Microsoft updates its terms and policies, says it won't look into your emails

Over the past few months Microsoft has shown its concerns toward users’ privacy. Today, in an effort to make things more transparent to users and gain people’s trust, Microsoft updated its service agreement and privacy policy.

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Microsoft Introduces Send, A Short-Form Email App That Works More Like Instant Messaging

Microsoft today is introducing a new application aimed at reducing the time it takes to check and respond to email while on your smartphone. With Send, as the app is called, the idea is to make email perform more like instant messaging,

Hackers Are Using Popular Websites To Attack Governments And Other Targets

There’s evidence to suggest that hackers are using popular websites to attack government agencies, NGOs and other cyber espionage targets with increasingly more subtle insurgencies. Read More

Microsoft files reply brief in Ireland email case, pushes for Congressional action

In December of 2013, the US government issued a search warrant to Microsoft, demanding access to emails stored on servers in Dublin, Ireland.  Since then, Microsoft has been fighting the warrant, and taking the fight public.  

Why The Gmail Scan That Led To A Man’s Arrest For Child Porn Was Not A Privacy Violation

No one will argue against the outcome of a case which saw a man arrested on child pornography charges, after Google tipped off authorities about illegal images found in the Houston suspect’s Gmail account.

Meet Xim: An app from Microsoft that lets you express your ideas, not just another photo-sharing too

Xim is the newest creation coming out of Microsoft's Research department. It is designed to share pictures in a way that makes it as easy and convenient as possible for everyone involved. They accomplished this by creating an app where only one person needs to have the app downloaded,

Zero’s New Email App Can Help You Reach “Inbox Zero”

A new mobile email application called Zero is launching today to help users power through their inbox on the go, in order to achieve the often sought-after state of “inbox zero” – meaning an inbox that has no unread emails. Aimed at heavy email users who receive a lot of inbound email,

Hacker Emails Testing Service BrowserStack’s Customers, Says Company Lied About Security

Is there anything worse than being hacked? How about a hacker that manages to acquire your customers’ contact information, emails them that the service is shutting down, and that the company has been lying to everyone about its security? That’s what happened to BrowserStack,

NFL Teases A New Subscription Service For On-Demand Games, Will Support Apple TV

The NFL is preparing to launch a new version of its Games Pass service, which will now include the ability to watch games on a wider selection of devices, including the Apple TV. According to information posted on the NFL website, the new Game Pass service will also replace Game Rewind,

Microsoft Readies Its Cortana For iOS Beta, Promises Invites In “Weeks”

Microsoft said earlier that its Cortana personal assistant – something of a rival to Google Now and Apple’s Siri – would take on its competition by offering cross-platform support, including via iOS and Android. 

Producteev Adds iPad And Outlook Apps While Looking Back At Its Acquisition

Task management tool Producteev just launched a new iPad app and a native Outlook plugin. Now part of Jive, the company also launched a new pro plan. For $99 per month, you get the Outlook plugin, custom branding and premium support for up to 100 employees.

Microsoft under fire by employees over HoloLens deal with U.S. military

Microsoft has found itself in a puddle of hot water with some of its employees. Back in November 2018, Microsoft announced that it had signed a new $479m contract with the U.S. military to supply augmented reality technology. This technology was supposedly to be supplied for training purposes.

ExxonMobil to use Microsoft technologies including Azure and Dynamics 365 for its Permian Basin oper

Microsoft and ExxonMobil are working together to optimize the oil company's Permain Bain operations through an amalgamation of Microsoft Azure, Machine Learning and Internet of Things solutions.

Skip Ahead Preview build 18841 (20H1) released to Insiders with lots of fixes, longer wait for new f

Another Skip Ahead preview build is being released to Windows 10 Insiders that is once again heavy on the fixes and improvements while light on new features and, thankfully, known issues. Hello #WindowsInsiders we have released 19H1 Build 18343 to Fast https://t.

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider build 18343 to 19H1 Fast Ring, unblocks Intel processors

Microsoft dropped a couple of Insider builds on us this Friday morning, including a Fast Ring build (18343) that mainly fixes a problem that resulted in the company blocking build 18342 from installing on certain Intel based PCs. Here is the full list of changes and improvements to 18343:

How to Control a 3D Printer with a Raspberry Pi

For the uninitiated, 3D printing can seem like a daunting hobby. However, once you figure out how everything works, 3D printing can become fun and enjoyable. For beginners, it might be tempting to just buy a plug-and-play 3D printer to use with Windows 10.

Santorini, Centaurus, Pegasus – codenames provide clues to Microsoft’s plans for the future of Windo

Microsoft has been working for years on the modularization of its flagship operating system. Over many years, various fixes and shortcuts to gain performance made it difficult if not impossible to separate bits out again, but the idea of a modularized Windows,

Resident Evil: Code Veronica X, 4 Lost Planet video games gain Xbox One backward compatibility

As promised, Microsoft has added more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are now backward compatible with the newer Xbox One series of consoles. As pointed out by Xbox’s Larry Hryb on Twitter, four of the Lost Planet titles—games 1, 2, 3,

Rovio launches Angry Birds Epic, available in Windows Phone Store

Rovio Entertainment has today released the new title to its Angry Birds franchise; Angry Birds Epic. The game has been made available across all popular platforms -- Android, iOS and Windows Phone, simultaneously. It features a fantasy-adventure story. 

Tim Hortons gets an official Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone app, pay for coffee with your phone

Tim Hortons is a Canadian restaurant known for their doughnuts and coffee and now the official app has made its way to both Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1. One of the key features of the app is the ability to pay for your coffee or doughnut via your smartphone thanks to the official TimmyMe app.

Windows 8 leaker Alex Kibkalo receives three month prison sentence, will be deported to Russia

Back in April of this year, we learned about Alex Kibkalo, the former Microsoft employee who supplied Windows 8 builds to a French leaker. He had been arrested for stealing Windows-related trade secrets and pleaded guilty in a court of law. Now,

Symantec Fires CEO Steve Bennett

wiredmikey (1824622) writes "Symantec on Thursday announced that CEO Steve Bennett was terminated by the security company and has been replaced by Michael Brown as interim president and CEO. Bennett, who also resigned from Symantec's board of directors,

Cellular Compound May Increase Lifespan Without the Need For Strict Dieting

sciencehabit (1205606) writes "Every day, our cells manufacture small amounts of a molecule that, in higher doses, might be the key to leading a longer, healthier life. A team of researchers has found that this molecule boosts the lifespan of worms by more than 50%,


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NTP Radioisotopes:南非的成功典范

南非比勒陀利亚2014年5月30日电 /美通社/ -- 南非核能公司(South African Nuclear Energy Corporation,简称“Necsa”)旗下子公司 NTP Radioisotopes SOC Ltd 生产全世界1/4的医用放射性同位素,用于每年约4000万医学诊断图像,使其成为全球第三大生产商和供应商。


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Apple bans selfie sticks from its developers conference

Now we know where Apple stands on the ever-controversial topic of selfie sticks.The company has a clear message for people planning to attend its World Wide Developers Conference in June: leave those selfie sticks at homeSee also: From Gym to Board Room:


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Ohlala, An Uber-for-Escorts, Launches In Berlin, Plans Global Rollout

Until now, ‘let’s meet’ apps like Tinder have skirted the border between dating and simple sexual hookups. Others, like Grindr, have been far more blatant. But noone (at least to my knowledge!) has tried to create what is in effect an ‘Uber for Escorts’. Till now. Last year,





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