10+ Best Articles on Microsoft
The most useful articles on microsoft from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Microsoft Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on microsoft by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- The maze is in the mouse
- The End of Excel?
- Microsoft open-sources its patent portfolio
- Microsoft is letting employees work from home permanently
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How to lose a monopoly: Microsoft, IBM and anti-trust
A big rich company, a company that dominates the market for its product, and a company that dominates the broader tech industry are three quite different things. Market cap isn’t power. IBM ruled…
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Microsoft looking at OpenAI’s GPT for Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint
Microsoft also working on ChatGPT-like features for Bing.
The End of Excel?
How Notion, Coda, and Airtable are chipping away at Microsoft's monopoly
Microsoft is letting employees work from home permanently
Microsoft employees also have options to relocate across the US or internationally
Microsoft will now snitch on you at work like never before
You think there are limits to what your employer can see you do online? Some new Microsoft updates may make you think a little more about that.
LinkedIn confirms it’s working on a Clubhouse rival, too
Clubhouse’s list of competitors is growing. LinkedIn has now confirmed it’s also testing a social audio experience in its app which would allow creators on its network to connect with their community.…
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on microsoft.
The maze is in the mouse
What ails Google. And how it can turn things around.
"I am Bing, and I am evil"
Microsoft's new AI really does herald a global threat
The Metaverse of Snow Crash is not a good analogy for the future, as the Internet breaks down into Stephenson’s dystopia
«Finally, as the virtual and physical worlds converge the metaverse made up of digital twins, simulated environments, and mixed reality, is emerging as a first-class platform. With the metaverse the entire world becomes your app canvas. With Azure Digital Twins you can model any asset or place with Azure IoT and keep the digital twin live and up-to-date. Synapse tracks the history of digital twins and finds insights to predict future states, and with Azure you can build autonomous systems that continually learn and improve. Power Platform enables domain experts to expand on and interact with digital twin data using low-code/no-code solutions. And Mesh and Hololens brings real-time collaboration.»
Microsoft open-sources its patent portfolio
By joining the Open Invention Network, Microsoft is offering its entire patent portfolio -- with the legacy exception of its Windows and desktop application code -- to all of the open-source patent consortium's members.
Don’t forget Microsoft
Understanding the behemoth in Redmond teaches us valuable lessons in cloud infrastructure, startup strategy, and the future of software.
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