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Linux mainframe faces off against the server farm
TechTarget / 8/12/14
Running Linux workloads on a System z mainframe is cheaper than on a distributed server because software license fees are coupled with processor cores. Virtualization and provisioning techniques also increase mainframe use rates. Keep the mainframe ...
Microsoft may bring Cortana to the desktop with Windows 9
Times of India / 8/12/14
So what form will Cortana take within Windows 9? Well Neowin says it is a "simple app that opens up the personal digital assistant where you can then either type in your question or ask verbally inside a smallish window. It's not a full-screen experience like ...
Microsoft Kills Skype For Windows Phone 7 Users
Headlines & Global News / 8/12/14
Microsoft, the world's largest software company, has undoubtedly gained immense success with its video calling service Skype, which is one of the world's most popular VoIP services and is available on all major platforms including iOS, Android, Windows Phone and of course desktops and Macs. But the latest update ... With this, owners of smartphones running Windows Phone 7 have the option to purchase the latest handsets supporting Windows Phone 8 or 8.1 versions or upgrade to newer OS. But on competing ...
Microsoft to make Windows 8 updates more frequent and more significant
Digital Spy UK / 8/11/14
"Rather than waiting for months and bundling together a bunch of improvements into a larger update as we did for the Windows 8.1 Update, customers can expect that we'll use our already existing monthly update process to deliver more frequent improvements along with the security updates normally provided as part of 'Update Tuesday'," Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc said in a blog post. ... Microsoft is currently working away at its next operating system Windows 9, which is tipped to debut in spring 2015. gamescom ...