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Day: February 15, 2018

  • February 15, 2018

    Does Anyone Use Skype?

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  • Beginning today, you can download the Amazon Music app for Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store. With Amazon Music on Windows 10, you can enjoy, discover, and share millions of songs from today’s chart-topping artists wherever and whenever you want. Amazon Music includes two streaming service options, Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music. Microsoft Microsoft still needs to add many more apps to their store if they intended to compete with Google Chrome.  
  • February 15, 2018

    Voted Best Linux Distribution

    This year we’re breaking up our Readers’ Choice Awards by category, so check back weekly for a new poll on the site. We started things off with Best Linux Distribution, and nearly 10,000 readers voted. The winner was Debian, with many commenting “As for servers, Debian is still the best” or similar. Linux Journal I would have thought Ubuntu would have done better and CentOS would have done better.
  • As part of our continued investment to help save teachers time, build collaborative classrooms and drive better learning outcomes for students, we are excited to announce that Chalkup’s co-founder, Justin Chando, is joining Microsoft Education! In 2013, Justin set out to build a more compelling digital classroom experience for all students. Since then, Chalkup has delivered numerous innovations proven to increase student engagement and save teachers time. Together with Justin, we’re excited to bring the best of Chalkup to Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Between partnering with PowerSchool and this Microsoft is trying hard to make a play for education the market they lost to Google.
  • Microsoft has spent much of the past couple of years arguing its vision of an augmented reality future with the HoloLens. Now, it’s realizing that for potential buyers of the company’s enterprise-focused Commercial Suite edition, there’s some desire to try it out before they break out the corporate card. Until now, the best way for interested companies to see whether Microsoft’s product was hype junk or something transformational was to plunk down $5,000. Well, now Microsoft has decided to partner with a company called Abcomrents, an event tech rental service, to let people get their feet wet and rent the HoloLens without making the full investment. TechCrunch This is a great move by Microsoft to help small business owners and smaller companies get their hands on this innovative tech.