Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that Microsoft was going to make a “significant” investment at its operations in Mecklenburg County. He said the expansion will create 100 new jobs.
If you do your homework before attempting to make the switch, the transition should go much smoother with fewer “surprises.”
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has died at 65.
Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn explains how Microsoft support scammers convince people that they have computer problems and what you can do if you’re scammed.
If you’ve been reading horror stories about the latest Windows update deleting files, Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn wants you to know what’s actually happening with the latest update.
Is Microsoft about to charge a monthly fee for Windows 10? Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn looks at the tech giant’s plan for the popular operating system.
With the Spring Creators Update about to hit Windows 10 computers, Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn said you’ll want to act quickly if you want to control when it happens.
A 9-year-old set aside his wish for an Xbox this Christmas to instead use the money to purchase blankets for a homeless shelter program, and on Dec. 16 he got a surprise from Microsoft.
Smile! Uber drivers will be required to periodically take selfies, to improve safety for the ride-sharing company.
Medical research has traditionally treated cancer as a disease to be cured, but Microsoft’s latest efforts to aid the medical professionals treats it as a puzzle to be solved.
Were you eager to make your computer run faster before really understanding what all the tools and settings meant, making things worse? You’re not alone. The Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn breaks it down.
Some of the biggest names in technology, including Facebook, YouTube, Microsoft and Twitter, have vowed to remove illegal online hate speech within 24 hours.
The new state-of-the-art cable will enhance network speed from Europe to the Middle East and Africa.
Microsoft’s millennial chat bot “Tay” is back online after it was pulled for spewing racist comments on various social media sites.
Microsoft Corp. has donated $1 million to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History, which opens this fall after five years of construction.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.