Getty Images and Pinterest have announced a licensing arrangement that helps Pinterest address some of its copyright infringement issues.
It's no small secret that Pinterest users aren't all that keen on verifying whether the content they're posting is something that they can legally post to the service or not. Given that Getty Images owns the rights to around 80 million images and illustrations, it's likely that a number of Pinterest users have been filling their boards with copyrighted material – namely, Getty's rights-restricted images.
Microsoft is looking for someone to work on the next-gen Cortana. CNET spotted a job listing on Microsoft's Careers site that's looking for a software development engineer to help develop the next generation of Microsoft's Digital Assistant, Cortana. This person will be a part of the Cortana team, and will help "redefine the personalization experience on Windows" and "push the frontier."
YouTube's taking another big step towards improving the quality of their streams. The Google Video Quality Report is set to help fill that role.
Running the world's largest video-sharing site isn't easy, and if you've ever tried to watch a video, only to be greeted with that tantalizing "buffering" icon, then you've experienced that first hand. Now, YouTube's taking another big step towards improving the quality of their streams. The Google Video Quality Report is set to help fill that role.
Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in April, but a simple registry hack lets users continue to get security updates.
The hack, as reported by ZDNet, fools Microsoft into thinking the system is running Windows Embedded POSReady 2009, a variant of XP that's used by ATMs and cash registers. Those systems will keep getting security updates until 2019.
The AMD revealed to authors who follow the technology reportages that the company goes on a revision of the support model of graphics cards.
In this context, emphasis is now given to the newer graphics cards, the 5000 series onwards.
Pinterest, Getty Ink Image-Licensing Deal
Next-Gen Cortana Assistant Could Come to Windows
YouTube Surveying Streaming Quality
Windows XP registry hack keeps security updates rolling for the dead operating system
AMD partially abandoned the support of the older Radeon graphics cards
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