Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Microsoft Expands Linux Container Support in Windows Server


Microsoft has decided to expand its support for Linux containers in the next release of Windows Server.
Linux containers and workloads will work natively on Windows Server, said Erin Chapple, general manager for the server operating system, in an online post last week.
The company also will extend Window Server's Hyper-V isolation capability, which was introduced in the 2016 release of the operating system.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Nintendo's New Lineup Electrifies E3


Nintendo previewed an impressive lineup of gaming content at E3 2017 this week, by many accounts. Its collection of new titles and targeted versions of some of the industry's hottest third-party content seemed to validate surprisingly strong sales of the Nintendo Switch console.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Xbox One X: More Speed, More Muscle


Microsoft earlier this week announced the next version of its Xbox line of gaming consoles, ahead of E3 2017, now ongoing in Los Angeles.
The new Xbox One X, which goes on sale Nov. 7 for US$499, is slimmer than previous models and packed with power.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

New Stem Cell Treatment Offers Dramatic Burn-Healing Potential


A med-tech startup has developed a fast and easy way to treat certain burn wounds with stem cells.
RenovaCare harvests a variety of cells, including stem cells, from a healthy area of skin on a patient. Those cells are then suspended in a water-based solution, which is loaded into the company's SkinGun and sprayed onto the wound.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017

E3 2017: Enhancements, Expectations and Perhaps Excitement



ll of the major video game developers, publishers and console hardware makers, as well as many retail buyers and the gaming press, will descend on Los Angeles for E3 2017 next week. The annual event -- a showcase for computer, video and mobile games and related products -- will kick off officially on Tuesday and run through Thursday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. However, it actually will begin on Monday with press briefings from Microsoft, Sony, Bethesda, Electronic Arts and Ubisoft.