Free Press Journal
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    Nadella-led Microsoft develops collaborative cloud tool

    Washington: Software giant Microsoft, led by its Indian-American CEO Satya Nadella, has developed yet another cloud tool that allows team members to share and collaborate on documents with one another.  Part of Microsoft Office, the new tool called “Delve” surfaces the stuff one is interested in automatically. One doesn’t have to bookmark important documents or even search for anything, according to CNN.  “It’s kind of like a Facebook news feed for work,”

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    Microsoft launches new cloud adoption programme for SMBs in India

    New Delhi: Microsoft has rolled out a new cloud adoption programme for small and medium businesses (SMBs) in India, a company statement said. “Cloud adoption in India is growing in triple digit percentage year-on-year. The new Microsoft Cloud Solution Providers will make SMBs more competitive with enterprise-grade technology and value-added services from Microsoft cloud,” Karan Bajwa, managing director, Microsoft India said.

  • Microsoft Correctly Predicted Top 2015 Oscar Winning Awards

    Washington : Microsoft’s Bing prediction engine has correctly predicted the 2015 top Oscar winning wards that include best picture, best director, best actor, best actress, and the results for supporting actor and actress, reports ANI.

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    Microsoft updates Windows Defender to remove Superfish adware

    Washington: Microsoft has updated its Windows Defender to remove the Superfish adware which reportedly made Lenovo users susceptible to attacks. According to the Verge, researchers are reporting that Windows Defender, Microsoft’s onboard anti-virus software, is now actively removing the Superfish software that came pre-installed on many Lenovo computers.

  • Microsoft, new Outlook app

    Microsoft launches new Outlook app for iOS, Android users

    New York : Taking Gmail and other email apps head on, Microsoft has launched a new Outlook app for iOS and Android devices. The new app is basically a replacement for San Francisco-based email startup Acompli that was acquired by Microsoft for $200 million in December last year, New York Daily News reported. Outlook will support Office 365, Exchange, Outlook.com, Yahoo Mail, Gmail, iCloud and other key email services.

  • Microsoft Lumia 435

    Microsoft announces cheapest Windows Phone

    Washington: Microsoft has announced new Lumia 435 and Lumia 532 with lowered prices to increase sales of Windows Phone by reaching a wider group of potential buyers.

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    Nokia 215: Connectivity For All

    Mumbai: Get ready for a modern update on the candy bar style Nokia phones many of us started our mobile phone journeys with. Microsoft Nokia 215, available in single and dual sim variants, is releasing in Asia in the first quarter of 2015. At heart it is a basic phone with the added advantage of connectivity over 2G. While it has nostalgic value for some, it is a very practical device for emerging markets.

  • Microsoft Unveils Cheapest 29 Dollar Nokia Phone

    London : Microsoft has launched a new phone Nokia 215, its cheapest handset with internet processor so far, with which the company hopes to increase its market in Asia, the Middle East and Africa, reports ANI.

  • Microsoft, Yahoo’s search services suffer brief outage

    Washington: Tech giant Microsoft’s search engine Bing.com and other sites, including live.com, suffered a brief disconnection of about 20 minutes on Friday, as per reports revealed on Twitter and other website-monitoring services.

  • Hackers hit Sony PlayStation

    WASHINGTON: Microsoft’s online network for its Xbox gaming console was restored to nearly full service after an alleged coordinated Christmas Day hack brought it and Sony’s PlayStation network down. The PlayStation network remained down on Friday, while Xbox’s service returned to all except three of its applications during the day. The disruption started Christmas Day, PlayStation and Xbox said.

  • Microsoft offers India cloud infra for smartphones

    New Delhi: Global IT giant Microsoft’s chief executive officer Satya Nadella on Friday met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He is the third tech giant executive to meet Modi, after Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.

  • US cinegoers flock to watch screening of The Interview

    Los Angeles : Executives at Sony Pictures Entertainment have released “The Interview” on a variety of online platforms including YouTube Movies, Google Play, Microsoft’s Xbox Video and Sony’s own dedicated website www.seetheinterview.com.