uber api So a quick side note that wasn’t really mentioned in the coverage around Uber’s big API announcement this morning: The on-demand transportation company will keep developers who are interested in using its API from integrating with other ground transportation services as well. Read More


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A new type of Chromebook with extra-long battery life

August 21, 2014

Chromebooks were designed for your mobile lifestyle. They’re thin and light, resume instantly, and are easy to use. Starting today, we’re welcoming a new type of Chromebook into the family, beginning with the Acer Chromebook 13. This new device uses the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, so you get the speed you’re used to from Chromebooks […]

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Handling email viruses with Exchange Online

August 20, 2014

When customers receive an email with a suspected virus, they often ask “What do I do now?” This blog post helps answer that question and guides you through our recommended process. This is intended for customers using Office 365 or Exchange Online Protection with on-premises Exchange servers. First, it is important to understand the difference […]

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Q&A With Brian Verenkoff of Buffalo on the Company’s Windows Storage Server Offerings

August 19, 2014

Hi Folks – A few months back, I wrote a blog article on Buffalo’s TeraStation™ 5000 WSS running Windows Storage Server 2012. In this post, I’ll share the perspective of Brian Verenkoff, Director of Product Management at Buffalo, who we recently interviewed about the company’s experience with Windows Storage Server and future plans. What types […]

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Spam email and Office 365 environment – connection and content filtering in EOP

August 19, 2014

In the last related blog post we gave some introduction about Exchange Online Protection (EOP), what needs to be done when EOP is not working as desired and spam email troubleshooting process and classification. In this blog we will be moving further and discussing some more advanced option to stop spam emails. 1. IP Block […]

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How to boot a PDP-11

August 19, 2014

Via TechCrunch: You want to play Adventure, but don’t know how to turn on the PDP-11? These instructions are for booting our dual rack machine from its RL01 drives, although booting the single cabinet machine from the RK05 is very similar. How to boot a PDP-11. Yes. OSNews

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OKPanda Takes In Another $1.6M For Its English Language Learning App For Asia

August 17, 2014

 OKpanda, whose language learning app targets the lucrative English language learning market in Asia, especially focusing on Japan, has closed a new $ 1.6 million seed funding round. Read More TechCrunch

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Architecture of the Microsoft Analytics Platform System

August 17, 2014

In today’s world of interconnected devices and broad access to more and more data, the ability to glean ambient insight from the variety of data sources has been made quite hard by the variety and speed with which data is being delivered. Think about it for a minute, your servers continue to provide interesting data […]

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That’s not the download you’re looking for…

August 16, 2014

[Cross-posted on the Google Online Security Blog] You should be able to use the web safely, without fear that malware could take control of your computer, or that you could be tricked into giving up personal information in a phishing scam. That’s why we’ve invested so much in tools that protect you online. Our Safe […]

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The third smartphone ecosystem is ending with a whimper

August 15, 2014

Speaking of Windows Phone – it seems like it’s not happening. Telecom executives for years have trumpeted the need for a new cellphone platform to provide a counterweight to the dominance of Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. Maybe it could be BlackBerry. Or maybe Windows. Or maybe not. According to the data from IDC, the […]

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