Windows 10 October 2018 Update gets fixes for Game Mode with streaming software, more

April 3, 2019

Patch Tuesday isn’t until next week, but Microsoft is shipping out a new batch of fixes for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update a little early. There are a ton of fixes included with this cumulative update, but the most noteworthy is one that prevents Game Mode from impacting game streaming and recording software. Larry Hryb ✔@majornelson […]

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April 2, 2019

In 2005, student Alex Tew had a million-dollar brainwave. The 20-year-old was playing around with ideas to pay for a looming three-year business degree; Tew was already worrying that the overdraft he had would mushroom. So he scribbled on a pad: “How to become a millionaire.” Twenty minutes later he had what he thought was […]

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Internet Rules Must be Updated: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

April 1, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that governments and regulators need to play a more active role in updating rules for the Internet to preserve the freedom of expression, for entrepreneurs to build new things, and to protect society from broader harm. In an editorial in The Washington Post on Saturday, Zuckerberg said though Facebook […]

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The future of Gaming is… YouTube?

March 31, 2019

BENGALURU : As if there weren’t enough consoles in this world, Google showcased their minimalist Stadia controller last week. This magical new controller is supposed to work via WiFi across platforms. Google Stadia has its benefits. It foresees a future where we can see a game’s trailer, and click to play no matter what the […]

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With iPhone sales slowing, Apple bets on video, gaming, news and a credit card

March 27, 2019

IT WAS NOTHING like Steve Jobs introducing the iPhone. But the two-hour show on March 25th put on by Tim Cook, Jobs’s less histrionic successor as boss of Apple, may nevertheless be remembered as a milestone for the company—and the entertainment industry. Mr Cook did not announce the latest sleek gadget. Instead, he unveiled a suite of products and services, including video streaming, […]

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Kubernetes Now Supports Windows Containers In Production

March 26, 2019

Kubernetes took Windows container into production Monday with the latest release of the open source container orchestration platform that has become something close to a standardized infrastructure layer. After three years of concerted efforts to elevate Microsoft’s operating system to a first-class citizen in containerized environments, Kubernetes 1.14 made generally available support of Windows containers […]

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