LinkedIn Sends out Password Reset Emails following Lynda.com Data Breach

​Information from 9.5 million Lynda.com accounts has been accessed by a third party attacker, leading to an official statement by LinkedIn. Out of those, 55,000 passwords are thought to be in danger. By Ryan Maskell –   December 18, 2016 4:32 pm CET   3      TRENDING NOW LinkedIn Sends out Password Reset Emails following Lynda.com Data […]

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Azure Government Gains Eight New Services

​Microsoft has rolled out new features for Azure Government, including Resource Manager, Automation, Media Services, and Batch. The company says all services are FedRAMP compliant, surpassing the amount of accredited services offered by Amazon Web Service. By Luke Jones –   December 16, 2016 4:41 pm CET   12      TRENDING NOW Azure Government Gains Eight New […]

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Microsoft Partners with GameAnalytics to Release UWP SDK

​GameAnalytics offers developers powerful, real-time metrics on UWP, with Xbox support coming soon. By Ryan Maskell –   December 16, 2016 2:05 pm CET   3      TRENDING NOW Microsoft Partners with GameAnalytics to Release UWP SDK Microsoft to Attend Mobile World Congress 2017 Despite Smartphone Withdrawal Mojang Is Bringing the Wasteland to Minecraft with a New […]

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Microsoft Makes Cortana Widely Available to Third-Party Developers and Manufacturers

​The company announces Cortana Skills Kit and Cortana Devices SDK, two software packages designed to help developers and device manufacturers easily incorporate the AI assistant into their products. By Sead Fadilpasic –   December 14, 2016 5:41 pm CET   8      TRENDING NOW Microsoft Makes Cortana Widely Available to Third-Party Developers and Manufacturers Microsoft Officially Debuts […]

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Microsoft and Facebook to Face Stricter Privacy Regulations, Suggests Leaked Draft of EU Legislation

​A leaked privacy regulation would force companies to delete messages after they sent, as well as making the collection of some location and metadata prohibited by default. By Ryan Maskell –   December 13, 2016 8:11 pm CET   12      TRENDING NOW Microsoft Looks Back on Most Popular Bing Searches of 2016 Microsoft and Facebook to […]

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