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New capabilities in SharePoint Online team sites including integration with Office 365 Groups

In May 2016, Microsoft unveiled a new vision for the future of SharePoint, and today we’re pleased to announce the rollout of several new enhancements to SharePoint Online team sites in Office 365, including deeper integration with Office 365 Groups. These enhancements will begin rolling out to Office 365 First Release customers next week. * Read the full article

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Quark VR Developing Wireless Vive

You might not have heard of Quark VR (formerly known as Intugame) before, but HTC Vive fans might want to get to know them. The Bulgaria-based company is primarily working on its own software development kit (SDK) that allows developers to stream VR games developed on PC with engines like Unreal and Unity into any kind of headset. That’s not a completely new concept, but it appears the company might be working on a pretty enticing idea nonetheless; a wireless version of the HTC Vive. * Read the full article…

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The Thinnest Laptop in the World Needs a Touchscreen Keyboard

At IFA in Berlin Lenovo announced a nice array of refreshed laptops and tablets, updating great devices like the Lenovo Yoga 900 series (now the Lenovo 910) with 7th generation Intel processors, but one device stood out among the rest. It’s the tiniest laptop Lenovo has on display, so tiny the company is classifying it as a tablet. * Read the full article here

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Intel’s ‘Kaby Lake’ Core processors are big news for VR, notebooks and convertibles

Intel’s latest processor generation is now official, and the 7th generation of Core processors looks to pack a punch. The so-called “Kaby Lake” lineup is the first to follow the new “tick-tock-tock” beat Intel has adopted for processor development, which means it keeps the same 14nm manufacturing process as its predecessor (Skylake), but there’s still lots to love here, including power efficiency, speed and big potential for 4K video and gaming on the move. * Read the full article here

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How Apple- and the Rest of Silicon Valley- Avoids the Tax Man

Today, the European Union ordered Apple to pay $14.5 billion dollars in back taxes, which its antitrust regulator says the company owes because a sweetheart tax deal offered by Ireland violated EU policy. The penalty, which is the largest the EU has ever lobbied against a single corporation, signals that the Union is getting increasingly serious about holding foreign companies accountable for their tax bills. But Apple is far from alone. * Read the full article here

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Dropbox employee’s password reuse led to theft of 60M+ user credentials

Dropbox disclosed earlier this week that a large chunk of its users’ credentials obtained in 2012 was floating around on the dark web. But that number may have been much higher than we originally thought. Credentials for more than 60 million accounts were taken, as first reported by Motherboard and confirmed by TechCrunch sources. The revelation of a password breach at Dropbox is an evolution of the company’s stance on the 2012 incident — the company initially said that user emails were the only data stolen. * Read the full…

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Tech Giants are ‘Consciously Failing’ on Terrorism, Says Parliament

Parliament has spoken out against Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube for “consciously failing” to remove terrorist recruitment content, despite the fact all three companies have denied any lax attitude to such content. A report from the Home Affairs Committee claims that the three sites are “the vehicle of choice in spreading propaganda and the recruiting platforms for terrorism.” The report is based on information gathered from intelligence groups, the muslim community, counter-terrorism experts, and security specialists. * Read the full article here

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What is quantum computing? WIRED explains how it differs to classical computing

In a world where we are relying increasingly on computing, to share our information and store our most precious data, the idea of living without computers might baffle most people. But if we continue to follow the trend that has been in place since computers were introduced, by 2040 we will not have the capability to power all of the machines around the globe, according to a recent report by the Semiconductor Industry Association. * Read the full article here

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