Cortana bows out on mobile

Cortana: Microsoft’s Assistant Bows Out on Mobile

CONNECTED ASSISTANT: Android and iOS applications of Cortana will be removed from Stores in January 2020 Amongst the tidal wave of virtual assistants, Cortana will have had a hard time getting a place. The Microsoft virtual assistant has managed to capture pretty market share through its integration with Windows 10, but on mobile, the application has not met with great success. Some speaker builders also […]

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Google will launch its video game platform in streaming November 19

Google will Launch its Video Game Platform in Streaming November 19th

VIDEO GAMES: The search engine giant, Google intends to upset the market dominated by the big players of game consoles like Sony and Microsoft Google announced Tuesday that the launch of its Stadia streaming video game platform will take place on November 19th. Entering the online video gaming market, the search engine giant intends to upset the market dominated by […]

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Microsoft forbids employees to use Slack and other software

Microsoft: Employees Requested to Remove Slack and Use Home Mail

COMPETITION: Microsoft has provided a list of prohibited software for its employees Microsoft forbids its employees to use Slack. The company has internally provided a list of software to ban the company, including the professional communication platform, competing directly with the Microsoft Teams tool, and which made a very good IPO on Friday. Microsoft justifies this decision with a […]

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Microsoft and Sony to work together with Cloud Gaming

Playstation / Xbox: Surprise Union Between Microsoft and Sony in Cloud Gaming

The union seems unlikely, and resonates on Thursday as a thunderclap in the microcosm of the video game: Sony and Microsoft, the two rivals, will work hand in hand! The first, Sony, is Japanese (Tokyo) and is the creator of the PlayStation 4 . The second, Microsoft , is American (Redmond) and manufactures Xbox One. In the video game console market, both […]

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Microsoft urges its users to abandon the Internet Explorer browser.

Microsoft Buries Internet Explorer Browser

Microsoft advises you to stop using your Internet Explorer browser. It is out of date since 2015 and therefore no longer supports the current standards of the web. Internet Explorer will soon end up in the trash. While many companies continue to use this pioneer of web browsers, Microsoft advises to no longer use it. In a note […]

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Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft has died

Microsoft C0-Founder, Billionaire Paul Allen has Died

Billionaire and philanthropist Paul Allen, co-founder in 1975 with Bill Gates of the American giant Microsoft, died of cancer on Monday 15th October, 2018. A billionaire and philanthropist Paul Allen , co-founder in 1975 with Bill Gates of the American giant Microsoft , had survived cancer twice before succumbing on Monday to a recurrence, at the age of 65. years. “Personal computing would never […]

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The French spend an average of 326 Euros on smartphone

Smartphone: The French spend 326 euros on average to buy one

MOBILE: According to a survey of the UFC Que-Choisir, the French spend an average of 326 euros for the purchase of their smartphone … It almost never leaves our pocket. The  smartphone is everywhere, and to acquire one, users are willing to pay hundreds of euros. But how exactly? The “You and your smartphone” survey, conducted in February 2018 among […]

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2017 is a record year for the video game market in France.

In 2017, The Video Game Generated in France a Historic Turnover of 4.3 Billion Euros

According to a report just published, the video game market generated in France, in 2017, a turnover of 4.3 billion euros. An increase of 18% compared to 2016. In France, the video game industry is doing well. For the fifth consecutive year, the videogame market recorded a consequent increase of its turnover in France. The Leisure Software Publishers Union (SELL) has […]

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