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  • Sony posts best quarterly results in eight years

    Sony posts its strongest June quarter since 2007 with profits driven mainly by Sony’s PlayStation 4 software and its camera sensors

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  • Consultancies hit amid rise in IT company insolvencies

    Rising insolvencies among IT companies contrasts with a fall in the rate of company failures in the wider economy

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  • Welcome to Windows 10: Universal apps – Welcome to Windows 10

    Windows 10 introduces a programming platform, universal apps. Universal apps are able run on more than one kind of Windows device, including phones, tablets, desktop PCs, Xbox One console and even embedded devices, such as Raspberry Pi 2. A unified Windows Store means that developers can sell an...

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  • Welcome to Windows 10: Unify devices – Welcome to Windows 10

    Windows 10, the latest iteration of Microsoft’s operating system (OS), and it starts sailing off the shelves today. Its primary purpose is to unify the OS across PCs, tablets, smartphones and embedded systems, as well as Microsoft’s games console Xbox One, its new interactive whiteboard Surface...

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  • Welcome to Windows 10: Software updates – Welcome to Windows 10

    Among the biggest changes Microsoft has made is continuous updates to the OS code, mirroring the update that users of iOS and Android devices are accustomed to. But this approach may well cause IT departments plenty of headaches if they are not ready to rollout the updates. As a result Microsoft...

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  • Welcome to Windows 10: The verdict – Welcome to Windows 10

    Windows 10 is a bit of a paradox. It represents the first version of Microsoft's operating system designed for the post-Windows era. The company's CEO, Satya Nadella, talks about portabiloty of experence and Windows 10, thanks to Universal apps, can run software across phones, tablets and desktop...

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  • Welcome to Windows 10: Overview – Welcome to Windows 10

    Windows 10 could be the last update of Windows IT departments will need to make. The new operating system brings back the Start Menu for desktop and laptop users, adds Cortana as a digital personal assistant, and ramps up security.The operating system represents a departure from the previous,...

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  • Welcome to Windows 10: Features for end users – Welcome to Windows 10

    The Start menu is back and you’ll find Live Tiles, which lets you personalise and customise the way Windows works for you – making the things that are most important available at your fingertips, according to Joe Belfiore, corporate vice-president for the operating systems group at Microsoft,...

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  • European education network launches search for IaaS providers

    Pan-European education network is on the hunt for IaaS specialists to populate its Cloud Catalogue

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  • UK fintech sector targets 100,000 new jobs and $8bn investment by 2020

    Trade body Innovate Finance unveils manifesto for growth in financial technology market

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