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Survey Finds Windows 10 Adoption in Enterprises Faster Than ExpectedSurvey Finds Windows 10 Adoption in Enterprises Faster Than Expected

Added: 11.09.2017 16:00 | 31 views | 0 comments

DAILY VIDEO: Windows 10 enterprise survey reveals faster-than-expected migration; Microsoft shrinks size of Windows Nano Server container images; New dashboard simplifies business listing updates on Google Search; and there's more.

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New Dashboard Simplifies Business Listing Updates on Google Search New Dashboard Simplifies Business Listing Updates on Google Search

Added: 07.09.2017 14:59 | 25 views | 0 comments

A new dashboard will let owners update or add information about their business directly from search results.

From: www.eweek.com

We Refuse to Believe Prince’s Favorite Color Wasn’t Purple

Added: 30.08.2017 19:29 | 5 views | 0 comments

Prince was unquestionably an icon, and one of the absolute defining characteristics of the Purple One was, well, the color purple. Of the most obvious examples, his magnum opus was called Purple Rain, and it takes one quick Google search to see him adorned in purple again, and again, and ...

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Google searches can be used to track dengue in underdeveloped countries

Added: 29.08.2017 0:00 | 4 views | 0 comments

An analytical tool that combines Google search data with government-provided clinical data can quickly and accurately track dengue fever in less-developed countries.

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Rain increases joint pain? Google suggests otherwise

Added: 28.08.2017 23:55 | 9 views | 0 comments

New research indicates that weather conditions in 45 US cities are indeed associated with Google searches about joint pain. But it might not be the association you'd expect. The findings suggest that people's activity level -- increasing as temperatures rise, to a point -- is likelier than the weather itself to spur online searches about knee and hip pain, the investigators say.

Rain increases joint pain? Google suggests otherwise

Added: 09.08.2017 19:20 | 1 views | 0 comments

New research indicates that weather conditions in 45 US cities are indeed associated with Google searches about joint pain. But it might not be the association you'd expect. The findings suggest that people's activity level -- increasing as temperatures rise, to a point -- is likelier than the weather itself to spur online searches about knee and hip pain, the investigators say.

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