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After a relatively short period of time, a number of publishers are dissatisfied with the payback from Facebook Instant Articles pages. In other words, the Instant Articles idea isn't producing instant income.
Microsoft begins distributing the anticipated operating system update, but users may have to wait unless they take matters into their own hands.
IT professionals can now take evaluation versions of the operating system update and its new security and management features for a spin.
DAILY VIDEO: Windows 10 Creators Update to give users more data privacy control; Canonical ends Ubuntu Unity Linux desktop in favor of GNOME; Google updates Kubernetes cloud container management capabilities; and there's more.
Developers can now take advantage of Windows 10 Creators Update's new high-DPI enhancements for sharper screens, touch input tweaks and improved stylus support.
Clarizen's collaborative work management provides a full-fledged project planning and execution package that improves productivity levels so that project leaders and their teams can get their work done on time.
After applying the Windows 10 Creators Update, users get more information about Microsoft's data-collection methods and how they can control their data privacy settings.
NEWS ANALYSIS: After six years of pitching the dream of a converged Linux desktop experience that crosses desktop, mobile, server and cloud, Canonical pulls the plug.
Appian's cloud management system and set of applications is deployed by high-end players across a number of industries that include financial services, insurance, health care, life sciences and the public sector.
A release candidate of the company's open-source deep learning toolkit is now available, offering better performance and an improved memory footprint.
The monitor measures the performance of each droplet's CPU (central processing unit), its memory, disk utilization, disk reads and writes, network traffic and top processes.
Young storage company reveals its largest funding round to date, co-led by investors GV (formerly Google Ventures) and Sequoia Capital. Oh yes, it also introduced version 4.0 of its software.