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Stumbleupon trips over for a final time, aged 16

TAKE A LOOK at this gorgeously beautiful site. You see there, under Chris’s scowling baldy head there are some sharing buttons? You see the squiggly one? Yeah, that’s for sharing to Stumbleupon. Yeah, we know – we’d forgotten about it too. And now it’s closing. From June 30th, you’ll need to find another way to share links and, ahem, stumble ... Read More »

New Windows 10 preview gives you a slicker Edge browser and more

Yesterday (May 24), we reported that a new Windows 10 preview wouldn’t emerge this week due to some major issues. Well, it turns out Microsoft was mistaken – more on that later – and in fact a fresh build has just been released for testers to play with over the weekend. So, let’s take a look at what’s new with ... Read More »

How Microsoft Teams is transforming the classroom

To most of us, Microsoft Teams might just seem like another Slack competitor vying for office messaging market share, but in schools it’s proving its to be a revolutionary and transformative tool for classrooms. Those aren’t the words of Microsoft or some Teams spokesperson, but James Yanuzzelli, a social studies teacher hailing from Old Bridge, New Jersey, who is very ... Read More »

How Microsoft Teams is transforming the classroom

To most of us, Microsoft Teams might just seem like another Slack competitor vying for office messaging market share, but in schools it’s proving its to be a revolutionary and transformative tool for classrooms. Those aren’t the words of Microsoft or some Teams spokesperson, but James Yanuzzelli, a social studies teacher hailing from Old Bridge, New Jersey, who is very ... Read More »

Microsoft’s Xiaoice bot can fool humans into thinking they’re talking to a person

MICROSOFT HAS MADE an artificial intelligence (AI) powered bot that can make phone calls to humans; the digital dystopia starts here. Redmond’s chief exec Satya Nadella showed off the Xiaoice bot at an AI-centric event in London, reported The Verge, and showed it chatting to a human in Chinese; Microsoft has apparently been testing the clever tech in China. While ... Read More »

Microsoft’s Xiaoice bot can fool humans into thinking they’re talking to a person

MICROSOFT HAS MADE an artificial intelligence (AI) powered bot that can make phone calls to humans; the digital dystopia starts here. Redmond’s chief exec Satya Nadella showed off the Xiaoice bot at an AI-centric event in London, reported The Verge, and showed it chatting to a human in Chinese; Microsoft has apparently been testing the clever tech in China. While ... Read More »

Satya Nadella: The AI revolution isn’t just around the corner, it’s already here and transforming business

Non-malware attacks and ransomware take centre stage This report looks at research from over 1000 organisation, representing more than 2.5 million endpoints, to understand the prevalence and growth of non-malware attacks. Download now to find out more. Download Read More »

Satya Nadella: The AI revolution isn’t just around the corner, it’s already here and transforming business

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has been in the UK this week, inspecting the company’s Cambridge-based artificial intelligence research efforts, and meeting with many of the company’s British customers. In a speech on Tuesday attended by Computing, Nadella was keen to assert the importance of AI to business now – not just in the future – as well as explaining some ... Read More »

The best Linux distro for gaming in 2018

A Linux gaming distro, as the name suggests, is tailored for avid gamers. As such it usually comes bundled with games to play, as well as drivers for graphics cards, games controllers and so forth.  There aren’t many Linux distros specifically made for gaming. This isn’t because Linux users dislike games, but rather it’s due to the fact that most ... Read More »

The best Linux distro for gaming in 2018

A Linux gaming distro, as the name suggests, is tailored for avid gamers. As such it usually comes bundled with games to play, as well as drivers for graphics cards, games controllers and so forth.  There aren’t many Linux distros specifically made for gaming. This isn’t because Linux users dislike games, but rather it’s due to the fact that most ... Read More »

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