Surface tablet

Microsoft Plan To Release a Low-Cost Surface Tablet This Year

Microsoft Corp. is planning to release a line of lower-cost Surface tablets as soon as the second half of 2018, seeking a hit in a market for cheaper devices that Apple Inc. dominates with the iPad, according to people familiar with the matter. Microsoft has tried this before. The software giant kicked off its consumer-oriented […]

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Microsoft Surface Hub 2

Microsoft Unveils the New Surface Hub 2 is designed for an office of the future

Microsoft today announced the successor to its high-end Surface Hub whiteboard, the Surface Hub 2. While we don’t know very much about it yet, Microsoft showed off the new model’s sleek design and shared some information about key features, such as an improved display and portrait mode support. Microsoft will likely share more information before […]

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Band 3

Leaked Microsoft Band 3 prototype : The best wearable Microsoft never released

While Microsoft killed its Band wearables, a leak emerged of what was believed to be the canceled 3rd-gen model. Well, that’s true — and it tells a much about what Microsoft was thinking before it pulled the plug. Windows Central has received a Band 3 prototype and given it a shakedown to see how well […]

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Cloud AutoML

Google Cloud AutoML Tool Lets you train AI Without Having To Code

In many ways, the greatest challenge in expanding the adoption of AI is not making it better. It is making the tech accessible to more companies. You usually need at least some of the programming to train a machine learning system. This imposes the rules for companies that cannot justify a data scientist for a […]

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password manager

Windows 10 included a password manager with a dangerous plugin flaw

Plugin for Win 10 version of Keeper had bug allowing sites to steal passwords. There is a good reason why nervous about 3rd-party software bundled by security analysts: It can introduce vulnerabilities that the companies can not control. And Microsoft, unfortunately, is the hardest way that to learn. Google researcher Tavis Ormandy found that a […]

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Mixer app

A new vision of Microsoft’s Mixer app relaunches with more features

Microsoft’s Mixer app Microsoft’s revamped Mixer Application is coming out of beta. Back in Oct, The company has announced that it will work on redesigning the live streaming Mixer app. To make it easier to find new and relevant gaming broadcasts. Features included a reworked Trending part, a featured streams carousel, and higher filters, among […]

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OpenSSH client

Microsoft quietly adding a Built-in OpenSSH client to Windows 10

OpenSSH client for Windows 10 Microsoft has been steadily building Windows 10 much more developer friendly. Adding the bash command line, alongside Ubuntu, SUSE Linux, and fedora Linux distributions. The software giant is now adding a native OpenSSH client to Windows 10. It will get a beta option immediately for the Fall Creators Update for […]

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intelligent search

Microsoft launches new AI-powered intelligent search features for Bing

Bing intelligent search features: Microsoft unveiled a some of the new intelligent search options for Bing at an event held in San Francisco today. Powered by AI, the search updates are meant to give more thorough results and allow for more conversational or common search queries. Once answering a question, First Bing will now validate […]

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Microsoft Cortana

Now Microsoft’s digital assistant Cortana AI can connect to your Gmail

Microsoft Cortana AI Microsoft Cortana refuses to sit idly by all the skills of Amazon’s Alexa hogs. Even though the 2 digital helpers are best buds (by way of their future partnership), Cortana is feeling competitive. Windows 10 via, the Artificial intelligence can connect to your Gmail account now. Of course allowing it to access […]

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