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John K. Higgins
DoD and Tech Firms Face Daunting Health-IT Challenge
09/22/14 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1080 Words

Abstracts should be sent to celia.paulsen@nist.gov and submitted in Microsoft Word or a compatible format. Selected submitters will be chosen, based upon the extended abstracts submitted, to give a presentation at the...

Peter Suciu
Minecraft May Help Microsoft Build Its Mobile Strategy
09/15/14 11:23 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 854 Words

Although it's subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory review, the deal is expected to be finalized by the end of this year. Microsoft will pay US$2.5 billion for Mojang and gain full control of the iconic Minecraft franchise. Most of the Mojang...

Katherine Noyes
Microsoft's New Mobile Keyboard Swings 3 OS Ways
09/16/14 2:55 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 643 Words

... on Tuesday unveiled a new, cross-platform mobile keyboard that's designed to work not just with Windows devices but also with those running Android and iOS. "People frequently find they have a mixture of operating system platforms, resulting in them having to carry different accessories for each device," explained Microsoft ...

Erika Morphy
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Tears Down Sales, Marketing Walls
09/16/14 11:28 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 509 Words

... on Tuesday unveiled Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015, along with updates to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and Microsoft Dynamics Marketing. All will be generally available in the fourth quarter of this year. This release will focus on knitting together the sales and marketing...

Jack M. Germain
Opera Sings for Linux Users, With Just a Few Sour Notes
09/18/14 7:05 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1273 Words

Misdirected Add-Ons The Opera extensions are cataloged on an apps page built around colorful tiles, much like Microsoft's Windows Store. Unlike both Windows and Firefox, though, the extensions listings in Opera are mostly artsy rather than very informative.

The Opera extensions...

Richard Adhikari
Amazon Gets All Fired Up
09/18/14 4:11 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 766 Words

The Fire HDX 8.9 comes preloaded with WPS Office, which lets users create, edit and view Microsoft Office documents. It's fully compatible with Office and integrates with Amazon's Cloud Drive.

Taking on iOS and Android?
It might seem Amazon...

Erika Morphy
FCC Chews on the Mobile Net Neutrality Question
09/17/14 1:37 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 709 Words

"Companies like Microsoft and Google and others all note that it is a 'mobile first,' world where most Americans these days most frequently access the Internet via a mobile device and not the desktop. In fact, everyone in Silicon Valley is developing...

Peter Suciu
Destiny Teams Race to Vault of Glass Finish Line
09/16/14 9:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 846 Words

The game could be the first true killer app for Sony's PlayStation 4, as well as for Microsoft's Xbox One. It offers high definition graphics, real-time dynamic lighting and a "matching" feature for multiplayer adventures.

"It is a beautiful game...

Katherine Noyes
Is It Time to Cleave Linux in Two?
09/15/14 2:58 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1147 Words

As for comparisons with Windows, "the only reason Microsoft has server vs. desktop is so they can charge extra for different feature sets," he noted. "The Linux world does not license that way, so there is really no advantage to a split."...

Richard Adhikari
Microsoft Shines Spotlight on a Trio of New Lumias
09/04/14 2:13 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 635 Words

The Lumia 830 comes preloaded with Notification Center, Live Tiles, Microsoft Office, Cortana, 15 GB of storage space on Microsoft OneDrive, and the Lumia Denim update. Denim brings Live Folders, Apps Corner, an updated Glance screen, and more-secure networking to Windows 8.1...

Katherine Noyes
China to Go Its Own OS Way
08/26/14 7:18 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 714 Words

Following hard on the heels of China's announcement last month that it had launched an investigation of Microsoft under the country's antimonopoly laws, the latest news suggests the new operating system first will appear on desktop devices and then be extended to smartphones...

Rob Enderle
Rise of the Smartwatch
09/15/14 6:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1250 Words

Apple: Validating Trends Others Started
One of the interesting things about watching Microsoft and Apple compete is that it isn't innovation that drives success but execution. In the 1980s, Apple out-innovated Microsoft, but Microsoft massively out-executed Apple and wiped the...

Katherine Noyes
HP's 'Chromebook Killer' Delivers a Jolt of Sticker Shock
09/09/14 7:16 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 733 Words

It comes with 100 GB of space on Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage service for two years, included at no additional cost for a limited time.

The Stream is slated to ship on Sept. 24.

A $100 Jump

Katherine Noyes
Torvalds Says Yes to the Desktop
08/25/14 5:54 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1161 Words

'Let Microsoft Feast on the Rotten Corpse'
Google+ blogger Alessandro Ebersol wasn't so sure.

"The desktop is a market controlled with an iron claw by Microsoft," Ebersol told Linux Girl. "To protect its monopoly, Microsoft surrounded it with pitfalls,...

John P. Mello Jr.
Instagram Hyperlapse Sparks Time-Lapse Video Craze
08/27/14 10:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 669 Words

It was just two weeks ago that Microsoft demonstrated a similar technology that bears the same name. The Instagram app "is the most impressive effect to hit smartphone video in recent memory," Ross Rubin, principal analyst with Reticle Research , told TechNewsWorld.


Jack M. Germain
Open Source Software: Sailing Into Friendlier Seas
08/26/14 8:09 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1800 Words

For example, consider Microsoft's journey over the past 10 years, suggested Hammond. Microsoft changed from labeling open source software "a cancer" to starting up Codeplex.org and integrating its products with numerous OSS projects like Linux and Git.

"Most enterprise clients...

Richard Adhikari
Botnet Twists the Knife in iCloud Security
09/10/14 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 611 Words

"Kelihos" is the name of a botnet discovered in 2010 and given that name by Microsoft. Kaspersky called it "Hlux."

Waledac first was reported in 2008 by Eset.

In April 2009, Eset reported the emergence of Win32/Conficker. Infected PCs...

Katherine Noyes
Dropbox Pro Pricing Takes a Nosedive
09/02/14 10:36 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 607 Words

There's no doubt the company is facing growing competition in the cloud-storage arena, however, from players including the likes of Google , Amazon, Apple, Box and Microsoft.

Price cuts have become a frequent occurrence across the board. Earlier this year,...

Denis Pombriant
Evolving CRM
08/26/14 9:14 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 941 Words

The Post-CRM Era
"CRM is dead," announced Bob Stutz of Microsoft. He should know, because he's had a strong hand in building CRM -- first at Siebel, then at SAP , and now for Microsoft. However, even if you...

John P. Mello Jr.
Amazon Aims to Skewer Google's Cash Cow
08/26/14 1:41 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 661 Words

Crossing the Backlash Line
Google isn't the only one who should be anxious about Amazon expanding its online ad presence. "If I were Facebook or Microsoft, I'd be concerned," Johnson said. "Amazon, with the data it has on its...

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