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Richard Adhikari
KeySniffer Follows the Scent of Cheap Wireless Keyboards
07/29/16 1:19 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 579 Words

Researchers at Remote Exploit in 2009 developed KeyKeriki, an open source hardware/software project that let users decode Microsoft wireless keyboards.

Hacker Samy Kamkar two years ago developed KeySweeper , a proof-of-concept hardware/software keystroke logger disguised as a USB wall charger, which attacked...

Rob Enderle
Windows RIP: Thankfully It Died With Windows 8
07/25/16 10:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1536 Words

Hell, looking at Microsoft's latest financials, Microsoft really isn't Microsoft any more, either. Both are so different from what they were just last decade, they are like a brand new product and company.

We're on the eve of big Windows changes.

Richard Adhikari
New Office 365 Features Help Build a Better Research Paper
07/27/16 11:58 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 615 Words

Editor uses machine learning and national language processing, combined with input from Microsoft's linguists, to make proofing and editing suggestions designed to help users improve their writing.

These updates will be rolling out to Office 365 within the coming...

Peter Suciu
Yahoo Deal Could Put Verizon in Google and Facebook's League
07/25/16 11:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 943 Words

However, Yahoo was already a partner with Google in search, just as Microsoft was a partner with AOL."

Those relationships likely will remain in the near term, but it isn't clear how these deals might shake out over time.

"The Internet...

Jack M. Germain
Android, Chromebook Make a Sweet Couple
07/23/16 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1801 Words

For instance, business apps such as Adobe Acrobat, Polaris Office + PDF, Skype and the Microsoft Office programs run well.

The Chrome OS places the Android apps in the same menu as the Chromebook apps. Chrome OS has no icons or folders...

Richard Adhikari
Microsoft Unveils Enterprise Windows 10, Surface Pay-as-You-Go Plans
07/13/16 11:27 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 544 Words

Another is the Surface as a Service Program, which lets Microsoft CSPs who are also Surface Authorized Distributors use a managed service offering to provision Microsoft resellers and customers with Surface devices, as well as managed cloud services, Office 365, Windows 10,...

David Jones
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Brings CRM and ERP Together
07/07/16 2:36 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 646 Words

... a bid to augment its cloud services business with more flexibility on pricing and customization, Microsoft on Wednesday announced the launch of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft AppSource, which will integrate its ERP and CRM solutions. The combined cloud offerings, which will...

Richard Adhikari
Microsoft Wins Legal Victory in Fight Over Email Stored Abroad
07/15/16 11:36 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 628 Words

... on Thursday won its nearly four-year battle against a New York district court judge's warrant requiring it to turn over customer emails held on a server in Ireland. Microsoft had complied with demands to turn over account information stored on its servers...

Richard Adhikari
Skype for Linux Alpha Draws Cheers, Jeers
07/19/16 9:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 620 Words

Based on WebRTC, it uses Microsoft's next-generation calling architecture. It lets users share files, photos, videos and new emoticons.

Users will be able to call others using the latest versions of Skype on Windows, Mac, iOS and Android . However, they...

Richard Adhikari
LinkedIn Spiffs Up Sales Navigator
07/22/16 11:25 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 625 Words

Ubiquity the Goal
The main reason for the updates is that Microsoft, which recently inked a deal to acquire LinkedIn, is trying to ensure maximum exposure to its products by the most popular solutions in several areas, suggested Denis...

Denis Pombriant
Platform as a Platform
07/20/16 3:58 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 853 Words

If you consider the majors -- Oracle , Microsoft, Salesforce and SAP -- they've been in the business for decades, acquiring and integrating solutions to make something with a large footprint, which they call a "platform."

It's not just about...

Jack M. Germain
Bulgarian Government Embraces Open Source
07/07/16 5:03 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 912 Words

Nor does it mean the government demands that Microsoft and Oracle turn over the source code to their products, noted Bozhanov.

"Existing solutions are purchased on licensing terms, and they remain unaffected," he pointed out.

The new law means whatever custom...

Rob Enderle
What If We've Got Big Data and Analytics All Wrong?
07/04/16 8:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1284 Words

In that world, Microsoft was far weaker.

I raised my hand and pointed out that in that future, Sun didn't exist. I wasn't asked back, but that's the world we live in now: Microsoft is weaker, and Sun doesn't exist. Had Sun...

Peter Suciu
Google Opens Faster Big Data Pipe Between US and Japan
07/01/16 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 728 Words

Google and its Faster partners are not the only ones developing advanced undersea cables. Microsoft and Facebook last month announced a joint effort to build a new undersea cable across the Atlantic. The "Marea" system -- Spanish for "Tide" -- will offer...

David Jones
Verizon on Verge of $5B Deal for Yahoo Core Assets
07/22/16 12:47 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 558 Words

The company fell far behind rivals including Google , Microsoft and Facebook.

Verizon was one of the first major companies to show an interest in a deal with Yahoo, as it would benefit from Yahoo's once-powerful search engine and widely respected content...

David Jones
Yahoo Posts Weak Earnings as Assets Sale Waiting Game Drags On
07/19/16 3:33 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 593 Words

The revenue calculation changed due to a search agreement that shifts exclusive sales responsibility for premium advertisers to Microsoft.

Yahoo took charges of $395 million for a non-cash goodwill impairment. It also took $87 million in charges for a non-cash...

Richard Adhikari
SiFive Launches Freedom FOSS SoC Platforms
07/13/16 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 642 Words

Foundation platinum members include NVidia, Qualcomm, Microsoft and Google , but "I wouldn't read too much into this," cautioned Jim McGregor, a principal analyst at Tirias Research .

"Many of the companies, like Google, support every new architecture that comes along...

Richard Adhikari
Google Dabbles in Post-Quantum Cryptography
07/12/16 2:06 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 666 Words

Building on years of research, Microsoft this spring established the Lattice Cryptography Library .

IBM this spring made quantum computing available to select members of the public with the IBM Quantum Experience .

Feasibility of Deployment
"Gaining access...

Rob Enderle
Parsing the Clinton Email Scandal
07/11/16 9:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1813 Words

Another time Microsoft was making a big deal about how great its Exchange email system was. Don't get me wrong -- I was and remain a fan. However, when I called the first multinational reference, I got a guy who said, "Love...

Jeff Kagan
Microsoft's Intolerable Windows 10 Aggression
05/27/16 7:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1017 Words

Doesn't the company realize this will hurt it? Does Microsoft think it can be abusive and win? Users are complaining loudly. Why doesn't Microsoft care about the disruption it is causing? A slice of the Microsoft marketplace wants to move to Windows 10.

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