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24/12/20 Google Assistant adds voice input to Chrome for Android
Google is phasing out its old voice recognition technology in favor of the Google Assistant
23/12/20 Windows 10 critical bug crashes some PCs if you use chkdsk feature
A new critical flaw in Windows 10 version 2004 and version 20H2 is crashing some computers when users run chkdsk command
17/12/20 Facebook announces a new Instagram Lite app with less features and a ~2MB size
Popular social media apps have lite versions which have been designed for markets where internet service is not reliable and or very expensive
15/12/20 TikTok’s app is launching on TVs for the first time
TikTok is launching an app on Samsung smart TVs — the first time its short-form video content has ended up on televisions
15/12/20 Some Windows 10 users about to be force upgraded if they use older versions
Starting December 2020, Microsoft will begin force upgrading some people to Windows 10 version 1909 or version 2004 if they don’t update their PC manually
09/09/20 Google releases Android 11 with new features and privacy enhancements
Google is ready to release Android 11 to the general public. The announcement on Tuesday follows several months of beta testing and updates to the latest mobile operating system
14/01/20 Microsoft advises Windows 7 users to buy Windows 10 Pro PCs
Microsoft has announced that it will no longer do security updates on Windows 7 starting tomorrow (14).
26/09/19 Windows 10 is now used on more than 900 million devices
Microsoft today announced on its Microsoft by the Numbers website that Windows 10 is running on more than 900 million devices.
26/09/19 Google announces Android 10 (Go edition) w/ speed & security improvements, coming this fall
Last year, Android (Go edition) launched with Pie, and Google today is detailing the latest version
25/09/19 iPadOS and iOS 13.1 now available to download
Apple is releasing iPadOS to all compatible iPads today. After moving the release date up from September 30th
15/07/19 Microsoft Word for Android has been installed more than 1 billion times
Microsoft recently hit a particularly notable milestone: its Android edition of Microsoft Word has passed the 1 billion mark for installs
04/07/19 Microsoft Your Phone App Gets Android Notifications Mirroring Feature for Windows 10
Microsoft has rolled out Android notifications support for the Your Phone app. This will enable users to receive Android notifications on their Windows 10 PC
17/08/18 Scientists invent app which could boost your smartphone’s battery life
The researchers have developed an app which smartphone users can use to reduce the energy consumption of their devices without any significant impact on performance
16/08/18 Android 9 Pie ditches call recording ‘support’, but rooting your phone will fix the ‘problem’
While we keep finding out about neat little features added, expanded, or revised by Google in the latest version of the world’s most popular mobile OS, Android 9 Pie is also sadly doing away with a few things
07/08/18 Android P is officially Android 9.0 Pie, rolling out now
Six months after the initial announcement and after several months of beta testing, Android P is finished and has a new name
02/08/18 Microsoft starts testing ‘Your Phone’ Android app for Windows 10
Microsoft has begun publicly testing its Your Phone app for Windows 10 on Android. This was revealed by the company in blog post, that introduced the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17728
01/08/18 Microsoft Edge goes all in on password-less WebAuthn
Microsoft is doing its bit for the industry-wide push for the Web Authentication specification that could help kill passwords on the web
20/07/18 Google’s Fuchsia OS reportedly being worked on by 100+ engineers, could ship on phones within five years
It has been nearly two years since the first evidence of Google's 'Fuchsia' operating system surfaced
18/07/18 Microsoft To Discontinue Windows 10 Delta Updates
Microsoft plans to end distribution of its monthly Windows 10 "delta updates" starting Feb. 12, 2019, the company announced this week
17/07/18 Skype Finally Gets A Call Recording Feature
You’d think that call recording would be one of the basic features that Skype would offer but that’s not the case.
15/12/15 SAP software solutions to be taught at Baku Higher Oil School
The ceremony of signing of strategically significant agreement between SAP, one of the leaders on enterprise applications market, and Baku Higher Oil School, founded on the basis of SOCAR - a leading oil and gas company in Azerbaijan was held at BHOS.
30/11/12 Microsoft prices Surface with Windows Pro tablets
Microsoft has revealed it will charge $899 (£560) for the basic version of its Surface with Windows Pro tablet. The device will be released in January and features an Intel chip allowing it to run the full version of the Windows 8 operating system, the BBC reported.
21/11/12 Turkey Enterprise Application Software Market Double-Digit Growth Surpasses Expectations
In 2011, the Turkish enterprise application software (EAS) market grew 16.6% year on year in U.S. dollar terms to reach $138.91 million. Expressed in local currency, growth was 29%, due to the substantial depreciation of the lira. According to a recent study by market research
19/10/12 Microsoft profit slips as PCs fizzle; Windows 8 awaited
Microsoft Corp's quarterly profit fell a greater-than-expected 22 percent, as sales of computers running its Windows operating system dipped and some revenue was deferred ahead of upcoming releases of its core Windows and Office products. The sharp decline surprised investors,
21/09/12 HTC unveils two Windows Phone 8 handsets
HTC has unveiled two Windows Phone 8 handsets at an event in New York. The firm has said that it intends to promote the 8X, which features a 4.3" (10.9cm) display, as its flagship device alongside the Android-powered One X, the BBC reported.
