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Alexa Cortana Integration – A Leap Of Faith for Microsoft and Amazon

Alexa Cortana Integration – A Leap Of Faith for Microsoft and Amazon

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Microsoft and Amazon are integrating their voice computing platforms. The users of both Cortana and Alexa users have been given additional privileges that will allow both digital assistant to summon each other with access to additional apps and services. Apple's Siri and Alphabet's Google Assistant have been ruling the digital assistant markets but Microsoft and Amazon are looking forward to competing with them by Alexa Cortana integration. At the Alexa Cortana integration event, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella had also emphasized towards a more open system, saying “We want to make it possible for our customers to get the most out of their personal digital assistants – not be bound to some walled garden.” Both Microsoft and Amazon companies are yet to announce as to when the Alexa Co
New Master Stroke Plan Of Microsoft To Change The World With A New Cell Service

New Master Stroke Plan Of Microsoft To Change The World With A New Cell Service

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Microsoft has a master plan to change the world with super thin & light PCs Microsoft is working on "Always Connected PCs". ACPCs, a new initiative with its partners for super-thin LTE-enabled laptops with as much as 20 hours of battery life. Many of these Always Connected PCs are running ARM chips, not the Intel processors that have historically powered Windows. Microsoft thinks the combination of Windows software with a tablet-like battery life. Its connectivity is a big deal in the fight with Apple and its iPad Pro. When Microsoft released a new version of the surface pro with an LTE cellular modem late last year. It seemed like a routine, if much-anticipated, upgrade to Microsoft's flagship PC.   But at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las
Microsoft Announces Windows Bounty Program Up To $250,000 For Bug Finders

Microsoft Announces Windows Bounty Program Up To $250,000 For Bug Finders

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Bug Bounty Program up to $250,000: To make Windows 10 secure and bug-free, Microsoft announced a fresh round of Windows Bounty Program. The program will thereby reward the bug finders up to $250,000 if they are able to discover bug exploits in Microsoft's virtualization software. Bounty payouts will range from $500 to $250,000. Microsoft was one of the first major tech companies to launch this kind of program, as only a few of the company's products were eligible for rewards. It’s always better to find and fix a bug before it becomes a problem, especially when it comes to security. While Facebook, Google, and Microsoft offer multiple bug bounty programs, smaller companies also increasingly have at least one: as avoiding the next security fiasco is priceless. Bo