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Microsoft will soon open its first two data centers in Africa
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 Microsoft today announced that it will soon open two data center regions for its cloud-based services in Johannesburg and Cape Town South Africa. This marks Microsoft’s first data center expansion into Africa, and [...]
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Microsoft launches a new service for training deep neural networks on Azure
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 At its Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced the launch of Azure Batch AI Training. While that’s a mouthful, the name pretty much tells you what it is: a new service for batch training deep neural [...]
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Microsoft’s Presentation Translator translates presentations in real time
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 A lot of what Microsoft is showing at its Build conference this week is squarely aimed at developers. But in the barrage of news about Azure, Visual Studio and .NET, the company also showed off a preview of a new add-i [...]
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Microsoft Maluuba is teaching machines to ask questions
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 Microsoft Maluuba, the research team of PhDs that Microsoft acquired back in January, has been hard at work exploring the nexus of machine learning and question generation with the aim of delivering an intelligent perso [...]
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Microsoft blurs the line between desktop and cloud with OneDrive update
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 At Microsoft’s Build 2017 event today, the company introduced a new feature for the company’s cloud storage service OneDrive that will allow you to access your files without using up device storage. Called [...]
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Bash on Windows 10 goes beyond Ubuntu and gets support for Fedora and SuSE, too
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 One of the biggest surprises at Microsoft’s Build developer conference last year was that the company was building support for the Bash shell on top of an Ubuntu-based Linux subsystem right into Windows 10. This [...]
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Microsoft now lets iOS developers deploy, run and test their apps directly from Windows
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 If you’re an iOS developer, then Microsoft’s Xamarin already allowed you to develop your iOS applications in C# with the help of tools like Xamarin.iOS for Visual Studio. Until now, though, you still needed [...]
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Microsoft’s response to widespread cyberattacks may make you WannaCry
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 Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer Brad Smith took to the company’s website to give a post mortem on the lessons that need to be learned from the global hack that crippled businesses and governmen [...]
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Microsoft announces the Fall Creators Update, the next major update to Windows 10
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 At its Build developer conference in Seattle, Microsoft today announced the Windows 10 Creators Update. This is the next major update of Windows 10, which now follows a biannual release cycle. While Microsoft didn’ [...]
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