With a lot of us working from home and internet usage skyrocketing, there is a steep rise in cyberattacks especially with respect to malware and ransomware. While the whole world is fighting an unknown virus on the health front, cybersecurity researchers and security companies worldwide are spending an increasing amount of time safeguarding digital infrastructure worldwide which is facing an unprecedented amount of cyberattacks from bad actors.
A small company based in Chennai, India K7 Computing founded by Jayaraman “Keseven” Kesavardhanan, very often confused with Moscow based Kaspersky has been developing an IT security solution since 1991.
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Emperion, a company based in UK has teased a device, in a tweet, that has the form factor of a phone and is apparently running Windows 10 on an ARM based processor. The device is called Nebulus and will have the capability to run Android apps without an emulator.
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Microsoft announced the initial availability of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update through the Windows Insider Program’s Release Preview in early April. Today, the company has officially announced the rollout of the stable Windows 10 May 2019 update to all users worldwide.
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Microsoft introduced the ‘Your Phone’ feature for Windows 10 at the Developer Conference in 2018. The new ‘Your Phone’ feature in Windows 10 enables instant access to text messages, photos, and notifications. Now, Microsoft is said to be working on adding a new feature to ‘Your Phone’ which displays Android notifications on Windows 10 PCs.
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Microsoft has announced the release of the first Canary and Developer builds for Windows 10 which brings the availability of test version of Chromium-based Edge browser. Windows 10 devices will be getting daily updates if on Canary build and weekly update if on Developer builds.
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Microsoft today announced that it is rolling out Windows security update for additional devices against Spectre and Meltdown and distribute the available Intel firmware, and progress driving anti-virus compatibility. Microsoft says that windows devices need both software and firmware updates against these new vulnerabilities. Continue reading “Microsoft to roll out Intel’s Spectre macrocode fixes in upcoming Windows update”
After 20 years of the launch on PC, Microsoft at the E3 last year announced that will be bringing the real-time strategy game – Age of Empires: Definitive Edition exclusively to Windows 10. It was supposed to release last year, but it was delayed. The company said it took time to add features like attack-move and the improved minimap exactly right, and even added things like an in-game tech tree. Today it has finally released the game for Windows 10 users. Continue reading “Age of Empires: Definitive Edition with 4K visuals released for Windows 10 PCs”
Microsoft started rolling out Windows 10 Fall Creators Update earlier this week, as it had promised. The update brings several new features including Fluent design system, better experiences such as Cloud Clipboard that will improve the experience of moving content across Windows, iOS and Android, OneDrive Files on Demand, new apps on the Windows Store and support for world’s first Windows Mixed Reality motion controllers with no markers required. Continue reading “Windows 10 Fall Creators Update starts rolling out, here’s how to get it”
Windows Mobile has final nail in the coffin as the company’s Corporate Vice President Joe Belfiore officially confirmed that Windows 10 Mobile features and hardware are no longer a focus. Taking Twitter as a platform, he clarifies that as an end user, he has switched to Android and Windows 10 Mobile will is no longer a focus for Microsoft. Continue reading “Microsoft confirms Windows 10 Mobile and new hardware no longer a focus”
Samsung is getting ready to foray into the Windows Mixed Reality space. The company is reportedly working on its own Windows Mixed Reality headset. Twitter user WalkingCat has shared images of the headset that gives a clear look at the design. Continue reading “Samsung Windows Mixed Reality headset surfaces in renders”
Microsoft announced Windows 10 Fall Creators Update back in May at the Build 2017. Today at an event at the IFA 2017 it announced that the update will roll out starting from October 17th. It also announced that the Windows Mixed Reality headsets will start rolling out from October 17 when the Fall Creators Update ships. Continue reading “Windows 10 Fall Creators Update releasing on October 17”
Windows 10 will soon include built-in eye tracking support and an experience called Eye Control. Already present in the latest Windows 10 Insider test builds, Eye Control feature works using the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C, which can track where a person is looking on a screen. Continue reading “Windows 10 to soon add native eye-tracking support”
Microsoft is not killing Paint. The company had announced yesterday that the popular drawing tool is being “deprecated” with the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. However, following huge backlash and rage online from users across the globe, Microsoft has decided not to kill the app. Continue reading “Microsoft confirms Paint is not dead, will be available as free download from Windows Store”
Last week, Microsoft ended support for Windows Phone 8.1. Now, according to IDC’s quarterly smartphone tracker, Windows Phone held mere 0.1% market share in Q1 2017.
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The sun is finally setting on Windows Phone 8.1. Microsoft is officially ending support for the Windows Phone 8.1 OS, more than three years after it was introduced. Millions of users with Windows Phone 8.1 phones will stop receiving security updates, non-security updates, free or paid assisted support options or online technical content updates.
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