Sunrise to be Integrated with Microsoft Outlook

On Wednesday, Microsoft declared to shut down the popular app Sunrise which they bought for $100 million in 2015. For the Sunrise lovers; the app will be seen till the 31st August, 2016. As an alternative the company promises to roll out the features of Sunrise into Outlook.

Sunrise was designed by previous Foursquare engineers and soon had a huge fan following for its flawless integration with different online services, even information and social network sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and ...

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Hacker Craves Social Media Attention in Exchange for Hacked Data

Time to Change Your Password

Hacking has been one of the most interesting and damaging things on the internet. Some hacking attempts start out of curiosity and then we have those ingenious hackers who can cause a lot of damage to companies and individuals. Hold Security is a company which specializes in information security assessment, risk management as well as incident response. The company recently came across a Russian hacker who claims to have humongous amounts of data collected from different ...

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Microsoft Sues the US Government for an Exploitation of the Gag Orders

There was a time when offices were imagined as a desk overflowing with papers and documents that contained public and private information about the company. Every single piece of data was filed and kept in cabinets which were considered to be the place you could find everything you needed to know about the company. Thankfully, things evolved and technology very conveniently helped us achieve the clean-desk policy which meant no more papers lying around the office giving people the chance ...

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Holoportation – A Mind-Blowing Communication Technique Developed by Microsoft

Every now and then we are awed by the ways in which technology can beautify our lives. Every time I see something cool I say to myself this is the best that could happen with technology until something even better and a lot more cooler replaces it. Very recently, we have been noticing a lot of innovative stuff cropping up from creative brains around the world. From robots that can take a walk with you to the illusive AI technology, ...

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Windows Hello – the Next Gen of Security for Computers

Windows Hello, a fool-proof biometric utility which puts security at a whole new level, has proved once again that Microsoft’s labs has some interestingly innovative brains. The feature was introduced with Windows 10, but it has been slow to roll out because it is supported by only those devices that are equipped with Intel’s Real Sense 3D Camera. While we may not have ventured into a time where all devices can use it, for the ones that do have Windows ...

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Apple’s 40 Years in the Industry as It Modestly Rose to Fame

On April 1, 1976, somewhere in a garage in California, three most innovative brains of the era sat working on a project that led to the creation of one of the world’s most valuable companies – Apple Inc. Steve Jobs, Ronald Wayne and Steve Wozniak founded Apple Inc. The company which is recognized as one of the most powerful tech companies that takes residence in the Silicon Valley and has over 480 retail stores which are spread in 18 countries ...

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Project Natick- Revolutionizing the Cloud Computing Infrastructure

At this moment, cloud computing makes it easy for us to access massive amounts of information from our computers and smart phones. All this information is stored in data centers which are traditionally built on land. Most of them are located at remote locations and Microsoft is now delving into new horizons by trying to put these data centers under water.

Microsoft has unveiled Project Natick which outlines the company’s initiative to bring cloud computing closer to big cities ...

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MinecraftEdu–Microsoft Boosts Student Engagement

Microsoft’s Minecraft has been a popular game since its launch in 2009. The game has sold 22 million copies and is one of the best-selling PC games. The game started getting the attention of children when it launched its mobile version. The tech giant is now planning to launch the game in the education market. Microsoft plans to release MinecraftEdu this summer. It is a modified version of the game which has been altered for classroom use.

MinecraftEdu was developed by ...

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5 Tips to Protect Yourself against Hackers

If it is a hardware or a software, it is hackable. This is the first thing that you must remember. A lot of them can be difficult to hack, but that does not mean that it cannot be hacked. A real hacker who really wants your information will get it. While some may not portray a lot of threat, there are nefarious hackers who could access your personal information and misuse a lot of your personal data.

While some hackers are ...

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Microsoft Pulls the Plug on Support for IE 8, 9 and 10

On January 12th, Microsoft ended support for all older versions of Internet Explorer. A final patch was released to deliver the last few bug fixes. This came along with an ‘End of Life’ notification encouraging users to upgrade to IE 11 or Microsoft Edge. For the uninitiated, Microsoft Edge is the company’s successor to Internet Explorer. It has been built for Windows 10.

End of Support means that these versions of internet explorer will not receive security updates and you will ...

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