Archive for August 28th, 2017

Windows Mixed Reality holiday update

We are on a mission to help empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more, and one of the ways we are doing that is through the power of mixed reality. Since January 21, 2015, when we announced Microsoft HoloLens, we have...
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Android TV: Android Oreo Is Here

So it finally happened this week. The final and consumer-ready version of Android O has now arrived and with a name. Android O is now officially Android Oreo. While this is exciting for the Android world, it is probably a little less exciting for those...
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How HTML5 Is Used For Mobile App Development

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HTML5 is used to structure content. HTML is an XML-based language based on the principle of nested tags. Even when writing a single sentence, HTML is used. I will need to write lines of HTML to tell the browser to display text. As the HTML...
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Adobe Issues a Workaround for Photoshop Elements 15 on Windows 10 S

“Adobe Photoshop Elements 15—the one Store app I give a damn about–will not run; it simply crashes on the first-run experience,” I wrote. “I tweeted about this on Friday, tried every app and Windows troubleshooting technique you can imagine, including completely reinstalling Windows 10 S,...
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