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  1. Microsoft is another step away from it's money-printing all-consuming behavior (i think so). Here is what you get in 2015. Windows 10, free to update: Windows 10 will be a free update, for users running Windows 7 to Windows 8.1 on PCs or notebooks, and for Windows Phone 8.1 users on mobile. It's Spartaaaaaa...n: A new browser is coming, called Spartan with reading and PDF markup mode built-in. Windows 10 mobile ecosystem: Windows 10 mobile now syncs with desktop, tablet and many other devices. Free Office Suite for Wondows mobile: I hoped for something better ! .... and Office 2016 will be released in 2015. Microsoft HoloLens? Hmm, now this is new. This is an 'Augmented Reality' device extending Windows 10. Teckcrunch
  2. Just saw the news in TeckCrunch. Nadella started to take bold decisions which could surely change Microsoft in near future. Starting from the server side technologies only, maybe in future we will all see a complete bar-free ecosystem for everyone. Read full article http://techcrunch.com/2014/11/12/microsoft-takes-net-open-source-and-cross-platform/
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