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YouTube to Release Music Streaming Service in March, Say Reports

YouTube Remix will integrate both audio and music videos in a subscription service to rival Spotify and Apple. However, it's not yet clear which labels will be coming on board.

Microsoft Releases Triple Firmware Update for Surface Book, Studio, and Pro 4

Firmware updates to the Surface Book, Pro 4, and Studio bring vital security update, speech recognition improvements, and more. The updates are the most significant for some time.

Minecraft’s Push to Connect People Continues with Realms Clubs Launch

Realms Clubs furthers Microsoft’s desire for Minecraft to be more than a game. It introduces significant social media features to the Realms hub.

Microsoft’s New OneDrive for Android UI Ditches Business Design for Social Media Influence

Android users of OneDrive are receiving a new design interface through Version 5.1 of the cloud storage service.
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Google Bolsters Chrome Security to Take Business Users from Microsoft Edge

Businesses still locked to Internet Explorer want to upgrade and Google Chrome is making a play for those users, challenging Edge with a new Site Isolation mode.

Microsoft Says Open Neural Network Exchange (ONNX) is “Production Ready”

Along with Facebook and Amazon, Microsoft confirmed ONNX readiness and said adoption has been swift among tech’s elite.
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As Bitcoin Soars Past $15,000, Major Mining Hacks Sees $70 Million Stolen

Ahead of its debut on two notable U.S. exchanges, a bitcoin mining hack has potentially stolen tens of millions from a mine company in Slovenia.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform: Full Details of Game-Changing SoC

Qualcomm has published full details on the recently announced Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform, suggesting a SoC that will change the mobile landscape.

Yahoo and Mozilla Suing Each Other After Firefox Snubs Yahoo as Default Search Provider

Technicalities in a contract allowed Mozilla Firefox to remove Yahoo as its default search. The two companies are now disputing the ramifications and will take the battle to US courts.