Tag: Microsoft

Computing, Operating Systems, Software & Applications

Microsoft and Red Hat Announce a Managed OpenShift Offering on Azure

May 17, 2018

Via: InfoQ

Microsoft announced it would expand their partnership with Red Hat to offer a managed OpenShift on Azure, which will combine the capabilities of Red Hat OpenShift and Microsoft Azure. Both Red Hat and Microsoft will join forces to design and […]

Internet, Online entertainment

Microsoft Pay Streamlines Online Payment in Outlook

May 8, 2018

Via: WebPro

Microsoft is integrating its digital wallet service into Outlook, as announced during Build 2018 on Monday. Called Microsoft Pay, users can soon make payments on invoices and bills through emails without leaving Outlook and switching to another app or service. […]

Computing, Software & Applications

What’s new in TensorFlow machine learning

May 4, 2018

Via: Info World

TensorFlow, Google’s contribution to the world of machine learning and data science, is a general framework for quickly developing neural networks. Despite being relatively new, TensorFlow has already found wide adoption as a common platform for deep learning, due to […]

Computing, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Software & Applications

Microsoft reveals new-look Outlook to compete with Gmail redesign

May 1, 2018

Via: DailyMail

Bill reminders and a ‘quick reply’ box are among a host of new features unveiled by Microsoft as part of an overhaul of its Outlook app. The company also announced new Outlook mobile apps that allow you to compose an […]

Cybersecurity, Security

Securing IoT Devices with Microsoft’s Azure Sphere

April 26, 2018

Via: InfoQ

In an effort to improve security of IoT devices, Microsoft announced Azure Sphere, an end-to-end solution for Internet-connected microcontrollers (MCUs), during the April 2018 RSA infosec conference. Azure Sphere is organized around a three-layer architecture composed of hybrid microcontrollers running […]

Hacking, Security

Internet Explorer users need to watch out for this worrying security flaw

April 24, 2018

Via: Techradar

If you still use Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, then be aware that there’s reportedly a major hole in the browser which could be an entry point for malware. Chinese antivirus firm Qihoo 360 found the zero-day exploit which as yet remains […]

Computing, Operating Systems

Windows 10 Lean will trim the features for better performance on slower devices

April 23, 2018

Via: Techradar

While we’re still waiting for the next major version of Windows 10 to be released, which now will apparently be called Windows 10 April Update, we’ve also seen evidence of new features that will come in later updates, including a […]

Computing, Operating Systems

Microsoft paves the way for Windows 10 Timeline with support for iOS devices

April 18, 2018

Via: Techradar

Looking forward to Microsoft’s new Timeline feature arriving in the next big (hopefully imminent) Windows 10 update? Well, there’s some good news regarding its progress, as Timeline support has been added to Edge on iOS. At the moment, this is […]

Computing, Data Management

EF Core: Unifying SQL and NoSQL Databases

April 2, 2018

Via: InfoQ

One of the original goals of EF Core was to develop a model wherein both SQL and NoSQL style databases could be used with little or no change to the code. Microsoft is taking the first steps towards that goal […]

Mobile, Tablets

Microsoft’s Foldable Tablet Patent Feels Like an ASUS Transformer Pad

March 6, 2018

Via: Tablet News

Every two or three days we get to see a brand new Microsoft or Samsung patent that explores yet another way to make a laptop, tablet or phone fold and expand with a bigger screen estate. Today we run into […]