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It was previously reported that Threshold 2 which is a major feature release of Windows 10, which Microsoft is allegedly going to call the 'Fall Update', was going to launch on November 2. That (obviously) didn't come to pass and now a page on Microsoft's support site is giving us the next estimate for the release of the impending feature update.

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The most widely used child surveillance app in South Korea has been pulled from the market after security specialists raised serious concerns about the program's safety.
Moon Hyun-seok, a senior official at the Korea Communications Commission, told The Associated Press that "Smart Sheriff" has been removed from the Play store, Google's software marketplace, and that existing users are being asked to switch to other programs.
The government plans to shut down the service to existing users "as soon as possible," he said.


Snapchat has risen in popularity over recent years, and while promising secure image and video messaging between individuals, has seen its fair share of controversy. A unique trait of the app since its conception has been the ability to send messages with a short lifespan, and make them disappear after a single viewing. As intended, this results let many users feel more relaxed with the content they share, due to the notion that the image will never appear again.

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Google plans to merge its two operating systems Chrome and Android into one operating system that can run on any device, The Wall Street Journal's Alistair Barr reports. The change could happen as early as 2017, according to the report. Google may also show off an early version of the software in 2016.
Chrome OS is based on the Chrome browser, and is designed to run apps and everything else in the web browser with very few traditional desktop functions. Android is Google's mobile operating system for smartphones and tablets, but it has recently made its way to streaming TV boxes, smartwatches, and even infotainment systems in cars.

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Brad Anderson, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice-President for Enterprise Client & Mobility, has outlined some significant changes to their popular System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). The announced changes spanning both administrative details as well as how the service will support Windows 10 as the operating system moves towards the Software-as-a-Service.