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Claim: Leaked Google Document Labels Prager U, Jordan Peterson ‘Nazis’

Google documents leaked to Project Veritas show the company referring to popular conservative personalities such as Jordan Peterson and Dennis Prager as “Nazis.” A recent report from investigative journalism group Project Veritas claims that leaked internal Google documents shows a Google employee and a member of a Google “transparency-and-ethics” group calling conservative and libertarian commentators such as Dennis Prager, Ben…

Mysterious dual-screen Microsoft Surface Centaurus will run Android apps

Back when MS-DOS+Windows 3.11 ruled the world, MS and IBM came out with OS/2.  Eventually, they split and MS pushed Win95 and IBM continued with OS/2.  IBM advertised that OS/2 would run Win apps better than Windows.  And for the most part, it did.  However, that market strategy didn’t work.  Now, MS is doing the same thing with Android… IHS…

Microsoft is preparing to test Android app-mirroring on Windows 10 | ZDNet

At the October 2018 Surface launch event in New York City, Microsoft officials showed a glimpse of a coming feature of Windows 10: Android app-mirroring. That feature would allow Windows 10 users to see and interact with applications already installed on their Android phones directly on their Windows 10 PCs. It now seems Microsoft is set to begin to test…

Suicide Tips Found Hidden In Videos On YouTube Kids App | News Talk 550 KFYI

A Florida mother and pediatrician was horrified when she discovered suicide tips spliced into a YouTube video aimed at children. The video was featured on the YouTube Kids app, which is made for children who are eight years old and younger. The video started off by showing clips from the popular Nintendo game Splatoon, but in the middle of the video, another…

Microsoft’s Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection service now available for Windows 7, 8.1 clients | ZDNet

Microsoft’s Windows Defender ATP service, which provides pre- and post-breach detection and investigation, is finally generally available for Windows 7 and 8.1. More: Microsoft’s Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection service now available for Windows 7, 8.1 clients | ZDNet

Microsoft CEO defends $480 million HoloLens military contract – CNET

Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella is defending himself after a group of employees published an open letter calling on the company to ditch a multimillion dollar contract HoloLens contract with the US Army. Nadella told CNN Business in an interview Monday that the contract was not merely about supplying the military with HoloLens headsets, which overlay computer images on the real…