Microsoft is hurtling toward the consumer release of its big Windows 10 Anniversary Update with the latest beta build for its operating system. Testers are being enlisted in a "bug bash" to help find and fix issues.
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Microsoft wants to make sure that users don't have to focus on learning how to control its productivity tools in order to use them. That was the message from Julie Larson-Green, the company's chief experience officer, when she was asked what the future holds for Office.
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For the first time, Microsoft has talked about the next Xbox. They're calling it Project Scorpio and it will support 4K gaming, virtual reality and be out at the end of 2017. If you can't wait until then, a refresh of the Xbox One is coming this August.
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For the longest while, the mantra that business leaders and IT executives used to describe how well-run IT functions should perform was that they should perform like a utility. By that they meant that IT services should have the same availability, reliability, performance and invisibility as other utilities such as electricity.
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Which carrier's users are the most satisfied with their mobile data service? That's what we want to find out. For the fourth year, Computerworld is polling readers to find out how they feel about their mobile data provider, how much they pay, how they use their mobile data connections and more.
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