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Windows File Sharing

Near Share Feature Brings AirDrop-like File Transfers to Windows 10

Microsoft is adding a Bluetooth-enabled local file-sharing feature similar to Apple AirDrop to the next major Windows 10 feature update.
Daily Tech Briefing Nov. 8, 2017

Broadcom Eyes Mobile Chip Maker Qualcomm to Challenge Intel, Samsung VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Broadcom makes an unsolicited $105 billion bid for Qualcomm; a fake WhatsApp update for Android dodges Google Play's vetting process; IBM Cloud Object Storage opens a layer for Watson analytics data; and there's more.
Daily Tech Briefing Nov. 6, 2017

Lenovo Buys Stake in Fujitsu PC Unit, to Sell PCs Under Fujitsu Brand VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Lenovo is buying a majority stake in Fujitsu's PC unit to build a joint venture; VMware will enter the SD-WAN market with its VeloCloud buy; Cisco introduces an AI-based virtual assistant for business meetings; and there's more.

Broadcom Makes Unsolicited $105 Billion Bid for Qualcomm

The deal would create the world's third-largest chip maker, behind only Intel and Samsung, but Qualcomm make balk.

Alexa Smart Assistant at Core of Tiny New Amazon Fire TV Set-Top Box SLIDESHOW

Amazon latest Fire TV Set-Top Box includes the Alexa digital assistant to provide access to thousands of movie and music titles as well as control smart home devices.
Lenovo Fujitsu Joint Deal

Lenovo Buying Majority Stake in Fujitsu PC Unit to Build Joint Venture

The two companies will create a joint venture that will develop and sell PCs worldwide under the Fujitsu brand.
Surface Pro Gets LTE Advanced

Microsoft Surface Pro With LTE Advanced Arrives in December

Lack of a WiFi connection is no longer a problem. In December, Microsoft's business customers can order a version of the Surface Pro with LTE Advanced connectivity.
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Microsoft Ends Production of Kinect Motion Controller VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft quits manufacturing Kinect Motion Controller; GE Digital follows Apple partnership with new Microsoft deal; Free Google Optimize web page tools gains new testing features; and there's more.

Microsoft Beats the Street on Top and Bottom Lines

Revenue was cited at $24.54 billion against $23.56 billion projected by Wall Street analysts.
Microsoft Discontinuing Kinect Sensor

Microsoft Quits Manufacturing Kinect Motion Controller

The company ceases production on the motion controller that helped enthusiasts and developers get their hands on advanced sensing technology at low cost.
Daily Tech Briefing Oct. 20, 2017

HP Unveils Powerful ZBook x2, the 'First Detachable PC Workstation' VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: HP's new ZBook x2 takes aim at Surface and MacBook Pro; U.S. lawmakers file a bill to enable businesses to pursue cyber-criminals; Google claims progress in weeding out extremist videos on YouTube; and there's more.

HP's New ZBook x2 Takes Aim at Surface, MacBook Pro

HP describes the 2-in-1 desktop PC as “the world’s most powerful and first detachable PC workstation” and is going to market alongside Adobe.

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