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"Windows users should want Windows 10 S to succeed"
The arguments are well-worn, and we've been hearing them ever since Apple opened the App Store for the iPhone. Windows 10 S blocks the execution of any program that wasn't downloaded from the Windows Store. Arbitrary downloaded apps, or even apps with physical install media, are forbidden, a (...)
[OSNews]

Neumob Study Finds Most Americans Keep Between 6-15 Downloaded Apps on Their Smartphones
Neumob, the leader in accelerating mobile app speed and performance, today shared the results of a comprehensive survey of over 1,000 US smartphone users conducted to determine how many downloaded apps iPhone and Android users typically keep on their smartphones. Averaged across all age groups (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Neumob Study Finds Most Americans Keep Between 6-15 Downloaded Apps on Their Smartphones
Neumob, the leader in accelerating mobile app speed and performance, today shared the results of a comprehensive survey of over 1,000 US smartphone users conducted to determine how many downloaded apps iPhone and Android users typically keep on their smartphones. Averaged across all age groups (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Neumob Study Finds Most Americans Keep Between 6-15 Downloaded Apps on Their Smartphones
Neumob, the leader in accelerating mobile app speed and performance, today shared the results of a comprehensive survey of over 1,000 US smartphone users conducted to determine how many downloaded apps iPhone and Android users typically keep on their smartphones. Averaged across all age groups (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Windows 10 S default browser, search engine cannot be changed
From Microsoft's FAQ about Windows 10 S: Yes, Microsoft Edge is the default web browser on Microsoft 10 S. You are able to download another browser that might be available from the Windows Store, but Microsoft Edge will remain the default if, for example, you open an .htm file. Additionally, (...)
[OSNews]

4G mobile: UK urban areas with best and worst coverage revealed
London ranks 16th out of 20 big cities and towns, with coverage and download speeds varying wildly, says Which? Middlesbrough has the best 4G mobile phone coverage in Britain while Bournemouth has the worst, according to a study of Britain’s biggest urban areas. The report, published by consumer (...)
[The Guardian]

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC announced – new trials and a hard mode
The wildly successful role-playing adventure has new content coming, with fresh challenges, new modes and a useful seed-hunting mask Nintendo has revealed the contents of the first piece of downloadable content for the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and the reason to get excited can be (...)
[The Guardian]

Xbox chief: we need to create a Netflix of video games
In a frank discussion about the modern games industry, Phil Spencer discusses the potential of episodic games and the pros and cons of downloadable contentProject Scorpio: Xbox chief on Microsoft’s plans for console domination Something big has happened to the video game industry over the last (...)
[The Guardian]

Germany's public wi-fi dilemma
Public wi-fi owners in Germany could be held liable for illegal downloads, but campaigners are trying to change the law.
[BBC News]

Germany's public wi-fi dilemma
Public wi-fi owners in Germany could be held liable for illegal downloads, but campaigners are trying to change the law.
[BBC]

Bookmakers' software under scrutiny
Two punters complained about software being downloaded on to their computers without their permission.
[BBC]

Bookmakers' software under scrutiny
Two punters complained about software being downloaded on to their computers without their permission.
[BBC News]

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