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Microsoft Edge is here for Windows 10 and MacOS. How to download it now

Added: 21.01.2020 9:19 | 1 views | 0 comments

Thanks to its new Chromium underpinnings, Microsoft's new Edge browser can now handle Chrome extensions on Windows 10 and MacOS.

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Alternatives to Google Chrome video

Added: 20.01.2020 14:00 | 31 views | 0 comments

Google isn't the only game in town when you go online. See what Brave, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and more have to offer.

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Japan, U.S. lead survey's corporate climate change action 'A List'

Added: 20.01.2020 9:14 | 31 views | 0 comments

BT , Danone , Microsoft and Sony are among 178 companies with top marks in the latest global ranking of transparency and action on climate change.

From: feeds.reuters.com

Microsoft Edge is here for Windows 10 and MacOS. Here's how to download it now

Added: 20.01.2020 1:18 | 27 views | 0 comments

Thanks to its new Chromium underpinnings, Microsoft's new Edge browser can now handle Chrome extensions on Windows 10 and MacOS.

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When Quantum Computers Come, They May Speak Microsoft

Added: 19.01.2020 18:18 | 1 views | 0 comments

Microsoft has been working on a language for a computer that doesn't exist. The company unveiled the language -- as yet unnamed -- at its Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida. Part of its Visual Studio product, it will run on a quantum simulator and quantum computer. "Quantum computing is the next phase in computing," said Jack E. Gold, principal analyst at J.Gold Associates.

From: www.technewsworld.com

SQL Server 2017 Embraces Linux, Docker

Added: 19.01.2020 18:18 | 0 views | 0 comments

Microsoft on Monday announced the general availability of SQL Server 2017, now with support for Linux, at its Ignite conference in Orlando. The company first announced its plans for the newest iteration of its database software a year and a half ago. This is the first version of SQL Server to run on Windows Server, Linux and Docker, noted Scott Guthrie, EVP, cloud and enterprise, at Microsoft.

From: www.technewsworld.com

Sony's Foolish Failure to Learn From Microsoft's Mistake

Added: 19.01.2020 18:18 | 1 views | 0 comments

Microsoft has learned a lot of very hard lessons over the last couple of decades, and it continues to surprise and annoy me that other firms seem to have the suicidal tendency to learn the same lessons the hard way. It is far better and cheaper to avoid the mistakes of others, but firms like Apple, Google and, most recently, Sony seem to want to experience past Microsoft disasters first hand.

From: www.technewsworld.com

Companies Cheer Completion of Open-Design Transatlantic Internet Cable

Added: 19.01.2020 18:18 | 1 views | 0 comments

Microsoft on Friday announced completion of the Marea undersea cable, which stretches 4,400 miles between Virginia Beach, Virginia, and Bilbao, Spain. A joint project of Microsoft, Facebook and global telecommunication infrastructure company Telxius, the cable lies more than 17,000 feet below the ocean's surface. It is the first cable to link Virginia and Spain.

From: www.technewsworld.com

Ford Motor Puts Design Strategy Under the HoloLens

Added: 19.01.2020 18:18 | 4 views | 0 comments

Ford Motor Company on Thursday unveiled details about its use of Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality technology in the automotive design process. Ford's design teams have swapped out their clay-sculpting tools -- a staple of the automotive world since the 1930s, when Harley Earl introduced them at General Motors -- for mixed reality headsets and visualization software.

From: www.technewsworld.com

Galaxy S20 leaks continue, forget about a Twitter edit button video

Added: 18.01.2020 16:18 | 21 views | 0 comments

This week's major tech stories include the continuing leaks regarding Samsung's Galaxy S20 phone, Jack Dorsey all but killing the idea of an edit button on Twitter and Microsoft's promise to undo its carbon footprint.

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