Why Microsoft keeps pushing the limit by forcing its software on you
Regulators have told Microsoft several times that it cannot bundle or force software on its users. Yet time after time, the company manages to come up with new tactics that push the boundaries, and find ways to force its software on you. The Redmond company also seems to get away with it. Is it tim... Read more
OpenAI introduces plugin functionality for ChatGPT
OpenAI has introduced plugin functionality for ChatGPT. The feature allows third-party applications to use the generative AI features.
The new plugin functionality, announced at the launch of the paid service ChatGPT Plus, is designed to address problems of large NLP models. These may include re... Read more
Ply layers on no-code contextual customisations
Hey there, do you want to hear about our new no-code/low-code platform?! It’s already becoming an arguably fairly tired proposition that’s wearing pretty thin on many in the IT industry. So what should we look for among the upstart start-ups now vying for a share of voice in this increasingly c... Read more
Microsoft introduces first preview .NET 8
Microsoft has released the first preview of .NET 8. In addition to performance improvements, this application framework version should make it easier for cloud-native developers to build applications. The version should also allow for more cross-platform development with MAUI and Blazor.
Accordi... Read more
‘Google Ads increasingly used to spread malware’
Cybercriminals are increasingly using the Google Ads platform to spread malware as legitimate software. This is according to recent research by Guardio Labs, Trend Micro and others.
Cybercriminals are increasingly spreading malware masquerading as legitimate software. They create a clone of the ... Read more
Atos closes five-year deal with AWS for customer cloud migrations
Atos has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its preferred partner for migrating customer workloads to the cloud.
The French IT giant committed to a five-year collaboration with AWS. The company will use AWS for its infrastructure services, DevOps and machine learning initiatives.
The part... Read more
IBM introduces with plug-and-play Watson libraries for AI
IBM released three 'plug-and-play' IBM Watson AI libraries that allow developers to implement trained AI models in applications. Big Blue wants to help developers adopt AI functionality.
The three AI libraries allow trained AI models to be directly implemented in software, eliminating the need t... Read more
Google Cloud speeds up applications with startup CPU boost
Google Cloud launched 'startup CPU boost' to optimize application performance. Applications should run faster by improving startup times.
With the new functionality, the cloud giant performs computations with less latency. Applications speed up as a result. The functionality is part of the Googl... Read more
50 percent of your data will soon come from the Edge
Managing infrastructure is a headache for more and more companies. In addition to their own data center, there are often multiple clouds and edge locations in use. The platforms differ from one another. It takes a lot of expertise to manage it all. Finding the right people is also difficult, which ... Read more
Microsoft updates Surface Duo Design Kit
Microsoft renewed the Surface Duo Design Kit, a software development aid for dual-screen smartphones.
The Surface Duo Design Kit is a collection of design patterns, guidelines and components for dual-screen application development. The new release adds functionality for various applications.
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