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Google’s spam filters to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to curb those annoying spam emails.Google through its Blog mentioned of their Gmail team working hard to make sure that every message you care about arrives in your inbox, and all the spam you don’t want remains out of sight using AI.

According to google, Gmail spam filter has been very much based on you clicking the “Report spam” and “Not spam” buttons, you were not only improving your Gmail experience right then and there, but also training Gmail’s filters to identify spam vs. wanted mail in the future.
“Now, we are bringing the same intelligence developed for Google Search and Google Now to make the spam filter smarter in a number of ways below” says Gmail Team.

Google Apps for EducationGoogle Apps for Education is a cloud based set of applications that enables teachers and students to communicate, collaborate, and create. Google Apps for Education has seen explosive growth since their introduction in 2010. A study was carriedout to better understand the growth in number of users for this amazing tool set.

Google Apps for Education has grown from 8 million users in 2010 to over 40 million users as of February 2015. The user base includes students, faculty, and staff using Google Apps for Education, a free service for schools. This is an astounding 41% growth rate, which has actually started accelerating in the past year. Maintaining this rapid adoption of Google Apps for Education would result in 110 million users by 2020.

Skype plans to deliver new Skype for Business voice and meetings capabilities in Office 365.Today 2nd/July/2015 Skype announced that customers of Office 365 enterprise could register for the new features mentioned below. The new capabilities will enhance the existing Skype for Business experience, and allow us to offer a complete, enterprise-grade communications solution at global scale as part of Office 365.

Ability to conference with over 10,000 people:
Customers with office 365 will be able to broadcast about any type of business meeting or conference online. The feature is integrated with Bing Pulse, for real-time polling and sentiment tracking, and Yammer, to enable attendee dialogue during the broadcast.

Tumblr TV
Following the rollout of Tumblr’s GIF search engine earlier this month, the blogging platform is today launching another new feature aimed at helping users discover and share GIFs: Tumblr TV. The addition is a combination of a search and viewing feature for GIFs, which helps you find the animated images housed on Tumblr and then view them in a full-screen mode. The “TV” part of the feature’s title refers to the fact that the interface offers player controls, like play, pause, forward and backward.

While the Tumblr GIF search engine announced a few weeks ago allows logged-in users to find GIFs to share on their own blogs, Tumblr TV is available to anyone, even if they don’t have a Tumblr account.

There are a few ways to use the new service. You can choose to visit Tumblr TV directly by way of the URL tumblr.com/tv, which defaults to showing GIFs that are currently trending across the service – a metric which is determined by a variety of factors, including the freshness of the GIF and the recent engagements.

Tech giants Amazon, Google, Microsoft and 17 other heavyweights are working together to create a common container specification for deploying apps.
common container standard for deploying Web apps

The Open Container Project is being housed under the Linux Foundation and aims to establish common vendor-neutral standards for software containers, so developers can run their apps in any runtime, be it Docker, CoreOS's Rocket or others like Apcera's Kurma.