Microsoft’s regular updates to its Window 10 operating system are almost always aimed at fixing bugs and introducing new features.

An update seeded by the software giant this past week caused major problems blocking affected Windows 10- running computers from connecting to the InternetHowever, the problem was fixed within a short time.
According to the official change log from Microsoft’s support page, the KB3206632 patch (OS build 14393.576) addresses a service crash in CDPSVC that in some situations could lead to the machine not being able to acquire an IP address.
Quake – detection app helps in capturing nearly 400 earthquakes
An earthquake detecting mobile application released by the University of California at Berkeley earlier this year has so far captured 400 tremors worldwide, according to researchers.
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Tally Solutions launches GST mobile app
Software Product Company Tally Solutions Private Limited today announced launch of its GST mobile application to ensure easy adoption of the technology led law.
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US Transportation Department Proposes vehicles that ‘talk’ to each other
The US department of Transportation proposed requiring all new cars and trucks to be able to “talk” to each other using short-range wireless technology to potentially avoid the crashes.
7 Hot wireless external storage devices
The devices that are widely accepted across the globe are wireless storage devices. This is one of those
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3rd western Digital My Cloud NAS Storage, 4th Seagate wireless Plus, 5th Seagate Wireless Mobile Storage, 6th is Seagate Personal Cloud Home Media Storage, and 7th SanDisk connect Wireless Stick.
As technology advances and changes takes place from wrapped with wires first and now slowly the world moving towards wireless devices of any form. From displays to Bluetooth, muse, keyboard, more and now wireless storage, all these better to have high performance and accurate.  

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