• SEO

    new initiative by Microsoft and Yandex to push content to search engines

    Microsoft and Yandex announced a new initiative today named IndexNow, a protocol that any search engine can participate in to enable site owners to have their pages and content instantly indexed by the search engine. Currently, Microsoft Bing and Yandex are the two search engines fully participating in the initiative but others are welcome to adopt this open protocol. IndexNow allows “websites to easily notify search engines whenever their website content is created, updated, or deleted,” Microsoft wrote on its blog. The goal is to make for a “more efficient Internet,” the company said, by reducing the dependency on search  

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  • Gadjet And Laptop

    Twisty Laptops, Bendy Phones: Microsoft Bets Big on Design

    BS: No. MC: Probably 95, about a hundred percent of people would say no, right? BS: Probably not. LG: Yeah, yeah. We’re so used to tasks switching and app switching at this point- MC: Yeah. LG: On our current, somewhat limited, mobile devices. Limited in terms of real estates, that it’s not that hard to do. MC: So, I would argue that the problem that Microsoft is looking to solve, is something that our brains have already solved for us. LG: Hmm. That’s interesting. MC: And we shouldn’t have to pay  

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  • Technology News

    Kennesaw State alumna tapped by Microsoft to help promote teaching with technology

    Stephanee Stephens KENNESAW, Ga. (Aug 30, 2021) — Kennesaw State University double alumna Stephanee Stephens has dedicated her career to enhancing education through technology, and she now is accomplishing that as part of one of the world’s top technology companies. As a modern workplace senior specialist with Microsoft, Stephens provides educational support to P-12 and higher education professionals throughout the southeastern United States. Stephens, who previously led the iTeach unit in KSU’s Bagwell College of Education, shows educators how to utilize Microsoft’s resources and technological tools to advance teaching and learning through innovative methods. “I always will consider myself  

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  • Computer

    EXCLUSIVE Microsoft warns thousands of cloud customers of exposed databases

    SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 26 (Reuters) – Microsoft (MSFT.O) on Thursday warned thousands of its cloud computing customers, including some of the world’s largest companies, that intruders could have the ability to read, change or even delete their main databases, according to a copy of the email and a cyber security researcher. The vulnerability is in Microsoft Azure’s flagship Cosmos DB database. A research team at security company Wiz discovered it was able to access keys that control access to databases held by thousands of companies. Wiz Chief Technology Officer Ami Luttwak is a former chief technology officer at Microsoft’s Cloud  

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  • Internet Marketing

    Above or below? Livexlive Media Inc (NASDAQ: LIVX) and Microsoft Edge team

    Livexlive Media Inc (NASDAQ: LIVX) is hosting a relief rally pre-market session on Thursday. Stock prices fell 8.50% on Thursday. Major triggers: LiveXLive’s Podcast One teams up with Microsoft Edge for the “Innovation On The Edge” podcast Main highlights: Jordan Harbinger (Jordan Harbinger Show) and TV host and lifestyle expert Chelsea Briggs create Innovation on the Edge on a Microsoft Edge podcast that trades hosting through a limited series to be released on June 7. And announced today that it will be distributed. , 2021, where you can hear PodcastOne, Apple, Spotify, and podcasts. Innovation on the Edge with Microsoft  

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  • Gadjet And Laptop

    Microsoft and Apple Wage War on Gadget Right-to-Repair Laws

    Justin Millman has always fixed things. He tinkered with gadgets growing up before opening a repair shop in Westbury, New York, a few blocks south of the Long Island Expressway. Students from a nearby school started trickling in with their busted devices and business was brisk enough that Millman worked only on those. Each month he now fixes some 2,000 iPads and Chromebooks, computers that, since the pandemic, have become education essentials. Sometimes, though, Millman can’t fix them. It’s not that he’s technically incapable. It’s that the parts and schematics aren’t available, usually because device manufacturers, including the world’s richest  

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