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Gates Foundation taps Hertz Foundation’s fellows — the best STEM graduates

Video: Disease control buzz: Google’s 20 million mosquito release The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation‘s relentless 61-year-old annual search for the best young science, maths, and engineering graduates is developing into a closer relationship with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which is funding the addition of six Hertz Fellows to help fight the spread of malaria and food-crop diseases…. Read more →

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 19H1 test build mostly catches up with ‘Redstone 5′

On August 10, Microsoft released two new Windows 10 test builds: A “Redstone 5″ test build to the Fast Ring and a “19H1″ build to the Skip Ahead Ring. Credit: Microsoft (Just a reminder: 19H1 is the replacement codename for the build that many had assumed would be called “Redstone 6.” It’s the feature update to Windows 10 that will… Read more →

What’s next for Microsoft’s BizTalk integration server, services

As it is doing with Exchange, SharePoint and Skype for Business, Microsoft is readying another new on-premises version of its BizTalk integration server. Credit: Microsoft BizTalk is Microsoft’s application-integration server with an installed base of thousands of enterprise users. The server includes more than dozens of adapters for connecting systems inside and outside a customer’s organization. The coming BizTalk Server… Read more →

Flying drones near wildfires could kill people: Don’t do it

Video: Using a 4K Mavic Pro drone to diagnose roof damage Smoke from devastating wildfires is covering three quarters of the State of California. Property and lives are at stake like never before. Emergency response personnel and resources are stretched to their absolute limits. And drone pilots are getting in the way. Also: Drones help with hurricane recovery efforts Yesterday,… Read more →

Gates Foundation taps Hertz Foundation’s fellows — the best STEM graduates

Video: Disease control buzz: Google’s 20 million mosquito release The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation‘s relentless 61-year-old annual search for the best young science, maths, and engineering graduates is developing into a closer relationship with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which is funding the addition of six Hertz Fellows to help fight the spread of malaria and food-crop diseases…. Read more →

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 19H1 test build mostly catches up with ‘Redstone 5′

On August 10, Microsoft released two new Windows 10 test builds: A “Redstone 5″ test build to the Fast Ring and a “19H1″ build to the Skip Ahead Ring. Credit: Microsoft (Just a reminder: 19H1 is the replacement codename for the build that many had assumed would be called “Redstone 6.” It’s the feature update to Windows 10 that will… Read more →

What’s next for Microsoft’s BizTalk integration server, services

As it is doing with Exchange, SharePoint and Skype for Business, Microsoft is readying another new on-premises version of its BizTalk integration server. Credit: Microsoft BizTalk is Microsoft’s application-integration server with an installed base of thousands of enterprise users. The server includes more than dozens of adapters for connecting systems inside and outside a customer’s organization. The coming BizTalk Server… Read more →

Flying drones near wildfires could kill people: Don’t do it

Video: Using a 4K Mavic Pro drone to diagnose roof damage Smoke from devastating wildfires is covering three quarters of the State of California. Property and lives are at stake like never before. Emergency response personnel and resources are stretched to their absolute limits. And drone pilots are getting in the way. Also: Drones help with hurricane recovery efforts Yesterday,… Read more →

Gates Foundation taps Hertz Foundation’s fellows — the best STEM graduates

Video: Disease control buzz: Google’s 20 million mosquito release The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation‘s relentless 61-year-old annual search for the best young science, maths, and engineering graduates is developing into a closer relationship with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which is funding the addition of six Hertz Fellows to help fight the spread of malaria and food-crop diseases…. Read more →

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 19H1 test build mostly catches up with ‘Redstone 5′

On August 10, Microsoft released two new Windows 10 test builds: A “Redstone 5″ test build to the Fast Ring and a “19H1″ build to the Skip Ahead Ring. Credit: Microsoft (Just a reminder: 19H1 is the replacement codename for the build that many had assumed would be called “Redstone 6.” It’s the feature update to Windows 10 that will… Read more →

What’s next for Microsoft’s BizTalk integration server, services

As it is doing with Exchange, SharePoint and Skype for Business, Microsoft is readying another new on-premises version of its BizTalk integration server. Credit: Microsoft BizTalk is Microsoft’s application-integration server with an installed base of thousands of enterprise users. The server includes more than dozens of adapters for connecting systems inside and outside a customer’s organization. The coming BizTalk Server… Read more →