Monthly Archives: April 2018

AMD’s 2nd-generation Ryzen – The ultimate desktop processor

In 2017, AMD shook up the processor market with Ryzen. Now the 2nd-generation chips look set do the same in 2018. By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes for Hardware 2.0 | April 19, 2018 — 13:00 GMT (06:00 PDT) | Topic: Processors This … Continue reading

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Windows Defender becomes an extension for Google Chrome

Windows Defender extension for Google’s Chrome browser released Unexpectedly, Microsoft has brought its Windows Defender technology from Windows 10 right into the dominant browser, Google Chrome. A new Windows Defender extension for Chrome aims to combat malicious websites and warn … Continue reading

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Microsoft has run out of Windows Phone stock

Well, it has finally happened. Even if you really wanted to buy a Windows phone, Microsoft has run out of Windows Phone devices to sell to you. I’ve been watching the number of Windows Phone options on the Microsoft Store … Continue reading

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For the first time ever, Microsoft will distribute its own version of Linux

Microsoft President Brad Smith. Microsoft MSFT Microsoft 96.49 1.89 (+2.00 %) Microsoft on Monday announced Azure Sphere, a new technology designed to protect the processors that power smart appliances, connected toys, and other gadgets. Azure Sphere is powered in large … Continue reading

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Microsoft delays major Windows 10 update over Blue Screen of Death issues

Microsoft was planning to launch its next major Windows 10 update, codenamed Redstone 4, last week. The software giant had targeted April 10th as an internal target to release the update, but a last-minute “blocking bug” delayed the release. In … Continue reading

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Microsoft has given up ‘significant sales’ over concerns that the customer will use AI for evil, says a top scientist (MSFT)

© Provided by Business Insider Eric Horvitz Microsoft Research Microsoft At a conference this week, Microsoft Research scientist and leader Eric Horvitz says that the company has given up “significant sales” because it was worried the customer would use AI … Continue reading

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When it comes to malware, Windows 10 is twice as secure as Windows 7

https://www.zdnet.com/video/windows-10-twice-as-secure-as-windows-7/

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