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WhatsApp Web Works with Microsoft Edge Browser

WhatsApp Web is finally available to Microsoft Edge browser users. Microsoft Edge is the official browser that comes pre-installed in Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile operating system. It's also the browser that officially replaced Internet Explorer (still available in windows 10). WhatsApp Web was introduced sometime in January 2015 as

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Microsoft Edge; The Name Chosen For Project Spartan Browser

"The browser that turns browsing into doing." Microsoft's new internet browser designed to replace internet explorer code named "Project Spartan" has finally been revealed as "Microsoft EDGE" at the //Build/ 2015 developers conference. The logo design picks up traits from internet explorer(IE), and the naming probably comes from the rendering engine; EdgeHTML. Microsoft EDGE

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Microsoft 4Afrika and Wireless Spectra’s Tv White Space Internet Service goes Commercial

Months of testing and running pilot projects in Koforidua using tv white spaces to provide internet service has come to an end and the first commercial internet service network using TV white spaces in Ghana has begun. This makes SpectraLink Wireless the first company outside the United States to operate a commercial

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Microsoft’s Project Spartan, The Brand New Browser

The Spartan is a single browser designed to work great across the entire Windows 10 device family - from keyboard and mouse on the Windows 10 desktop to touch, gestures, voice, controllers and sensors. Microsoft's project Spartan, the brand new browser announced at the Windows 10 briefing will ship with the new operating system

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White Spaces and Microsoft in Ghana

Tuesday May 13th, at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Global Summit in Accra, Microsoft Corporation announced new TV white spaces pilot projects on four continents, including the newest project in Koforidua, Ghana, in partnership with SpectraLink Wireless and Facebook said Paul Garnett, Microsoft’s Technology Policy Group Director at the summit. Paul says

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