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John P. Mello Jr.
Microsoft Makes Room for Ubuntu at Windows Store
07/13/17 11:06 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 689 Words

It can be installed on any Windows Insider build, said Microsoft Senior Program Manager Rich Turner.

There are some distinct advantages to using the Windows Store version of the Ubuntu Linux Distro: The software can be downloaded faster and more reliably due...

John P. Mello Jr.
Microsoft Expands Linux Container Support in Windows Server
06/20/17 1:00 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 594 Words

Slimmer Nano Server
Microsoft also has improvements in store for the container performance of its Nano Server productm Chapple noted.

Nano Server, introduced in 2015, is a purpose-built operating system designed to run born-in-the-cloud applications and containers.

"The...

David Jones
Microsoft Partners Heed Mixed-Reality Call
06/01/17 10:06 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 672 Words

"These devices, coming to market this holiday, use Microsoft's platform to enable a single and consistent user interface, standardized inputs and a universal app platform for developers," noted Peter Han, vice president, partner devices and solutions, at Microsoft.

At Microsoft...

John P. Mello Jr.
Main Surface Pro Improvements Are Beneath the Surface
05/24/17 11:37 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 783 Words

Although Microsoft said the fifth generation of the unit has been redesigned from the inside out with more than 800 new custom parts, the Surface Pro looks similar to its predecessor.

"If you were looking for a major redesign of Surface, this...

Rob Enderle
The Art of Manipulation and Misdirection
06/19/17 10:38 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1656 Words

Throughout his time, he successfully prevented strong challengers for the iPod from HP and Dell , and disparaged the Microsoft Zune so successfully -- characterizing as "stupid" unique compelling advantages like video playback (which the iPod back then didn't have) -- that...

John P. Mello Jr.
Xbox One X: More Speed, More Muscle
06/14/17 11:29 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 944 Words

The custom Scorpio engine in the Microsoft box burns chrome at 1172 MHz -- a 37 percent increase over its predecessor, Xbox One, and 28 percent faster than PS4 Pro.

Since the inside of a console can get hot running at...

Richard Adhikari
Pegasystems Nestles in AWS, Azure Clouds
06/08/17 3:27 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 617 Words

Pegasystems has deepened its 7-year-old relationship with Amazon AWS, and also has teamed up with Microsoft Azure, company officials told Pegaworld attendees on Tuesday. The deals are part of a series of planned partnerships aimed at giving Pega's clients choice in their cloud...

Peter Suciu
E3 2017: Enhancements, Expectations and Perhaps Excitement
06/08/17 1:48 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 813 Words

However, it actually will begin on Monday with press briefings from Microsoft, Sony, Bethesda, Electronic Arts and Ubisoft. E3 has been the main trade event for the video game industry since 1995, when game publishers sought to get out of the shadow...

Richard Adhikari
New AI Assistant Digs Up Specialized Info for Makers
07/18/17 3:24 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 607 Words

The Specter of Google, Apple and Microsoft
Ask Avnet is more like Google Voice, Microsoft's Cortana or Siri than it is like IBM Watson, Yapp said.

The global enterprise market for voice recognition technologies will grow from US$44 billion...

Richard Adhikari
Hootsuite Adds New Social Selling Tool
06/21/17 3:58 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 665 Words

Amplify for Selling integrates with Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics CRM , so sales reps can import contacts from these systems and follow them on Twitter.

Among the things it allows users to do: Set up keyword streams to provide notifications about...

Rob Enderle
Hearing Crickets at Apple's WWDC and a Pin Drop in the Senate
06/12/17 10:11 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1591 Words

You know which other company used locations for code names? Microsoft. Yes, Windows code names used to be the names of places, like "Whistler." I'm pretty sure Microsoft called and it wants its naming system back. No, seriously, the company would...

Jack M. Germain
MariaDB Offers a Bigger Box of Transactional Tools
05/30/17 1:31 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1137 Words

The question of suitability mainly relates to whether an organization prefers open source to proprietary solutions like Oracle DB, IBM DB2 and Microsoft SQ, observed Charles King, principal analyst at Pund-IT .

"Server or open source alternatives, including MariaDB, Postgres and...

David Jones
Petya Ransomware Sinks Global Businesses Into Chaos
06/28/17 11:24 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 743 Words

The RANSOM_PETYA.SMA variant uses as infection vectors both the EternalBlue exploit, which was used in the WannaCry attack, and the PsExec tool, which is a Microsoft utility used to run processes using remote access, according to Trend Micro .

Users should...

Richard Adhikari
SugarCRM Launches Hint, 1st in Relationship Intelligence Line
06/28/17 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 605 Words

Taking On the Competition
SugarCRM is listed at $70 a user a month, so the price with Hint goes up to $85 a user a month. Microsoft Dynamics 365 with LinkedIn Sales Navigator costs $135 per user per month, Nucleus...

Jack M. Germain
Rosa LXQt Edition's Flexibility Sets It Apart
06/14/17 2:13 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1318 Words

Using It
Descriptions of typical Linux distros as being look-alike replacements for Microsoft Windows wear thin. Most non-Linux users coming to the Rosa R9 Desktop distro know the Windows layout, so they will be completely at home with Rosa's look...

Richard Adhikari
SoftBank to Take Fearsome Robots Off Alphabet's Hands
06/10/17 10:40 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 622 Words

SoftBank Robotics has collaborated with Microsoft in a cloud robotics project using Pepper and the Microsoft Azure IoT suite; has launched the Pepper Partner Program to support developers of apps for Pepper for Biz; and runs its own Robot App Lab to create...

David Jones
Apple's Risky Gambit to Redefine the Smart Speaker
06/07/17 3:05 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1231 Words

Flying somewhat under the radar, Harman Kardon is coming out with its own entry in the smart speaker category: Invoke, which uses Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant technology. It's expected this fall.

Invoke's capabilities, including its Sonique far-field voice technology, are...

Rob Enderle
The Max-Q: The Coolest Thing Out of Computex
06/05/17 10:28 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1289 Words

Mixed-reality headsets hit; based on Intel and Microsoft technology, they were far more affordable than the strong virtual reality stuff already in market (and some aren't bad looking ). New core wars broke out, as AMD's 16 Core Threadripper was challenged by Intel's...

Jim McGregor
PCs Shine Again, but for How Long?
06/01/17 1:28 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 905 Words

For people who want to be productive but are more focused on social media , entertainment and light gaming, Microsoft and Qualcomm are pushing the concept of an always-connected PC, leveraging the performance of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 mobile processor.

Think of...

David Jones
Open Source Flaw 'Devil's Ivy' Puts Millions of IoT Devices at Risk
07/21/17 11:26 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 507 Words

Major companies including IBM, Microsoft, Adobe and Xerox are customers of the firm.

Genivia issued a new patch for gSOAP within 24 hours of being alerted to the vulnerability, and said it notified customers of the problem, according to CEO Robert...

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How do you feel about flying on a pilotless plane?
No way -- if there's a screw-up, you can't just jump out.
I'd do it -- flights are pretty much entirely automated anyway.
I'm skeptical but open minded, especially if fares would be much less.
I would try it if there were *someone* on board to take over in a pinch.
It's the wave of the future -- I'm resigned to it.