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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsApart from the yearly updates on the company's latest Laptop, Surface Pro and Studio devices, Microsoft also announced on the most interesting Bluetooth headphones. The headphones come in light grey and will be available to buy for $350 (Approx Rs 25,000). © Microsoft The Surface headphones come only in one colour similar to the Surface products and will be available only in the U.S. this December. The headphones are slated to compete with Bose's QC 35 ii and Sony's 1000X M3 headphones. The Microsoft headphones not only offer premium sound but also has a unique feature i.e. adjustable noise cancellation. Users can control the degree of noise cancellation by turning the dial on the left ear cup. This will enable users to let in outside noise according to their own preferences. The dial on the right ear cup can be used to adjust the volume which is probably the most convenient way to use when compared to other headphones in the same category. © Microsoft The headphones are of course wireless that supports Bluetooth 5.0 but can also be connected to a device using the detachable 3.5mm cable. It uses a USB Type C port for charging which means it will juice up at a faster pace. The Surface Headphones also have support for a digital voice assistant i.e. 'Cortana'. Users will be able to give out hands-free voice commands by simply saying “Hey Cortana”. “They slip comfortably over your ears to surround you with spectacular sound quality and 13 levels of ambient noise control,” Microsoft's press release says. “Designed with collaboration in mind, there are 2 beam-forming microphones on each ear cup, 8 microphones in total, all helping you focus on the sounds you want to capture allowing for excellent call experiences.” The earcups also have touch control which can be used for playing/pausing music and skipping tracks. Microsoft says that the Surface Headphones can last up to 15 hours on a single charge (wireless) and 50 hours when using the detachable 3.5mm cable.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsMicrosoft launched the Surface Book 2 and Surface Laptop in India today, the company's premium offering that will compete with Apple's MacBook. The Surface Laptop will retail for a starting price of Rs 86,999 and will go up to Rs 233,999. The Surface Book 2 will be the costlier of the two where it will start Rs 1,37,999 (Core i5 version), prices will go up to Rs 295,999. © Microsoft The Surface Book 2 has a touchscreen and is powered by the Intel Core i7 8th generation processor. According to Microsoft, it will last for17 hours on a single charge. Microsoft says the Surface Book 2, the premium laptop out of the two, comes in the 13.5-inch and 15-inch variants with up to 16GB RAM and 1TBB of storage space. In terms of GPU, the Surface Book 2 has Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050/1060 GPU on Core i7 models. The Surface Book 2 will be available in seven variants: four versions with a 13.5-inch and three of the 15-inch variant. The 13.5-inch variant will have a minimum of 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage. © Microsoft The Surface Laptop, on the other hand, has a thinner design and runs Windows 10 S. It is the lighter version of the full-blown Windows 10 and can run apps from the Windows store. The Surface laptop will be available in five variants where the cheapest model will be powered by Intel Core i5 version along with Intel HD Graphics 620. Here are the full pricing details for the Surface Book 2 from different SKUs: -13.5″ Intel Core i5, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 620: Rs. 137,999 -13.5″ Intel Core i7, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050: Rs. 155,999 -13.5″ Intel Core i7, 51268 SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050: Rs. 222,999 -13.5″ Intel Core i7, 1TB SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050: Rs. 257,999 -15 Intel Core i7, 256GB SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060: Rs. 222,499 -15 Intel Core i7, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060: Rs. 258,999 -15 Intel Core i7, 1TB SSD, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060: Rs. 295,999
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogA Microsoft logo is seen a day after Microsoft Corp's $26.2 billion purchase of LinkedIn Corp, in Los Angeles, California, US, on June 14, 2016. Photo: Reuters Microsoft Corp on Friday called for government regulation of facial recognition...
Microsoft You can allows users to sign in on your community with their Microsoft account. This is a great way to make it easier for users to get started on your community and increase the number of signups, especially if the subject of your community means your users are likely to have Microsoft accounts. This guide covers everything you need to know to set up this integration. Warning Using Microsoft login requires your community to use a https URL. For assistance setting this up, contact your hosting provider or system administrator. Step One: Create a Microsoft App Go to https://apps.dev.microsoft.com/ and sign in with your Microsoft account if you are not already signed in. Click the button to add an app in the top-right. Enter the name of your community and click on "Create Application". Under the "Platforms" section, click "Add Platform" And then choose "Web". In the "Redirect URIs" section, enter the URL to your community, followed by: /applications/core/interface/microsoft/auth.php For example, if the URL to your community was https://www.example.com/community you would enter http://www.example.com/community/applications/core/interface/microsoft/auth.php Microsoft requires that your URL start with https. At the bottom of the page, click Save Step Two: Link your Microsoft App with your Community To link your Microsoft App with your community, you need the Application Id and Password. The Application Id is shown at the top of the dashboard for your Microsoft App: To obtain a password, click the "Generate New Password" button. Copy and paste these into the Admin CP on your community. Go to Admin CP -> System -> Login Handlers and click the "Edit" icon for Microsoft and enter those details on that screen. After saving, you need to enable the login handler. Make sure the badge next to Microsoft says "Enabled", and click it to toggle if it doesn't. Users will now be able to sign in with Microsoft on your community.