open-sourced dog food
Still using it after last year's OS axe? No apps for you then
Thousands of apps yanked for violating terms and conditions
Analysis The software's just fine, annual codefest agrees
Three SMS platforms? Oh Redmond, you spoil us
Processes, Services, Installations: One UI to rule them all. Almost.