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September 22, 2016

Silicon Valley’s War on Disease: Zuckerberg, Microsoft, Google to End Cancer and Aging

Silicon Valley is going to war against disease, cancer, aging, and perhaps even death, with advanced computing, AI and machine learning, genomics, DNA engineering, biotech and nanotech. Tech giants and mega-rich philanthropists are spending billions to permit hacking biology all the way down to DNA, and perhaps we could see breakthroughs in only a few years.

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May 11, 2016

Microsoft Shuts Down Controversial Windows 10 Feature

 Microsoft is killing a controversial feature introduced in Windows 10 that enabled users to share Wi-Fi login information with contacts, automatically.

When Windows 10 was introduced, a feature called Wi-Fi Sense was borrowed from the mobile operating system used for the Windows Phone to be included into the popular PC operating system. As a feature, it allows users to automatically connect to hotspots and amazingly share users’ Wi-Fi passwords with contacts when they are on the same network.

A simple checkbox enabled the passwords for Wi-Fi networks saved on the user’s PC to be shared with contacts on Skype, Facebook and Outlook.

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April 16, 2016

Microsoft Sues the U.S. Government over Customer Privacy

Microsoft has sued the U.S. government for the right to advise customers when a federal agency is looking at their emails, claiming the government is violating the law by not allowing Microsoft to notify its customers, according to Reuters.

The suit, filed in federal court in Seattle, Wash., marks the latest in a series of clashes about privacy between the government and the technology industry.

Microsoft claims the government’s actions violate the Fourth Amendment, which establishes the right for individuals and businesses to know if the government seizes or searches their property. The government’s actions violate Microsoft’s free speech rights, the suit [...]

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March 14, 2016

Gaming Master-Hack: A Day When Xbox, PlayStation & Windows Play Together

Microsoft has unveiled a massive new feature that could help shape a common domain across the major shaping platforms including consoles and PC gaming with cross-network play.

Could console wars be a thing of the past? One day in the future, you may not be forced to buy a console just because your friends are on a PlayStation or an Xbox. Instead, you could settle to go multiplayer on your PC while your friend takes you on from his console, playing the same game. Yes, cross-network play is finally being spoken about. Publicly. By Microsoft.

In an announcement today – after what seems like years of hinting toward it – Microsoft has firmly planted an “open invitation” for [...]

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