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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Google Introduce New User Interface of Adsense

The new AdSense user interface (UI) is here. Over the last year, our product team has been hard at work bringing Material Design principles to AdSense. This new UI highlights the information that’s relevant to you on a personalized homepage and streamlines navigation. Over the next few weeks we’ll be offering the new UI to AdSense publishers.  All you’ll need ...

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Winners of P@SHA ICT Awards 2016 announced

This year’s iteration of Pakistan Software Houses Association’s (P@SHA) ICT Awards, P@SHA ICT Awards 2016 have been declared yesterday in Karachi. The winners belong from a vast array of thriving startups as well as established organizations from Pakistan. P@SHA, the primary software association from Pakistan, aims to recognize the entrepreneurial bodies from across the country and praise them with due ...

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Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) ?

Sprint has announced plans to launch SD-WAN services that will enable enterprises to more efficiently manage corporate networks, optimize performance, and design business policies that improve the customer experience. Sprint is currently teaming with VeloCloud, a leader in Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solutions, to support customer trials for the SD-WAN service during 4Q16, with a global launch planned for ...

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Apple will open another R&D center in Japan

Apple is on a research & development spree! The company has announced a bunch of new R&D centers over the past few months, and R&D spendings have skyrocketed. This time, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the company plans to open a new center in Japan during a visit in Tokyo, according to Xinhua. This isn’t the first time we’re ...

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Microsoft seeks to “transform and modernize education” by collaborating with edX for new online course offerings

Earlier this year, Microsoft shared that they wanted to help “transform and modernized education”. What does transforming schools actually mean? To Microsoft, it means educating from the very top. That includes administrators, principals, and school leaders that directly influence the development of lessons and learning. The tech giant intends to develop classes specifically for these individuals to put learning first ...

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Apple Watch banned in UK during Government meetings

The British government has banned its top officials from wearing the Apple Watch during high-level Cabinet meetings over fears the device could be hacked by foreign agents acting against the U.K., the Telegraph reported on Monday. While some may scoff at the idea of the smartwatch being taken over by hackers, others are likely to look upon it as a ...

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5 popular photo editing apps for Windows 10

Despite the obvious app gap that occurs when comparing Microsoft’s Windows Store offerings to that of Apple’s App Store of Google’s Play Store, regarding modern app development, Windows users might find the photo editing app experience in Windows 10 on par if not better than on competing platforms. Removing the elephant in the room that is Photoshop’s desktop suite of ...

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