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Microsoft Build 2017 is all about Windows 10, Cortana and apps

Microsoft employee Dave Rogers pulls off a HoloLens device after trying it out in a Windows mixed reality immersive experience at the Microsoft Build 2017 developers conference , Wednesday, May 10, 2017, in Seattle. A date for the arrival of iTunes to the Windows Store has not yet been announced. - Windows (@Windows) May 11, 2017 5. "The Fluent Design System will deliver intuitive, harmonious, responsive and inclusive cross-device experiences and interactions", Microsoft said ... Read More »

Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi to visit Kashmir, to meet Governor, chief minister


Vohra and Mehrishi also discussed matters relating to the security situation along the global border and LoC, increasing attempts at infiltration and growing incidence of terrorism in the valley, the spokesman said. Weapon-snatching incidents and bank robberies were also discussed, officials said. In a related development, Pakistan today summoned India's deputy high commissioner here to "condemn" the alleged ceasefire violation by India along the Line of Control in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir ... Read More »

Brokers Change Their Target Price On Uni-Pixel, Inc. (UNXL)

The stock's market capitalization is 33.43M, it has a 52-week low of 0.41 and a 52-week high of 2.23. The firm has a 50-day moving average price of $0.71 and a 200 day moving average price of $1.04. WARNING: This news story was originally published by Markets Daily and is owned by of Markets Daily. The original version of this news story can be read at https://www.themarketsdaily.com/2017/05/12/uni-pixel-inc-unxl-downgraded-by-roth-capital-to-neutral.html. Read More »

White House commission to study voter fraud, suppression


Officials said Trump would sign an executive order Thursday creating the commission, which they said would have a broad mandate to review policies and practices that affect Americans' confidence in the integrity of federal elections. illegally. The Republican won the White House through victory in the Electoral College, which tallies wins in states, but lost the popular vote to Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by some 3 million ballots. Read More »

PM promises 'robust response' to North Korea

North Korea's state media have been running stories about the plot since last week. "It's clear that we have assessed this as a very significant, potentially existential threat to the United States that has to be addressed", said Coats at a U.S. Read More »

United Kingdom healthcare systems hit by massive ransomware attack

NHS services across England and Scotland have been hit by the ransomware attack, crippling multiple hospitals and doctor's practices. The IT systems of NHS sites across the country appear to have been simultaneously hit, with a pop-up message demanding a ransom in exchange for access to the PCs. Read More »

What is the WannaCry ransomware cyber threat?

NHS Incident Director Anne Rainsberry urged the British public to "use the NHS wisely while we deal with this major incident which is still ongoing". A statement from the Trust said it had affected "some services" and asked for people to consider whether they needed to go to the emergency departments, suggesting calling 111 for healthcare advice. Read More »

Russia Interior ministry hacked in worldwide crisis — NHS cyber attack

Pictures posted on social media showed screens of NHS computers with images demanding payment of $300 (275 euros) in Bitcoin, saying: "Ooops, your files have been encrypted!" The ransomware is believed to be linked to an exploit, computer code that takes advantage of a computer vulnerability, known to have been used by the Equation Group, which many in the security world believe is connected to the National Security Agency (NSA). Read More »

Myanmar nationalists sent to jail over US embassy protest


A crowd of hardliners had stormed into the mainly Muslim Mingalar Taung Nyunt township on Tuesday night hunting for " illegal " Rohingya Muslims they said were hiding out in a local house. There are an estimated one million Muslims in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) who self-identify as Rohingya and who are largely stateless. The majority of them — more than 1 million — live in western Myanmar's Rakhine state and can not travel without special permission. Read More »

Trump to meet with Putin this summer

Meanwhile, the Kremlin said on Friday that the U.S. The White House is left fuming after Russia publishes photos of Donald Trump meeting Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (R). President Donald Trump defended the delay in firing former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn in exclusive interview on Thursday with NBC News' Lester Holt. Read More »

