Microsoft quietly helps humanity

Microsoft Research is an amazing organization. Much of what they do is pure research, and much of this is about solving the world’s most vexing problems.

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Monday Tech Roundup – From Chinese hacks to the next generation of 3D printers

Last week, President of China, Xi Jinping, was on an official visit to the United States and it seems to have unearthed stories upon stories about China hacking and attacking the U.S.

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Passwords: Making the most of a necessary evil

I’m not sure how many of us like complex passwords, multiple complex passwords, or the fact they need to be changed so often but having your password cracked can have very serious consequences

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Monday tech roundup – From Amazon scouting the kids’ market to the wearable tech security threat

Autumn is just around the corner and Amazon is already thinking of the ultimate entry on every child’s Christmas list with their recently announced Fire Kids Edition tablet.

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Is the oversized iPad another half-hearted enterprise push?

There was the usual hype leading up to Apple’s Keynote event last week and many were expecting Apple to take a serious stab at the enterprise market as their next evolutionary step.

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Monday tech roundup: Windows XP staying power

Last week we learnt that Ukraine can’t get enough of Windows XP, Office 2016 is just around the corner and the new iPhone installment plan is set to break the current carriers market lock.

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Microsoft case threatens US cloud, Windows 10 on a roll, and one very expensive, very low-end computer

While Google was getting a facelift, last week we saw Microsoft fighting for cloud data privacy and some impressive numbers about the uptake of Windows 10.

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Spotify privacy – get a little, give up a lot?

The Spotify music service was in the middle of controversy recently when people starting asking questions about whether it was going too far, privacy wise.

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Facebook’s on fire, fresh iPhones and a little about DevOps

Last week, Facebook hit 1 billion active users, we got a little preview of the new iPhone and finally we take a glimpse of the new world of DevOps.

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Is Microsoft up to old bundling tricks?

You have heard of the new Microsoft Windows 10 browser, Edge, and if you install the new OS, it will be almost impossible to avoid the new browser.

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