As a collaboration between 18F and the U.S. Digital Service, a set of Web Design Standards has been set forward for government sites to use.
Microsoft Office 2016, released to Volume License customers yesterday, includes the familiar Office Customization Tool.
The Department of Defense began enforcing size limits on mailboxes with the deadline today.
To help with the transition to the newest version of their productivity suite, Microsoft has provided several Quick Start Guides to explain the interface and new features.
Before yesterday’s alarming “test update” came through Windows Update, I encountered another Windows Update issue on Windows 8.1.
Microsoft accidentally published a test update to Windows Update today.
Even while Microsoft wrote on the topic of privacy concerns, it does not address those concerns directly and resorts to finger-pointing at unnamed other companies to distract from the question and the fact that privacy control options will be added in as an after-thought.
Amazon has discounted its annual Prime membership to $67 today (normally $99) and the discount ends at midnight.
Samsung, Netflix, NVIDIA, and Microsoft for Minecraft all had updates to present at the Oculus Developers Conference.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is blocking the image-hosting website Imgur as of this morning.
The program has a bug in it that means the previous version of the Flash Player does not seem to be uninstalled with the installation of the new version on Windows.