Microsoft starts rolling out new ‘One Outlook’ Windows email client to testers

Written by Mary Jo Foley, Contributor Mary Jo Foley Contributor Mary Jo Foley has covered the tech industry for 30 years for a variety of publications, including ZDNet, eWeek, and Baseline. She is the author of Microsoft 2. Full Organic Credit: Microsoft Microsoft has started rolling out the new Outlook for Windows client to testers … Read more

Samsung Gear S3 gets Wear OS [Gallery]

After running on its own Tizen operating system for the better part of a decade for smartwatches, Samsung finally embraced Google’s Wear OS last year. However, a clever developer has been able to install Wear OS on the Gear S3, Samsung’s 2016 smartwatch. Samsung has been using “Galaxy Watch” as the branding for its smartwatch … Read more

Audi RS 5’s New Competition Package Has Coilovers

2023 Audi RS 5 with Competition packageImage† Audi In an effort to make the RS 5 more of a driver’s car — and more competitive with BMW M and Mercedes-AMG machines — Audi is giving the RS 5 a new Competition package. You get some serious performance goodies — but it all comes at a … Read more

Self-driving startup Wayve taps Microsoft for ‘supercomputer muscle’

General view of Microsoft Corporation headquarters at Issy-les-Moulineaux, near Paris, France, April 18, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau Register now for FREE unlimited access to Register LONDON, May 18 (Reuters) – British startup Wayve said on Wednesday it will use supercomputer infrastructure designed for the firm by its investor Microsoft (MSFT.O) to process vast amounts of … Read more

Bungie says “there will never be a ‘muzzle’ big enough to stop us from standing up for what’s right”

Following recent reports that Sony is refusing to approve any statements from PlayStation studios relating to reproductive rights, Bungie – whose acquisition by Sony was announced in February – has said “there will never be a ‘muzzle’ big enough to stop us from standing up for what’s right”. Bungie was one of the first studios … Read more