• Windows 10 has a new exclusive emoji: the Astro Cat

    2 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Microsoft has worked out another exclusive emoji for Windows 10 , the infinitely awesome Astro Cat. Found by Emojipedia , the emoji is achieved by joining the ‘Cat Face' and ‘Rocket' emojis by a small string of characters in between. Specifically, this technique is known as the ‘zero width joiner' , a specific string of characters that, when placed between two emojis in the proper order, will produce a whole new emoji. However, at this point only Windows 10 supports the zero width joiner. This means that, unless you're viewing this sequence of emojis on Windows 10 through various apps, all...
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  • Twitter PWA for Windows 10 updated with another new feature

    Twitter PWA for Windows 10 updated with another new feature

    2 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    Twitter, which has a dedicated Progressive Web App team, has pushed out another update for the Twitter PWA for Windows 10. The update has added two new features. One is the ability to translate tweets into your default language and the other is a new reply button when tweets are expanded. As the app is a...
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  • Microsoft offers Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 users a new way to extend support for free

    2 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    With end of support looming for Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008, Microsoft has a new option for those users to keep getting security updates: By moving workloads to Azure.
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  • Exclusive: the new Windows 10 Maps 'platform update' is live

    2 monthes ago - By All About Windows Phone

    The story so far. Microsoft's Maps product, built into all Windows 10 devices , had been using out of date (2016) maps from HERE, pending a major platform update in terms of how Microsoft massage and process the raw map data. Prompting complaints from users and a response from the Bing Maps team. Happily, I can reveal that the new data went live overnight for much of the world, with my 'canary roads' in the UK now present and correct. Phew!
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