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Microsoft to deliver Windows 10 updates using peer-to-peer technology

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Microsoft to deliver Windows 10 updates using peer-to-peer technology
The Verge  /  Tom Warren
Microsoft is planning to distribute future Windows 10 updates using a peer-to-peer (P2P) protocol. While Microsoft has traditionally uses Windows Update to deliver OS and some application updates from a single source, the latest leaked build of Windows 10 reveals that the company is moving towards P2P. A new option allows Windows 10 users to enable "updates from more than one place," with the ability to download apps and OS updates from multiple sources to obtain them more quickly.Crowdsourcing updatesApps and OS updates can be downloaded from Microsoft and PCs on a local network, or a combination of local PCs, internet PCs, and Microsoft's traditional Windows Update servers. It's no surprise that Microsoft is moving towards this distribution model. The software maker acquired Pando Networks in 2013, the maker of a peer-to-peer file sharing technology that's similar to Bi…

BlackBerry's new tablet is a Samsung Galaxy Tab S

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BlackBerry's new tablet is a Samsung Galaxy Tab S
The Verge  /  Dante D'Orazio
BlackBerry has just announced a brand new tablet that has far more in common with a Samsung tablet than the company's failed PlayBook. That's because the tablet, called the Secutablet, is simply a modified Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 (pictured above).As you might have guessed from the name, BlackBerry's new tablet isn't made for normal consumers. Consistent with CEO John Chen's plans to turn the company around, BlackBerry is squarely shooting for large enterprise and government orders with this tablet. The Secutablet is designed to be secure enough for classified government documents.Born from a partnership between BlackBerry, Samsung, and IBMThe project was led by Secusmart, a security company that BlackBerry purchased last year. The company's encryption technology, which secures phone calls between employees, is built into the new tablet. In addition to working with Samsung, Bl…

BlackBerry Rolling Out Software Release 10.3.1.1767

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BlackBerry Rolling Out Software Release 10.3.1.1767
BerryReview.com  /  Gareth
If you haven't checked for the latest update, BlackBerry is rolling out software release 10.3.1.1767 / operating system version 10.3.1.2558. As for any update, it may take some time to show but keep checking.Unlock ANY BlackBerry ($6 for Legacy & $39 for BlackBerry 10)!!!@BerryReviewUnlocking Store Posted by Gareth for ©BerryReview |
BlackBerry Rolling Out Software Release 10.3.1.1767
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