Archive for February 7th, 2018

iTunes on Android Like iTunes For Windows

iTunes
Looking through the Google Play store I noticed iTunes for Android. While I think this defiantly a changing Apple company I look at iTunes as still the hook that started off the Apple brand. If you remember when the Apple iPod released and the iMac...
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QCT, Intel, and Red Hat Target Telco Central Offices

Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT), along with Intel and Red Hat, announced telco products that target telecommunications operators’ central offices. The new systems, based on commodity hardware and open, software-defined architectures, will help operators meet performance and low-latency demands of 5G applications, according to the vendors....
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Open Source Turns 20, Powers Computing as We Know It Today

On Feb. 3, 1998, a group of people met to discuss the need for a term that would help explain the concept of free software to businesses and individuals who didn’t understand what “free software” was. The term “open source” was created by Christine Peterson,...
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YouTube Kids app still showing disturbing videos

YouTube says it is “very sorry” after more disturbing videos were found on the YouTube Kids app. Newsround found several videos not suitable for children, including one showing how to sharpen knives. Another had characters from children’s cartoon Paw Patrol on a burning plane. YouTube...
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Conquer time with new features in Microsoft Planner

Teams and individuals depend on Microsoft Planner to get organized quickly, work together effortlessly, and stay on the same page—no matter how large or small the project. Four new features for Planner will give you greater visibility into project schedules, let you group and filter...
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