Mozilla Firefox is Coming to the Microsoft Store

Mozilla this week updated Firefox across desktop and mobile, and the firm revealed that the browser is coming to the Microsoft Store. “Microsoft has loosened restrictions on its [Microsoft] Store [in Windows 10 and 11] that effectively banned third-party browsers from the store,” Mozilla explains of that latter update. “We…

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Twitch Suffers from Massive Leak

According to a report, Amazon’s Twitch gaming service has been hacked, with the attacker leaking the service’s source code and user payout details. The attacker posted a 125 GB torrent to 4chan forum site, stating that they wanted to “foster more disruption and competition in the online video streaming space,”…

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Yubico Adds Biometric Authentication Security Keys

Yubico, the leading provider of hardware authentication security keys, announced new biometric authentication security keys today. Dubbed the YubiKey Bio Series, these new security keys come in USB-A and USB-C variants and are designed for desktop platforms like Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS, as well as desktop web browsers…

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Microsoft Whiteboard is Getting a Big Update

In another nod to the hybrid work scenarios thrust upon us by the ongoing global pandemic, Microsoft announced a major update for its Whiteboard collaboration app. “Microsoft Whiteboard continues to evolve rapidly bringing people together in a rich visual collaboration workspace that allows you and your team to ideate and…

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Microsoft Announces Coming Skype Features

In an unexpected twist, Microsoft announced today that it is planning several new features for Skype, its consumer communications platform. What’s so unexpected about that, you ask? Well, Microsoft has been planning to kill off Skype in lieu of Microsoft Teams for years. But now it says that Skype is…

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Grammarly Launches its First Developer SDK

Grammarly is a must-have utility for all web and mobile users and now it’s going to get even broader support in other apps. “Grammarly empowers our users to drive impactful communication outcomes with our trusted suggestions,” Grammarly CEO Brad Hoover says. “Today, we’re excited to launch Grammarly for Developers, enabling…

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Microsoft to Revamp OneNote Desktop, Kill Windows 10 Client

Microsoft had previously revealed that it would move forward with the desktop version of OneNote and OneNote for Windows 10. Now, the software giant says that it will revamp OneNote desktop to adopt the Windows 11 look and feel and will kill OneNote for Windows 10. “We’re excited to share…

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Vivaldi 4.1 Adds Accordion Tabs and Command Chains

The new version of the Vivaldi web browser on desktop and mobile offers two new features, Accordion Tabs and Command Chains. “We know we can always improve,” Vivaldi’s Jon von Tetzchner writes. “So we’ve just added even more flexibility with two brand-new features – Accordion Tabs and Command Chains –…

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