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Microsoft aligns its different Office code bases as of the latest Mac Office release

Anyone remember this post from 2014? How Microsoft is taking on the cross-platform challenge with Office. Credit: Microsoft It looks like Microsoft finally made it. The latest new release of Office 2016 for the Mac (Mac Office 2016 version 16), which Microsoft released on January 18, is the one which finally helps Microsoft achieve its long-term goal of unifying he ...

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Salman Khan is supportive of whatever I do: Maniesh Paul

New Delhi: Actor Maniesh Paul, who has made his singing debut with the song “Harjai” along with Romanian TV presenter Iulia Vantur, says superstar Salman Khan has been very supportive of whatever he does. “Salman sir has been really supportive every time in whatever I have done. Yes, I had a song (in mind) and generally spoke to him and ...

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One Get Out Scene That Daniel Kaluuya Really Related To

While Daniel Kaluuya couldn’t really call back on past experiences when pretending to be stuck in the Sunken Place during Get Out, as he told EW as part of the publication’s SAG Awards Spotlight, it wasn’t hard getting into character for a scene where Chris was meeting a lot of new white people for the first time and dealing with ...

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ECB ridiculed for starting Head of Integrity search late

The England and Wales Cricket Board, criticised for their inept handling of the Ben Stokes saga, are reaching out to the rest of British sport for advice on how to attract a head of integrity. But it is embarrassing in the extreme for the ECB to send out a speculative email to nearly 70 different addresses across sport on the ...

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​Notifiable Data Breaches scheme: Getting ready to disclose a data breach in Australia

WHAT IS THE NOTIFIABLE DATA BREACHES SCHEME? Australia’s Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme comes into effect on February 22, 2018, and as the legislative direction is aimed at protecting the individual, there’s a lot of responsibility on each organisation to secure the data it holds. The NDB scheme falls under Part IIIC of the Australian Privacy Act 1988 and establishes ...

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Aamir Khan wants to do films with talent from China

Mumbai: Superstar Aamir Khan says it will be wonderful if Chinese and Indian talents make a film together. As one of the most recognised Indian actors in China, Aamir has visited China twice since 2015. He said he felt Chinese and Indian people have many things in common when it refers to characters and social culture. India and China enjoy ...

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SL in trouble, Mathews under injury cloud | Cricket

Angelo Mathews plays through the off side © Associated Press Big picture The securing of Chandika Hathurusingha to coach Sri Lanka was seen as a boon for an under fire cricket board, and his no-nonsense approach to training, attention to detail, and penchant for data analysis has gained him a litany of admirers. There ...

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​Google moves to Debian for in-house Linux desktop

Video: Supercomputing has an undisputed champion — Linux Google has officially confirmed the company is shifting its in-house Linux desktop from the Ubuntu-based Goobuntu to a new Linux distro, the DebianTesting-based gLinux. Margarita Manterola, a Google Engineer, quietly announced Google would move from Ubuntu to Debian-testing for its desktop Linux at DebConf17 in a lightning talk. Manterola explained that Google ...

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I chase my characters, not my actors: Abhishek Kapoor

Mumbai: Abhishek Kapoor successfully launched Farhan Akhtar and Sushant Singh Rajput as film actors. The director, whose next movie “Kedarnath” will mark Sara Ali Khan’s debut, says he chases his characters instead of actors. “Newcomers have an infectious energy and unpredictability and give the audience a surprise. Having said that, it’s not that I mind working with established actors provided ...

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