W10 pulse, curated top news July 15

July 15, 2015–curated top Windows 10 and other news : Fan-focussed celebration Windows 10 release Windows 10 testers access to the final version Analytics services and Cortana front-end R supercharging data science and business usage Teaching computers how to learn (machine learning) Microsoft’s super-thin foldable Bluetooth keyboard


Start planning with the Windows 10 editions

For executives and managers planning IT strategy for enterprises, there are key consideration areas in Windows 10 as evidenced by examining the preview (available through the Insiders program where there are about 4 million users). Full versions of Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 Pro are free upgrades for qualifying Windows 7,…


AMD VP Roy Taylor talks about Windows 10, virtual reality, security, and the future

Windows 10 is in the news continually with impressive features like Cortana as your personal digital assistant founded on deep, machine learning where computers mimic the brain’s neural networks, which is a testimony of the rapid progression in AI. We see this as an idea in the movie “Her”, but it is increasingly becoming a…


Microsoft Research leading the world: Microsoft Adam, Bing Prediction Engine, Skype Universal Voice Translator

Deep learning systems, a form of artificial intelligence, are paving the way for rapid positive change in enterprises and Microsoft has taken the leadership position. Microsoft Adam (also featured in this article) enables software to recognize objects using 30 times fewer machines, 50 times faster, twice the accuracy by training a neural (brain-like) network of…


BUILD 2014 Highlights

Some very exciting announcements at Build 2014: Cortana (yes!) and Many, Many Other Great Features coming in Windows Phone 8.1 – by Joe Belfiore Microsoft announces new cloud experience and tools to deliver the cloud without complexity – Scott Guthrie Windows 8.1 Update – important refinements to the Windows experience – by Brandan Leblanc Get…