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Microsoft announces the Surface Hub 2

Do you remember the Surface Hub? Chances are you forgot it even existed. And yet, Microsoft just announced a second version of the Surface Hub. The company hasn’t shared any specifications or price, but it won’t be available before 2019 — selected customers will test the Surface Hub 2 starting this year. The Surface Hub was a crazy expensive digital ... Read More »

Microsoft announces the Surface Hub 2

Do you remember the Surface Hub? Chances are you forgot it even existed. And yet, Microsoft just announced a second version of the Surface Hub. The company hasn’t shared any specifications or price, but it won’t be available before 2019 — selected customers will test the Surface Hub 2 starting this year. The Surface Hub was a crazy expensive digital ... Read More »

Home Affairs denies Microsoft in breach of Signals Directorate conditions

Australia’s Cyber Coordinator Alastair MacGibbon, facing Senate Estimates in his policy capacity that reports to the Secretary of the Department of Home Affairs, has said he is confident the data on Australians is safe in the hands of Microsoft, despite the Washington headquartered company having staff scattered around the globe. Microsoft in April received accreditation from the Australian Signals Directorate ... Read More »

Home Affairs denies Microsoft in breach of Signals Directorate conditions

Australia’s Cyber Coordinator Alastair MacGibbon, facing Senate Estimates in his policy capacity that reports to the Secretary of the Department of Home Affairs, has said he is confident the data on Australians is safe in the hands of Microsoft, despite the Washington headquartered company having staff scattered around the globe. Microsoft in April received accreditation from the Australian Signals Directorate ... Read More »

A $400 Microsoft Surface may be on the way

Microsoft’s always taken a premium approach to its Surface line, showing users what its operating system can do when run on top of the line hardware. It’s a model that makes sense for a company with so many ties to third-party hardware manufacturers. But the line that’s been so focused on the high-end needs of “creative professionals” may be getting ... Read More »

One in four APAC firms not sure if they suffered security breach

One in four organisations in Asia-Pacific have experienced a cybersecurity incident, while 27 percent cannot ascertain if they have because they do not conduct any data breach assessment. And when businesses in the region fell prey to cyberattacks, a large enterprise–with more than 500 employees–could potentially suffer an estimated economic loss of US$30 million, revealed a study by Frost Sullivan. ... Read More »

Top productivity apps for Android and iOS

Digital Transformation Research round-up: Cloud computing, IoT and cybersecurity, iPhone X and more Read More »

Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller is an inspiring example of inclusive design

Every gamer with a disability faces a unique challenge for many reasons, one of which is the relative dearth of accessibility-focused peripherals for consoles. Microsoft is taking a big step toward fixing this with its Xbox Adaptive Controller, a device created to address the needs of gamers for whom ordinary gamepads aren’t an option. The XAC, revealed officially at a ... Read More »

Music payments startup Exactuals debuts R.AI, a ‘Palantir for music royalties’

Exactuals, a software service offering payments management for the music industry, is debuting R.AI, a new tool that it’s dubbed the “Palantir for music.” It’s a service that can track songwriting information and rights across different platforms to ensure attribution for music distributors. As companies like Apple and Spotify demand better information from labels about the songs they’re pushing to streaming ... Read More »

Microsoft moves toward consolidating its many speech services

Currently, there is no such thing as a single Microsoft speech service. But Microsoft is taking the first steps toward creating a single speech application programming programming interface (API) and software development kit (SDK) that will work across its products and services, including Windows, Office, Cortana, Xbox and the HoloLens. Microsoft disclosed this move last week in a rather understated ... Read More »

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