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Micrososft to Share AI Tools with Four Chinese Universities for Market Foothold

Microsoft will bring its AI tools and datasets to four of China's top universities to foster innovation. The move may let it establish a foothold in the local market, but it has significant competition.

Microsoft Launches Xbox One Version 1806 Preview

Xbox One Version 1806 will bring a new search experience, tweaks to game and app grouping, Wi-Fi enhancements, and more. It's available now for Alpha Ring Insiders.
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HoloLens Gets First Windows 10 Feature Update since 2016

The HoloLens has received a series of improvements as part of the Windows 10 April 2018 update, including two new preview apps, tools for IT admins, and developer APIs.
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Google Awards 18-Year-Old Student $36,000 for Discovery of Remote Code Execution Flaw

Uruguayan Ezequiel Pereira López found a remote code execution vulnerability in Google's App Engine and has been rewarded over a $30,000 as a result. It's not the student's first find, though it is his highest paying to date.

Microsoft to Open Xiaoice Bot’s Full Duplex Capabilities to Developers

Xiaoice's two-way speech abilities are now open to partners and developers, while consumers will receive the ability to craft bespoke 10-minutes stories for their children. The functionality will launch on June 1.

Windows 10 Build 16299.491 Finally Fixes Some Annoying Fall Creators Update Bugs

Windows 10 Build 16299.491 adds SameSite cookie support in Internet Explorer 11, fixes timezone information and VPN issues, and much more. The update is available via automatic or manual download.

Facebook and Qualcomm to Launch High-Speed ‘Terragraph’ Wi-Fi in Cities next Year

Facebook's Terragraph project will bring high-speed WiFi to densely populated areas via a series of nodes on existing city furniture. San Jose is the first area slated for testing.

Microsoft Announces AI-Powered Personalization for Office.com

The new Office.com homepage features AI-powered document suggestions, as well as recommended content from other employees. It joins a number of other changes to SharePoint, including automatic image processing.
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Microsoft and Intel Disclose Spectre-like CPU Flaw That May Result in Further Performance Loss

A Spectre-like variant known as Speculative Store Bypass is largely mitigated by browser updates, but could still present a risk to users. Consumers can choose to enable a firmware update but will take a performance hit of 2-8%.


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