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Microsoft unveils Copilot Plus PCs designed for AI

IT major Microsoft has introduced a new category of Windows PCs designed for Copilot+ PCs.

Microsoft's new MAI-1 AI model may challenge OpenAI's GPT-4 and Google Gemini

Washington : Microsoft is developing a new large-scale AI language model called MAI-1, which could potentially rival state-of-the-art models from OpenAI, Google, and Anthropic, reports Th ...

Microsoft's new AI technology can even make Mona Lisa start rapping

The iconic Mona Lisa is no longer only smiling, she also prefers to sing and even rap, thanks to the new artificial intelligence technology unveiled by Microsoft.

China may use AI-generated content to disrupt upcoming polls in India, USA, says Microsoft

Technology major Microsoft has warned that China may use Artificial Intelligence-generated content to disrupt upcoming polls in India, South Korea and the USA.

Microsoft claims its corporate system attacked by Russian state-sponsored group

IT Major Microsoft on Friday said its corporate system was attacked by a Russian state-sponsored group.

Microsoft rolling out Copilot update on Edge for Androi, iOS users

IT major Microsoft is all set to roll out a major Edge browser update for smartphones with more AI-powered Copilot features, media reports said.

Microsoft planning to launch AI-enabled Surface laptops: Reports

Software major Microsoft is gearing up to upgrade its  Surface Laptop lineup with new AI-enabled features, media reports said.

Microsoft to end Windows 10 support which may hit 240 million PCs: Reports

Microsoft Corp plans to end support for  Windows 10 operating system may leave about 240 million personal computers (PCs) in landfills.

FTC will require Microsoft to pay $20 million over charges it illegally collected personal information from children without their parents’ consent

Microsoft will pay $20 million to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) by collecting personal information fr ...