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Microsoft slashes your cloud storage

The company has offered services for free as a way to hook people into using other services, such as Microsoft's ad-supported Bing search engine and the Office 365 subscription. Microsoft says the new allotment is enough for about 6,600 Office documents or 1,600 photos. "If you are an Office 365 consumer subscriber and have stored in excess of 1 TB, you will be notified of this change and will be able to keep your increased storage for at least 12 months", the Microsoft OneDrive blog ...

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Autonomous Electric vehicle At Tokyo Motor Show — Nissan IDS Concept

And although the driver is able to take control of the IDS manually, there's always the IDS "Nanny" lurking in the background to jump in and take over if disaster looms which will, Nissan expect, reduce to nearly zero driver error accidents.

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Cortana is Going to Beta for iOS for Limited Number of People

Microsoft is nearly ready to begin testing Cortana for the iPhone, with a limited public beta launching in the coming weeks.  Potential testers will need to be based in the U.S., and will be given a beta version to put through its paces.

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Microsoft puts one-year deadline on Windows 7 PCs

Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system will cease to receive mainstream support by October 2020, and extended support by October 14, 2025. Windows 8 users have until June 30th, 2016. Are you using Windows 10 yet? He noted that anyone who doesn't like the new OS will have 31 days to revert back to their older versions of Windows.

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No 'charity' over Red Bull F1 engine situation

But those talks stopped when it became clear Mercedes would not supply Red Bull and Ferrari said they could not supply them their 2016 engine next season. "But the team in Milton Keynes have demonstrated their ability to work to massively tight deadlines and I'm sure we'll be able to meet whatever targets we need to so long as we come to a decision in the next couple of weeks".

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Nokia Networks to Test pCell Tech

Nokia said that pCell has the potential to enhance the capacity of conventional TD-LTE networks in certain use cases, while remaining compatible with unmodified devices. If the tests are successful, and the technology proves to be solid and economically feasible, Nokia will integrate it into existing systems. On the photo: Visitors look at Windows-enabled smartphones, including the Nokia Lumia series, at the Microsoft stand the 2015 CeBIT technology trade fair on March 16, 2015 in Hanover, ...