04/09/12 Windows 7 overtakes XP as Mac OS X passes Vista
More than three years since its release, Windows 7 is finally the world's most popular desktop operating system, according to new figures. Windows 7 has overtaken Windows XP as the world's most popular desktop operating system, marking the end of the venerable OS' reign over the PC world.
10/08/12 Android and iOS Surge to New Smartphone OS Record in Second Quarter
Android and iOS powered 85% of all smartphones shipped in the second quarter of 2012 (2Q12), establishing a new combined high for the mobile operating systems from Google and Apple. Meanwhile, BlackBerry and Symbian, two pioneers and former leaders of the smartphone market,
31/07/12 Microsoft details the Touch Mouse's upcoming support for Windows 8 gestures
We already knew that Microsoft would be upgrading its Touch Mouse to support Windows 8 gestures, but the outfit never confirmed which finger movements, exactly, would be built in. Now, Redmond is explaining it all, even though the mouse won't actually get updated until Win8 goes on sale in late October.
23/07/12 Microsoft Office 2013: The Verdict
First, is was necessary to run a bolt-on setup program to make new Office 365 interface happily with Outlook 2010 on Computing's office network. A small, 3.12MB download, plus an additional .NET Framework 3.5 install, was also required on top. This took about 10 minutes,
19/07/12 Launch date for Windows 8 revealed
Steve Sinofsky, President of the Windows and Windows Live Division, has revealed 26 October as the launch day for Windows 8 at the company's annual sales meeting, the Computing reported. With Apple and Google making major in-roads in the operating system market via popular mobile
18/07/12 Android's Jelly Bean aims to be hard to hack
Google's latest Android mobile OS comes with features to divert hackers from installing malware that leads to information leakage, buffer overflows, and memory vulnerabilities. New features on Google's latest Android mobile OS -- Jelly Bean 4.1 -- beef up the system's security over
06/07/12 Android smartphones 'used for botnet', researchers say
Smartphones running Google's Android software have been hijacked by an illegal botnet, according to a Microsoft researcher, reported BBC. Botnets are large illegal networks of infected machines - usually desktop or laptop computers - typically used to send out masses of spam email.
25/06/12 DARPA fortifies soldiers' smartphones against malware
The U.S. government awards a $21 million grant to a company tasked with shielding soldiers' Android-based smartphones and tablets from data leaks. For most ordinary citizens, leaked information from a smartphone or
19/06/12 Anti-virus software sucks up too much security cash claims study
Governments should focus more funds on policing the internet and less on anti-virus software, according to new research. Computer scientists at the University of Cambridge carried out the cybercrime study after being approached by the UK's Ministry of Defence.
04/06/12 Acer unveils bevy of Window 8 devices at Computex
Hardware maker takes the wraps off a pair of ultrabooks, two all-in-one desktops, and twin tablets running Microsoft's next OS. With four months to go before the final version of Windows 8 is expected to land, the parade of devices putting its faith behind Microsoft's next operating system.
08/05/12 Microsoft announces cloud version of software for Azerbaijan
Microsoft Corp. will soon announce the launch of cloud Microsoft software - Office 365 for Azerbaijan, head of the Microsoft Azerbaijan Rufat Hajialibayov told reporters. Microsoft Azerbaijan will start promoting the product, which, according to Hajialibayov, is available from a financial point of view.
18/04/12 Language interface for Windows 8 to be localized into Azerbaijani
Complete localization of the language interface of the Windows 8 operating system (OS) into the Azerbaijani language will be implemented much faster than the localization of Windows XP and Windows 7, the Microsoft general manager for Central and Eastern Europe, Veronika Prikrylova,
14/04/12 ‘Hackathon Azerbaijan’ mobile program competition announced in connection with ‘Eurovision’
A mobile program competition titled ‘Game Within Game’ has been announced by organizers of the ‘Hackathon Azerbaijan’ program. This information was provided to ‘ICTnews’ by an employee of the ‘Hackathon Azerbaijan’ project. According to the conditions of the contest, the
02/04/12 First antivirus software in Azerbaijani language launched
New and first antivirus software operating in Azerbaijani language B.A.K.U has been launched. The software is different with many features, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies reported. Thus, combining the national attributes of Azerbaijan, the software
19/03/12 Android app developers criticise Google for late payment
Android app developers have complained about a hold-up in payments from Google, reports Reuters. Europe-based software writers have posted hundreds of comments on the company's forums, saying their February fees had not been received on 7 March as scheduled.
