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Drawbridge and Kenshoo Partner to Solve Cross-Device Attribution
Drawbridge , the leading cross-device technology company, and Kenshoo , a global leader in agile marketing software, announced a new partnership enabling marketers to more effectively tie desktop clicks and conversions to mobile activity without relying on consumer login data. The solution (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Drawbridge and Kenshoo Partner to Solve Cross-Device Attribution
Drawbridge , the leading cross-device technology company, and Kenshoo , a global leader in agile marketing software, announced a new partnership enabling marketers to more effectively tie desktop clicks and conversions to mobile activity without relying on consumer login data. The solution (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Drawbridge and Kenshoo Partner to Solve Cross-Device Attribution
Drawbridge , the leading cross-device technology company, and Kenshoo , a global leader in agile marketing software, announced a new partnership enabling marketers to more effectively tie desktop clicks and conversions to mobile activity without relying on consumer login data. The solution (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Microsoft turns Windows 10 Phones Into Desktops
Microsoft just demonstrated one of the intriguing possibilities from its single platform/multiple form factors approach for Windows 10: the ability to use your phone as your desktop computer. In contrast to Apple’s “Continuity,” which aims to make moving between phone, tablet and desktop seamless, (...)
[OSNews]

KDE Plasma 5.3 Released
The KDE community has released Plasma 5.3, a major new release of the popular open source desktop environment. This latest release brings enhanced power management, better support for Bluetooth, and improved Plasma widgets. A technical preview of the Plasma Media Center shell is also available. (...)
[OSNews]

Ubuntu Desktop to eventually switch to Snappy by default
Ubuntu Desktop will eventually switch to Snappy packages by default, while continuing to provide deb-based images as an alternative, at least for a while. I'm sure this doesn't come as a surprise for some of you, but further details regarding this have been revealed today. They're slowly moving (...)
[OSNews]

The new releases of Ubuntu, Kubuntu, etc. are now available
The new Ubuntu, Kubuntu, etc. are now available and include the change to systemd as the init system, new versions of LibreOffice, Firefox, Chromium, etc. The big change in Kubuntu is KDE Plasma 5 as the default desktop, and also KDE Applications (...)
[OSNews]

iOS 8.3 and desktop file managers
I missed this when reports first came out last week: with iOS 8.3, file managers such as iMazing and iExplorer can no longer access the document libraries of iOS apps over a USB connection. Stop hitting yourself and start using a platform that actually fits your (...)
[OSNews]

Microsoft’s Bing claims over 20% of US desktop searches
Google faces a real challenge from Microsoft’s Bing in the US, but its dominance of global, European and UK search is almost uncontested Microsoft’s Bing search engine has captured more than 20% of the US desktop search market for the first time since it launched, leaving Google with 64.4%. Bing (...)
[The Guardian]

How can I add a touchscreen to my desktop PC?
Dave is planning to get a new family computer but would like a touch-sensitive screen for Windows 8 Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Is mobile malware a lot of fuss over nothing?
New report from Verizon suggests smartphone malware is mostly ‘adnoyance’ – real dangers are still in desktop Mobile malware may be widespread, but it’s unlikely to be the source of disastrous data breaches such as the Sony hack any time soon, according to international telecoms firm Verizon. “We (...)
[The Guardian]

Acer Announces Industry's First Chromebase All-In-One Desktop with Touch Display
Acer announced today the latest addition to its industry-leading Chrome OS device family, the Acer Chromebase series, complementing its existing Chromebooks and Chromebox. The touch-enabled configuration of the Acer Chromebase is the industry's first all-in-one Chrome OS desktop with touch (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Microsoft unveils Surface 3, with terrible EU pricing
The result is Surface 3, as well as a mobile-broadband version, Surface 3 (4G LTE). It's the thinnest and lightest Surface we've ever shipped. It runs full Windows, including desktop applications. It includes a one-year subscription to Office 365 to help you really get down to work. And it (...)
[OSNews]

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