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“Work Hard, Have Fun, Make History”, says Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos is an American entrepreneur, philanthropist, investor who is the founder, CEO, and chairman of Amazon. He was born on January 12th, 1964 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. But spent most of his da...  Read More

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Microsoft has successfully released a Debian based Linux switch Operating System

Microsoft has recently released a homegrown open-source operating system, based on Debian GNU/Linux that runs on network switches. The software is dubbed SONiC, aka Software for Op...   Read More

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Microsoft’s released Dynamics ERP suite live on Azure

In its endeavor to give companies a path to running more of their businesses in the cloud, Microsoft has released the next version of its Dynamics AX enterprise resource planning s...   Read More

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Facebook is on the path of building its own maps using Artificial Intelligence

Social networking giant Facebook will be using artificial intelligence to gauge where humans live across the world. This will help the social network better understand where to sen...   Read More

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Microsoft Opens Database software to Linux, plans to overtake Oracle

Microsoft Corp is all set to announce its move into a new business, unveiling a database software that works with a rival to its Windows operating system, a move that takes aim at ...   Read More

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Dropbox has half a billion users, but it needs more paying businesses

There is no second thought that Dropbox has gained immense popularity and is incredibly popular choice for cloud file storage and sync, and the company announced recetnly that it h...   Read More

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Beware Apple users!.. First live ransomware targeting Macs found “in the wild”

Sorry, Mac fans. Now you’re no better off than regular old PC users. Security researchers have discovered what they believe to be the first-ever ransomware attack targeted at...   Read More

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Apple Inc customers targeted by hackers in the campaign against Macintosh computers

The Apple Inc customers were targeted by hackers over the weekend in the first campaign against Macintosh computers using a pernicious type of software known as ransomware, as reve...   Read More

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Microsoft reportedly scrubbed a bid for Slack

Microsoft reportedly considered buying ‘Slack’ which is often considered as the darling it of the software world for a huge sum of money. The tech giant Microsoft was ...   Read More

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Mozilla brings WebVR for displaying VR content in the browser

Mozilla is offering the 1.0 release of its WebVR API proposal for displaying virtual reality content in the browser. The proposal features interfaces to VR hardware like sensors an...   Read More

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Biological supercomputer uses the ‘juice of life’

Using nanotechnology, proteins and a chemical that powers cells in everything from trees to people, researchers have built a biological supercomputer. size that of a book, the su...   Read More


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