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  1. VSDC Free Video Editor Makes Complex Video Editing SimplerRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | PR.com

    The new version of VSDC Free Video Editor is a serious milestone toward increased convenience and unbeaten flexibility. The program is free and generally intended for home use.

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  2. You don't always have access to your computerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northwest Florida Daily News

    Q: Recently, while installing Java 2, an unwanted program was installed. While uninstalling the program I was asked if I wished to clear all of the Chrome add on programs or just the unwanted one.

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  3. StereoVision Current with OTCMarket Filings and Continues DTC EligibilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Digital Game Developer

    ... outside design source for Microsofts graphical user interface (GUI) including Microsoft Home Media Center, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft's Home of the Future, and Microsoft XBOX. Safe Harbor Statement: Except for historical information, this news ...

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  4. Moving data to Azure DocumentDBRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sys-Con Media

    You may need to move data from various sources to DocumentDB and the Azure DocumentDB Migration Tool can be used if your source is in the following form: It does not appear to be supported on Windows 8.1 but supported on Window 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 or SP2, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Vista SP2 The download contains both a GUI as well as a command line tool. The document contains valuable information of using the GUi with various databases.

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  5. How Microsoft Should Improve Windows 10 SecurityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Tom's Hardware

    Windows 10 already looks like it's going to have quite a few interesting security features, from the Windows Hello biometric authentication to the complementary online-focused Passport authentication protocol to Device Guard, a secure execution environment that's separated from the Windows 10 OS. However, there are other significant security improvements Microsoft could do to Windows 10 to make it a much safer OS.

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  6. Microsoft beats Q3 estimates, but profits decline on strong dollar, weak PCsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ars Technica

    In its third quarter of the 2015 financial year, Microsoft announced revenue up 6 percent to $21.73 billion, with a gross margin up 1 percent to $14.57 billion. Operating income declined 5 percent, however, to $6.60 billion, with earnings per share down 10 percent to $0.61.

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  7. Microsoft: The post-Windows company?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WLKY-TV Louisville

    That's an exaggeration, but Microsoft keeps finding new ways to prove that it is built to survive the "post-PC" world. Sales of Windows tanked last quarter, falling 19 percent for business customers and a stunning 26 percent for consumers over the same period last year.

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  8. Post Your Own ReplyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | InformationWeek

    The Help and Support of Windows XP was really ahead of its game. Lets see if Cortana can up that game, at the same time providing a good experience.

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  9. 5 Companies That Had A Rough WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CRN

    This week's roundup of companies that had a rough week include the unraveling of the Comcast-Time Warner Cable mega-merger, bad financial news from MobileIron, more bad financial news from Unisys, the impact of employee cutbacks on financial performances at Citrix and EMC, and a Japanese utility company and nuclear plant operator with 48,000 PCs still running Windows XP.

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  10. Google Maps only works in Lite mode nowRead the original story

    Friday | Geekzone

    Only a few days ago, I had no problems with the full version of maps on this Windows Vista laptop. Have Google changed Maps so it no longer runs under Vista? The earliest version of windows it mentions is now Win 7. Requirements for 3D and Earth View The Lite version is sooooo basic.

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  11. Microsoft Releases FY 2015 Q3 Financial ResultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | AnandTech

    Yesterday Microsoft announced their Q3 results for fiscal year 2015, and revenue was up 6% year-over-year, coming in at $21.7 billion for this quarter. Gross margin for the quarter was $14.6 billion, or 67%.

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  12. Microsoft Earnings: Cloud Dominates As Windows, Office TumbleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | InformationWeek

    Microsoft revenue hit $21.7 billion this past quarter as cloud services boomed, offsetting poor performance by its core Windows and Office products. Microsoft's earnings report for its third fiscal quarter exceeded Wall Street's expectations.

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  13. Dow 30 Earnings: Microsoft Third Quarter Fiscal 2015Read the original story

    Friday | Value Line

    Software giant and Dow Jones Industrial component Microsoft Corporation reported revenue and earnings of $21.7 billion and $0.61 a share for its fiscal third quarter , versus our estimates of $21.0 billion and $0.52. The better showing at the top line, particularly with respect to the Devices & Consumer segment, coupled with lower operating expenses than we had envisioned accounted for the $0.09-a-share outperformance at the bottom line.

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  14. Windows XP iTunes users lose out in security tweakRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    If you happen to be one of the many millions that still stubbornly refuse to move on from Windows XP - despite the fact that the babies who were born on the day of its release are now teenagers - then your entertainment options on your PC have just been reduced by one. iTunes no longer seems to work for users of the 13-year-old OS, thanks to an apparent update to the secure connection the music download platform uses to access the store.

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  15. iTunes no longer works on Windows XP, likely due to security changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WinBeta

    16% of Windows users run Windows XP despite Microsoft cutting off large amounts of support and multiple operating systems being released since then. Possibly worse than the initial problem is that at least for now, there is no fix in sight, other than moving off of XP, or iTunes, or both.

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  16. Microsoft Q3 results show growth in cloud as OEM revenue tumblesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Inquirer

    MICROSOFT HAS ANNOUNCED a rise in revenue to $21.7bn for the three months to 31 March. The lion's share came from cloud expansion, while revenue from operating system licensing continues to dwindle.

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  17. iTunes goes to borksville for Windows XP holdoutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Inquirer

    WINDOWS XP refuseniks have been dealt another blow after the latest round of security updates appeared to bork their access to iTunes. Logging on to the iTunes store from the petrified XP operating system , which reached end of life over a year ago, prompts the message: 'An unknown error occurred .'

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  18. TI's Q1'15 Earnings Impacted By Weak Demand And Currency FluctuationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Forbes.com

    Great Speculations' contributor page is devoted to investing ideas that will help make you wiser and richer. Most articles will contain actionable advice.

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  19. Uh-Oh! Earnings of Internet Companies Drive Nasdaq To Record HighRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Forbes.com

    ... lived. Other large players are focusing operations in this growing cloud computing service. For example, Microsoft Windows Azure and Google's App Engine are just barely trailing AWS, according to Talkin'cloud . As more competitors crowd the market, ...

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  20. Microsoft's Q3 FY2015: The highlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BetaNews

    Microsoft has released its Q3 FY2015 financial report, revealing revenue of $21.72 billion, gross margin of $14.56 billion, operating income of $6.59 billion, and diluted earnings per share of $0.61. The software giant has beaten analyst expectations , which had placed revenue and the diluted EPS at $21.06 billion and $0.51, respectively.

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