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Shiwangi Peswani is a qualified writer and a blogger, who loves to dabble with and write about computers and the Internet. While focusing on and writing on technology topics, her varied skills and experience enables her to write on any topics which may interest her.

Browse and plant trees with Vivaldi browser and Ecosia search engine

While everyone in the world is worried about global warming, Vivaldi already has a solution to reforest the planet. Vivaldi 1.9, the latest version of the web browser has teamed up with the search engine Ecosia to make the world […]

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Outlook Customer Manager rolling out worldwide

Outlook Customer Manager launched last November is now being rolled out worldwide with enhanced capabilities. After months of team work, team Outlook is finally releasing it for iOS and Outlook on the web. Outlook team made this announcement via official […]

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Microsoft releases Sprinkles Camera app for iPhone

Sprinkles the fun camera app is now available for iPhones. With a focus of serving cross-platform and Microsoft recently released the Sprinkles camera app for iPhone users. Quite similar to Snapchat, Sprinkles the camera app brings many funny captions, crazy […]

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Microsoft launches Ruuh a ‘Desi’ AI Chatbot for Indians

If you are feeling lonely and looking for someone to talk with, try Ruuh, the new AI Chatbot. After testing it for more than a month, Microsoft has finally launched a new AI chatbot ‘Ruuh’. Microsoft has designed it specifically […]

Microsoft to strengthen the Edge Sandbox in Windows 10

Microsoft Edge will now be more secure and safe, says Microsoft. Seeing the increasing hack reports of Microsoft Edge web browser, the Company has decided to improve the security of its Sandbox thereby controlling the Remote Code Execution attacks. As […]

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US Senate votes to let ISPs sell your Web Browsing History to Advertisers

The Internet Service Providers can now send your personal data curtly to the advertisers without your permission and you literally can’t do anything about it. So, killing the Obama-era privacy regulations, the US Senate has voted to let the ISPs […]

NASA releases a bunch of Free Open Source Software you want to check out

NASA has released a bunch of free software to be used in various technical applications. The software catalog 2017-2018 officially released by NASA is organized into fifteen broad subject matter categories. The categories include free codes for highly advanced aircraft […]

Windows Insider Program for IT Professional and Businesses

Windows Insider Program for IT Professionals & Business announced

With a goal of offering an expanded experience to the IT professionals in Corporates and tailor their needs, Windows Insider Program for IT Professional and Businesses was recently launched in Microsoft’s Ignite Australia conference. Abbreviated as WIP4Biz, this new initiative […]

Vivaldi browser 1.7 releases with built-in Screenshot and other cool features

Your favorite browser Vivaldi is up with a new and amazing set of features and functionality improvements. Vivaldi 1.7, the latest version is more productive and dynamic with the new features like built-in screenshots, better sound control and more. Vivaldi […]

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Microsoft Researchers are working on AI accuracy as it gets smarter each day

Artificial Intelligence has helped mankind to dream of doing things that would seem impossible just a decade ago. People nowadays are indulging more in using systems, built using technologies that directly engulfs Machine Learning. This calls for a need of […]

Microsoft Outlook for iOS gets new Add-Ins on 2nd Anniversary

Celebrating its second anniversary, Outlook Mobile now comes with a set of new add-ins. As per the official blog post, Outlook Mobile is now collaborating with companies like GIPHY, Evernote, Smartsheet, Nimble etc. to create some interesting add-ins for iOS. […]

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Microsoft Beam2 is now live globally

Microsoft Beam2 Live is now available globally. After being in its Beta trial version for a few months, the major update to Beam is now available for users globally. Matt Salsa Mendi, co-founder of Beam, announced this major update via […]

Cortana Search is returning Nil results for many in Windows 10

Windows Firewall is reportedly blocking Cortana Search in Windows 10. Many users have recently reported this issue on Reddit so if your Windows 10 PC is showing black search results, you are not the only one. The issue initially looked […]

Australian Department of Human Services achieves full Windows 10 deployment

More of Australian citizens can now get a faster and more personal access to Windows 10 services. Microsoft Consulting Services and Windows team together with Australia’s Department of Human Services recently achieved full Windows 10 deployment for its 35,000 employees […]

WhatsApp adds Video Call Support to Windows Mobile, iOS, Android

WhatsApp video calling is now available for Windows mobile, iOS, and Android devices. After being rumored and tested for long, the most anticipated feature of Video Calling is finally launched for its users across the popular platforms. Announcing the latest […]

You can now use Skype as a Guest with no Download or Sign-up

Skype gets easier, quicker and more convenient. You can now enjoy a Skype video call with any of your friend worldwide without even downloading the app. After adding some new features in Skype for Windows 10 Anniversary Update, the company […]

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Web of Trust (WOT) Add-on taken down by Chrome & Firefox

The Web Of Trust (WOT) add-on was removed silently by the popular web browsers Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox soon after it was reported on German media that the add-on ‘Web Of Trust’ collects and sells the browsing history of […]

Microsoft to end Support for Windows Essentials 2012 in January 2017

Windows Essentials 2012 Suite will reach the end of support by January 10, 2017, says Microsoft. We have been using the applications of Windows Essential Suite, like Live Writer, Movie Maker, Mail etc. for years, but with the end of support, […]

Office 2013 will now be able to block Macros

Office 2013 now has the protection against Macro-based malware attack. Seeing the significant increase in Macro-base infections lately Microsoft has added the macros blocking feature in Office 2013 which blocks Macro virus from loading in the high-risk scenarios. While this […]

Skype gets improved call infrastructure and other new features

Microsoft has modernized Skype with new looks, a new set of features for Android and iOS users and improved call infrastructure. Added are the announcements of new mobile sharing experiences and Skype for Business Mac. Skype New Features Improved Call […]