The networking giant and video conferencing equipment provider loses its case against Microsoft after European judges determine that snapping up Skype doesn't stifle competition.
Microsoft scored a legal victory in Europe after judges in Luxembourg's General Court ruled against Cisco's challenge to the software giant's 2011 acquisition of Skype.
No matter how many times it happens, some people never learn. Let's say it again, all together: Hacks that sound too good to be true are, in all likeliness, too good to be true.
Bloomberg is reporting that a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) request has resulted in Yahoo disclosing on December 9 that 31 percent of its latest quarterly revenues are attributable to the search deal it forged with Microsoft.
As the December 10 Bloomberg report noted, that's substantially more than the 10 percent of sales Yahoo had publicly claimed that it was earning from the Microsoft pact.
In the wake of the huge password breach where sites such as Facebook and Yahoo! were compromised, Microsoft developers have released a tool to curb the issue of account hacking.
Experimental project Telepathwords detects how risky passcodes are by predicting your password setting habits. The engine utilises a collection of passwords in its database along with an AI to make accurate predictions.
Common passwords which were made public as a result of security breaches alongside common password-selection behaviours such as “123456” are also easily predicted by the program.
Microsoft made the Xbox One with the understanding that there would be no way to offer true backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games. However, it appears that some people are trying to trick other Xbox One owners to activate the previously discovered game development kit code in an attempt to play Xbox 360 games.