Microsoft has begun notifying some Outlook.com users that their email accounts have been accessible “for months” and requesting that the passwords be changed.
Microsoft has decided to close its e-book store, which will make the books acquired through this service disappear. That is, users can no longer read the eBooks they have purchased.
After years trying to insert original content to the market, YouTube seems to be reversing its plans to become another Netflix-style platform or Amazon Prime.
Those who were users of Microsoft Office 97 will no doubt remember Clippy, the mascot of the productivity suite, which appeared from time to time to help with questions or offer suggestions for use.
One of the news of the week is the stock market leadership of Amazon: the ecommerce giant has reached a stock market capitalization of close to 796,000 million dollars, surpassing Microsoft.
Microsoft’s search engine hopes to expand its user base as more computers upgrade to Windows 10.
The last time that Microsoft was established as the most valuable company in the world, in 1998, the impeachment process of Bill Clinton had not yet begun, Boris Yeltsin was still the president of Russia and Google was less than a month old.