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First up: A fan's eye for Windows Family Guy:https://twitter.com/JustinSalvato/status/962839713009819649. Windows Defender ATP is coming to Windows 7, 8.1. Windows Analytics tools for enterprise users now include Spectre/Meltdown patch analyzer. Microsoft is still adding features to Redstone 4, as it closes in on RTM. Related: Apple is scaling back the iOS schedule. Microsoft should pay attention. It's official: Build is coming back to Seattle, May 7-9 - going head-to-head with Google I/O. Registration opens tomorrow, Feb. 15. Microsoft tries to make a case for Surface, but it makes a case for Macs instead. Five years ago this week, Microsoft launched the first Surface Pro. Analyst estimates that Microsoft has sold 35 million Xbox One consoles.
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2018: A transition year for Windows 10. SKUmorphic: Windows 10 line-up changes coming. Windows 10 S becomes Windows 10 S Mode. New Home Advanced edition coming. Here come Progressive Web Apps for Windows 10. Support changes coming for Windows 10, Office users. Office 365 ProPlus will only work on Windows 10 starting in 2020 - and Office 2019, too. Q2 FY 2018 Earnings Recap. Surface business up only one percent - and that is a serious problem. MS brass still bullish about Cortana - and they are delusional. Build 2018: Microsoft hasn't announced this yet for some reason, but we know the date and place. An Xbox One S PUGB bundle is coming. Does this mean that the game is about to exit beta? The long-awaited new Xbox Wireless Adapter is now available.
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Niall Ferguson is the author of The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from the Freemasons to Facebook. He talks with Jason Howell about how Silicon Valley has important lessons to learn from history.
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Dorcas Cheng-Tozun is the author of : How to Stay in Love with Your Entrepreneur in a Crazy Start-up World. She talks with Father Robert Ballecer about the challenges of raising a family while married to a serial startup entrepreneur.
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HomePod should have been delayed longer. Elon Musk's rollercoaster week: Falcon Heavy sends a Tesla to Mars just as Tesla has its worst quarter ever. iPhone boot code leaked online. Chrome will shame insecure websites. YouTube suspends Logan Paul for generally being a horrible human being. Rethinking Facebook and Google. T-Mobile warns of phone hacking scam. Uber settles with Waymo. ESPN's new streaming service will not show ESPN.
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Google brings AMP to email, smart replies to messages, ad blocking to Chrome, and warnings to insecure websites. Cryptocurrency mining comes to Salon and 4200 other sites. Pixel Visual Core comes to Facebook and Snapchat, but not Google Camera. Logan Paul off YouTube - for now. Facebook loses the youngs.
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Self-driving trucks are on the road. Yes, a Tesla is in space. Join Rob Walker, Denise Howell, Mike Keyes, and Matthew Curtis as they discuss the intersection of technology and law. SCOTUS takes on international email privacy. DMCA exemptions, and more...
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Dr. who is owned by who? Do enemy combatants have copyright protections? Join Denise Howell, Mike Keyes, Matt Curtis, and Peter Toren as they discuss the intersection of technology and law.
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Is it time to retire SATA? With the advent of ultra-high performance NAND Flash and zero-latency switching fabric, Serial ATA might be ready to go the way of IDE, MFM and RLL. Kingston drops by the studio to explain why the U.2 interface might be ready to take over in the Data Center.
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