07/03/12 Azerbaijan Mortgage Fund issues tender for e-document software installation
The Azerbaijan Mortgage Fund (AMF) under the Central Bank has announced a survey of proposals to attract services to install software for e-document circulation, official press quotes the Government Procurement Commission reported. The tender participation fee is 100 manat.Applicants must have at least
05/03/12 Microsoft releases Windows 8 consumer preview
Microsoft has released the consumer preview version of its Windows 8 operating system, which is expected to on general sale in Q4 this year. The announcement was made by Microsoft Windows president Steven Sinofsky today at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona.
26/01/12 Azerbaijani state authorities move to licensed software
Government agencies of Azerbaijan completely move to licensed versions of Microsoft products, the Ultra company said on Monday. The project was implemented by Ultra with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies of Azerbaijan, and Microsoft,
19/01/12 U.S. charges Chinese man with NY Fed software theft
U.S. prosecutors arrested a Chinese computer programmer on charges he stole software code valued at nearly $10 million from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Bo Zhang, 32, of Queens, New York, worked as a contract programmer at the bank.
10/01/12 CES to display new mobile chips, software
As the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off next week, much of the attention will go toward the chips and software expected to power the next generation of mobile devices, including phones, tablets and laptops. Meanwhile, the TV makers that often dominate the show may be challenged this year to draw interest from
28/12/11 Worldwide System Management Software Market Forecast to Reach $15.4 Billion in 2011, Up 9.2% from 2010, According to IDC
International Data Corporation (IDC) released the latest results from its Worldwide Semiannual System Management Software Tracker. The Tracker monitors more than 110 vendors globally in a total of 49 countries, providing biannual market size, vendor share,
28/12/11 Worldwide Database and Data Integration Software Market Expected to Grow 11.6% in 2011, According to IDC
International Data Corporation (IDC) released the latest results from its Worldwide Semiannual Database and Data Integration Software Tracker. The Tracker monitors more than 100 key vendors across a total of 49 countries, provides biannual market size, vendor share, and
22/12/11 Worldwide Database and Data Integration Software Market Expected to Grow 11.6% in 2011, According to IDC
International Data Corporation (IDC) today released the latest results from its Worldwide Semiannual Database and Data Integration Software Tracker. The Tracker monitors more than 100 key vendors across a total of 49 countries, provides biannual market size, vendor share,
20/12/11 Adobe Q4 profit falls 35%
Adobe Systems Inc. fiscal fourth-quarter earnings fell 35% on restructuring charges, but the software company's adjusted profit returned to growth on higher sales. The maker of Photoshop and Illustrator design software took a $94 million restructuring charge in the quarter as it converts itself into a provider of cloud-based software and analytic services
20/12/11 Visa investigates security breach
Credit card firm Visa is investigating reports of a security breach at a European payment processor, with cardholders in eastern Europe potentially affected. In a statement, a spokesperson for Visa Europe said that the company is working to protect its customers. Visa Europe has been informed of a potential data security
14/12/11 Microsoft shuffles execs to better manage Windows 8, smartphone ops
Microsoft Corp. elevated two executives to key positions related to mobile operating systems, a move that comes as the software giant races to gain relevancy in the smartphone and tablet spaces. Andrew Lees has taken a new role working closely with the Windows Phone and Windows divisions. The Windows division is at work on Windows 8,
07/12/11 Increase in Azerbaijani software market hits 25 percent in 2011
The sales volumes on the Azerbaijani software market reached $15 million in 2011, the analytical report of "Softprom" company said on Tuesday. According to the company, the share of the Azerbaijani software market in total market volume among the CIS countries hits 0,4 percent.
16/11/11 Microsoft targets $520bn intelligent device market with next version of Windows Embedded
Microsoft said it will ship Windows 8 versions of its embedded operating systems between three and nine months after the desktop version of Windows 8 is released. The Windows 8 desktop will ship late 2012, said Microsoft at its BUILD Windows 8 Developer Conference in Anaheim earlier this September,
12/10/11 French Postal Service Implements Cameleon Software
Cameleon Software (Paris: CAM), the global leader in "next generation" product configuration, quotes, proposals (CPQ), and eCommerce software, is pleased to announce that La Poste, the main French postal operator,
23/09/11 Progress Revolution 2011: IT must focus on adaptability
Businesses need to focus less on ensuring high availability of their IT systems, and more on making them adaptable,
05/09/11 Dutch study possible Iran hacking of government web sites
The Dutch government said on Sunday it was investigating whether Iran may have been involved in hacking Dutch state websites after digital certificates were stolen. Dutch Interior Ministry spokesman Vincent van Steen declined to say whether Iranian authorities
05/09/11 Suspected LulzSec and Anonymous members arrested in UK
Four men have been arrested in separate parts of the UK by police investigating the hacker groups Anonymous and LulzSec. The suspects - from Doncaster, Warminster, Northampton and London - are being questioned by Scotland Yard's e-Crime unit.