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A look at Firefox's upcoming Picture-in-Picture mode

https://www.ghacks.net/2019/10/29/a-look-at-firefoxs-upcoming-picture-in-picture-mode/

a month ago

Mozilla revealed that it was working on a Picture-in-Picture mode for the Firefox web browser back in February. Designed to play videos in a small overlay on the screen, Picture-in-Picture mode allows […]

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Upcoming changes to file compression software Bandizip

https://www.ghacks.net/2019/10/13/upcoming-changes-to-file-compression-software-bandizip/

2 months ago

Bandisoft, the company behind the popular file compression software Bandizip, plans to launch Bandizip 7.0 soon; the new version has a new licensing system that divides the program into a free, advertisement […]

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How to lose a UK contractor in 10 days: Make them commit after upcoming IR35 tax upheaval, apparently

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/09/30/countdown_to_ir35_changes_brings_fears_of_brain_drain/

2 months ago

Survey warns of 'brain drain'

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Windows 10 May 2019 Update declared safe at last, which bodes well for upcoming 19H2 build

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/09/30/microsoft_roundup/

2 months ago

Roundup Also: Azure, SQL Server and keeping the Windows 2008 R2 lights on

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Vivaldi to stop using unique user IDs in upcoming versions of the browser

https://www.ghacks.net/2019/08/15/vivaldi-to-stop-using-unique-user-ids-in-upcoming-versions-of-the-browser/

4 months ago

Vivaldi's Julien Picalausa revealed in a new post on the official Vivaldi Blog that the company will stop using unique user IDs in upcoming versions of the web browser. The company uses […]

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What Microsoft's upcoming 'outsourcing' licensing changes could mean for your business

https://www.zdnet.com/article/what-microsofts-upcoming-outsourcing-licensing-changes-could-mean-for-your-business/

4 months ago

Enterprise customers relying on Microsoft 'Bring Your Own License' option to run Windows Server, SQL Server and other enterprise software in Amazon's or Google's clouds may be in for a rude awakening this fall.

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