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Amazon Alexa receives Hindi and ‘Hinglish’ language support in India

In a bid to increase the existing user-base and enhance the accessibility of the users already part of their ecosystem, Amazon on Wednesday announced the release of Hindi and ‘Hinglish’ language support for its range of Alexa devices. Users can start using it right away by simply asking Alexa to “help me set up Hindi” …

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Microsoft’s Exchange Server 2010 has its end of support pushed back by nine months

Microsoft Corp. is pushing back its January 14, 2020 end of support date for Exchange Server 2010 by nine months. In a blog post published this morning, Greg Taylor, Microsoft’s director of product marketing for Exchange, noted the date was changed after “investigating and analyzing the deployment state of an extensive number of Exchange customers.” …

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To Retain College Students, Look to Academic Support and Campus Activities, New Report Finds

What keeps college students coming back for more? A new report on the effects college programs have on student retention attempts to answer that question. Academic advising meetings, Greek life, supplemental instruction, scholarships and tutoring are the programs that correlate most with improved student retention rates, according to a study of nearly 1,000 initiatives at …

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JavaFX 13 adds support for native rendering

JavaFX 13, the latest version of the Java-based toolkit for building rich client applications, has arrived, highlighted by native rendering. Native rendering support allows developers to integrate powerful visualization capabilities into their JavaFX applications.  JavaFX is published by the OpenJFX community, since being separated from the Java Development Kit (JDK), and is now distributed by …

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Mozilla begins charging for services — starting with Firefox premium support for enterprises

Mozilla’s foray into paid services is finally kicking off for real. The Firefox maker is rolling out a new offer for organizations that run the browser in enterprise environments with a premium support plan. Costing $10 per supported installation, Firefox Premium Support will provide several benefits, including capabilities to submit bugs privately, get critical security bug …

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