Microsoft’s Open-Source Pivot Is Creating a Great Place to Work

By jcn50

At Microsoft Build last week, Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s CEO, opened with the benefits of collaboration and cooperation, how developers are now growing faster at non-tech companies than inside tech companies, how companies will need to advance, and how every person will need to begin preparing for a very different future. Pretty much the entire event…

Using Fake Reviews to Find Dangerous Extensions

By jcn50

Fake, positive reviews have infiltrated nearly every corner of life online these days, confusing consumers while offering an unwelcome advantage to fraudsters and sub-par products everywhere. Happily, identifying and tracking these fake reviewer accounts is often the easiest way to spot scams. Here’s the story of how bogus reviews on a counterfeit Microsoft Authenticator browser…

Brightness Control – Brightness Scheduler (100% discount)

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Auto change brightness based on the time you configure. app offers you simple yet meaningful option to configure brightness based on the time of the day. Its Brightness Dimmer app that can auto dim the brightness at night and can increase during day as per configuration you provides. Three simple steps to automate brightness easily.1.…

The Pediatric Airway Course (TPAC) (100% discount)

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Designed specifically for physicians, this course recognizes that the need to secure a pediatric airway is a relatively uncommon procedure. As a result, it is a source of considerable anxiety for many practitioners. Content is delivered through both seminars and skills stations with a variety of airway equipment and intubatable mannequins. The focus is on…

ARM vs. x86 Battle Royal: Why and How ARM Is Pulling Ahead

By jcn50

ARM and x86 have been doing battle for the last decade. ARM tried to move into the server market and failed; Intel, which carries most of the x86 burden, tried to move on cellphones and failed. The battle for tablets is ongoing, with ARM in the lead, and the battle for notebooks continues with Intel…