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Windows 10: What We Know So Far

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russian teen dating Microsoft plans to tell us what we don’t know about Windows 10 in a Wednesday January 21 event, namely, the consumer side of the new operating system.

best affairs site Many think of Windows 10, currently at the preview stage, as Microsoft’s attempt to make good with its business customers. They may have become alienated by the mobile-centric and touch-based user interface of Windows 8. The idea that Windows 10 will address those business concerns comes from Microsoft itself. For instance, at Windows 10’s San Francisco unveiling in September, Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s executive vice president of Operating Systems, stressed that businesses would be familiar with the Windows 10 interface and that Windows 10 would be compatible with traditional management systems.

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iPhone 6 to enter production next week – reported

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The upcoming iPhone 6 will enter production this month, according to reports from Taiwan.

Hon Hai Precision Industry, the world’s largest contract manufacturer of electric goods, will begin making the device in the third week of July, reports Reuters.

The iPhone 6 is rumoured to be 4.7-inch in size, while production of a separate 5.5-inch version is apparently entering production during the second week of August.

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Barclays to let users buy houses using mobile phones

Barclays to let users buy houses using mobile phones

Savills Auctions and Barclays have announced that they will allow customers to buy houses using their mobile phones.

Using the Barclays Pingit app, customers of the property auctioneer can now put down a deposit on a home by scanning a QR code.

The service has already been used by a homeowner who put down a £23,000 deposit on a new home in Mitcham, South London they purchased at a Savills auction on February 10th and 11th.

Darren Foulds, Barclays mobile banking and Pingit product director said: “This shows the potential for mobile payments as services like Pingit gain more widespread use.”

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