United Kingdom hospitals turn away patients after ransomware attack

In Spain, some big firms took pre-emptive steps to thwart ransomware attacks following a warning from Spain's National Cryptology Centre of "a massive ransomware attack". National Security Agency and later leaked to the internet. A cyber-attack which has hit NHS hospitals across the country is not affecting Peterborough City Hospital. Read More »

Ransomware: Wave of cyberattacks sweeps the globe

The malicious software has infected more than 75,000 computers in 99 countries worldwide on Friday, majority concentrated in Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan, according to Dutch cyber security company Avast Software BV. Earlier, Kaspersky researcher Costin Raiu cited 45,000 attacks in 74 countries , saying that the malware, a self-replicating "worm", was spreading quickly. Read More »

S.Korea's ruling party to push for parliamentary hearing on THAAD

The delivery of parts of the THAAD's battery and radar in late April were met with protests from residents and anti-war activists who say that proper assessments weren't made to determine the impact the system would have on them and the environment, and that the system's presence threatens their safety by ratcheting up tensions on the Korean peninsula and in the region. Read More »

Syria will abide by 'de-escalation' plan: foreign minister

Representatives of the countries-guarantors of the truce in Syria (Russia, Iran, Turkey) signed on May 4 a memorandum on the creation of four zones of de-escalation in Syria, which include the province of Idlib and seven other regions. The deal, the details of which are expected to be worked out over the next month, had been brokered between Turkey, Iran and Russian Federation, which proposed it. Read More »

In Interview, Trump Calls Comey 'Showboat,' Denies Colluding With Russia

Trump was asked bu Holt if he was "angry with Mr. Comey because of his Russian Federation investigation". Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe disagrees with the White House suggestion that it's a low priority of the FBI to investigate Russian interference in the election and potential Trump campaign collusion. Read More »

Windows 10 IoT platform to provide support to Intel's processors

Timeline : With Timeline in Windows 10, you can now jump back in time to find what you were working on. A bit like Apple's Handoff, the feature uses Cortana (so yes, you'll need the Cortana app installed) to enable the switching. This new app brings the power of the Microsoft Graph to Windows 10 users and provides users the capability to bring photos and video based memories together along with friend's photos and videos to create stories that include soundtracks, themes, and transitions. Read More »

Sheriff accused of exposing himself apologizes to public


The statement said Mann apologizes for the "unfavorable light" cast on the county by his arrest. The sheriff did not speak. Now Sheriff Mann is protesting the governor's decision, according to his lawyer, Noah Pines. Deal's executive order appoints Attorney General Chris Carr, Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown and Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese to the panel that will investigate Sheriff Jeffrey Mann. Read More »

HSE treating NHS cyber-attacks as 'major incident'

Perhaps the most significant target thus far has been Britain's National Health Service, that nation's main healthcare apparatus. Major IT issues are causing delays at our hospitals . The ransomware - dubbed Wanna Cry - demanded payments between $300 (around Rs 19,000) and $600 (around Rs 39,000) in bitcoin to unlock data on a single system, news agency Reuters reported. Read More »

ACLU slams Sessions' policy on tougher charges


Retired Massachusetts federal judge Nancy Gertner said she was disappointed with the new policy. The Justice Department memo is likely to draw scorn from those advocating an overhaul of the criminal justice system, who say those sentences are a drain on tax dollars that disproportionately damage minority communities. Read More »

South Korea's Moon to send envoys to Beijing to ease tensions

During the 40-minute call, Xi stressed the importance of working together to achieve the common goal of denuclearizing the Korean peninsula - an aim dependent on resolving the thorny THAAD missile defence system issue. And it comes as the North's ambassador to the United Kingdom told Sky News his country will go ahead with its sixth nuclear test at the time and place of its leader Kim Jong Un's choosing. Read More »

Trump Interview With Lester Holt: Russia Ties 'Made Up' Story by Democrats

Meanwhile, Sen. John McCain, R Ariz., predicted that "a lot of shoes" are going to drop in the continuing investigations by the FBI and congressional committees of the 2016 Trump campaign. He took the recommendation seriously. "He's a showboat. He's a grandstander", Trump told NBC News in his first interview since firing Comey. Read More »