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What’s new in Microsoft .NET 5

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Microsoft’s seventh preview of .NET 5 has arrived, with improvements in areas such as JSON and the Ryujit compiler. .NET 5 is a merger of .NET Framework and .NET Core that is intended to unify the .NET platform. The new

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Windows Update is a bifurcated mess

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This week’s “Preview” patches led to some bizarre, unexplained, and self-contradictory behavior. Here’s what we’ve been able to piece together, based on what actually happened – not on what Microsoft says is

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This Week in Apps: Apple argues for commissions, ‘Find My’ NDA, Alexa to open apps

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Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the TechCrunch series* that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 204 billion

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AT&T’s ridiculous mistake doesn’t feel like a mistake at all

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Soon, it’ll make you happy. Cognitive tests are popular in America right now. So let’s try this one. You get an email from AT&T. It reads, in part: “Your device is not compatible with the new network

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Multicloud is not really about clouds anymore

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Most think of multicloud just how it sounds: an architecture that leverages plural public and/or private clouds at the same time, in support of best-of-breed cloud services. In other words, we use multicloud as a path to

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How AI helps scientists fight COVID-19

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Are insurtech startups undervalued?

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More fun and games with Lemonade’s public valuation On the heels of Hippo’s funding round and our exploration of how the private markets appear to be more conservative than public investors at the moment, we’re

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Businesses start to rethink their tech priorities for a COVID-19 world

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When walking along empty city streets during lock-down, a common sight was the “Closed for refurbishment” sign sitting in the front of restaurants and shops. From re-painting the walls to replacing decades-old

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Next.js builder Vercel spruces up edge network

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Vercel has enhanced its edge platform for content delivery with better performance, improved ease of use, and automatic global failover. The improvements are designed to optimize the experience for both front-end developers

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Flashback Friday: How about a shark?

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This pilot fish makes sure that PostScript printers in remote offices are working correctly by sending a test image to them periodically. Just to be sure everyone at the remote offices can tell this is not a usual print

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Taking on the perfect storm in cybersecurity

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The cybersecurity industry is at a turning point. Traditional security approaches were already struggling to deal with rising cyberattacks, a shift to cloud and explosive growth in Internet of Things (41.6 billion IoT devices

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AT&T’s Q2 wireless adds hit by COVID-19

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AT&T’s adjusted earnings for the second quarter were ahead of estimates, but the company had a bevy of moving parts due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The telecom and media giant reported second quarter earnings of

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How to describe Java code with annotations

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You’ve probably encountered situations where you need to associate metadata (data that describes other data) with classes, methods, and/or other application elements. For example, your programming team might need to identify

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The creator of Inbox is ready to save Google from itself

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If you’ve followed my ramblings for long, you know how I feel about Inbox — Google’s short-lived experiment with reinventing the way we experience email. Inbox, built atop Gmail’s foundation, was a wildly

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Dear Sophie: How should I prepare for a green card interview?

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Sophie Alcorn Contributor Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She