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Microsoft has long maintained that it has a secret weapon in the cloud wars against the Amazon Web Services juggernaut. The weapon is Microsoft’s existing inroads into the business software market.
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Image credit: Youtube. Some might imagine that Chinese customers would rather pirate songs than pay for them. However, anti-piracy moves by the government seem to have paid off. Beyond that, China has become a fertile market for music and content streaming.
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After all, even if you’re an introvert who loves learning about new cultures and meeting new people, you may also lose energy in social situations, and need alone time to rally and recharge after outings. That can be harder to find when you’re on the road, out of your usual routine.
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It’s now been 6 years since I sold everything and left the United States to travel the world. These are the best travel tips I’ve discovered along the way.
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For my 23rd birthday, I was lucky to be able to take a trip to the pristine Khuvsgul Lake in Mongolia. Khuvsgul Lake is the second largest freshwater lake in the world, the next best thing to Lake Baikal in Siberia. Khuvsgul is 700km north of Ulaanbaatar.
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Ahead of its developer conference next week, Apple has announced that all-time earnings from App Store developers have topped $70 billion. The App Store launched with iPhone OS 2 in 2008 and has exploded ever since.
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Uber Technologies Inc. said its head of finance is leaving as the ride-hailing company reported continued big losses despite increasing revenue, adding to an exodus of top officials and setting the stage for a second major executive search.
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A few week’s ago, Trello announced a new card repeater power-up. The power-up allows you to set repeating tasks up so that they automatically appear in Trello when you need them. The Card Repeater function turns out to be pretty difficult to turn off.
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Is this a bad thing? Not necessarily: It depends on the function of the message. If you’re just communicating with colleagues or friends, there’s no need to find new phrasing–though we’ve been told to please keep it to five sentences, thank you.
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