Just a few days after announcing it would stop supporting Windows 7 soon, Microsoft is sounding the death knell for another of its products: Windows 10 Mobile. Starting December 10, 2019 your devices will no longer be able to receive security or software updates on the OS, and Microsoft will no longer provide support should issues arise. It’ll provide a bit of extra time for backups and such after that date, but Windows Mobile is basically dead. Of course, this was expected. Microsoft stopped working on Windows 10 Mobile back in 2017, and the company has instead focused on providing a… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows,Microsoft
The new e-hailing company manages to pull out a total of RM300,000 (US$73,000) on crowdfunding EaziCar, a Malaysia-based e-hailing company announces that it has raised RM300,000 (US$73,000) equity crowdfunding using Ata Plus platform. With the funding, the company plans to create a ride-hailing experience that’s centered around the drivers and passengers motivation and loyalty, which […]
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