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First meeting Women Who Code

First meeting Women Who Code

Women Who Code (WWCode) is a U.S  non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. it connects amazing women with other like minded amazing women around the globe who unite under one simple notion – the world ...

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Windows still fastest growing smart phone

According to IDC, Windows Phone reinforced its position as a top three smartphone operating system and was the fastest-growing platform in Q3 among the leading operating systems with 156 per cent year-over-year gain. Windows Phone is the number two smartphone ...

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Lumia Black update from Nokia

Nokia has announced the availability of its Lumia Black update for Windows Phone 8 Lumia phones. The company first mentioned the name Lumia Black at Nokia World 2013 as the working name for an update to its Windows Phone 8 ...

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Windows phone leads in 24 countries

icrosoft has broken down its sales areas country by country and said exactly where Windows Phone is outselling the iPhone. The list reads as follows: Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Ecuador, Finland, Greece, Hungary, India, Italy, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, ...

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GTA: San Andreas Now Available For Windows Phone 8 Devices

Rockstar games have finally released GTA: San Andreas for Windows Phone devices. This game features a vast open-world covering the state of San Andreas and its three major cities – Los Santos, San Fierro and Las Venturas – with enhanced ...

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Microsoft renames SkyDrive to OneDrive

Microsoft is renaming its SkyDrive cloud storage to OneDrive. The software giant has registered onedrive.com and the company has a promotional video on YouTube announcing the new name. Microsoft says the name change will take place soon, and that the service “will ...

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Google’s smart contact lenses: Could have been Microsoft

Computer-infused contact lenses fit in with the sci-fi ethos of the Google[x] project. But guess what — Microsoft backed the research three years earlier.   In 2011, Microsoft supported Babak Parviz’s research into chip-enabled contact lenses that could detect diabetes-related ...

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Make no mistake: Nokia is Microsoft’s biggest deal ever

Yes, in raw numbers, Microsoft is paying less for Nokia’s Devices & Services business than it did for Skype — forking over $7.2 billion for the smartphone maker, compared with $8.5 billion for the video communications company. But by almost ...

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