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Microsoft announced the release of smart Phonetic keyboards for 10 Indian languages in its latest update for Windows 10

The release of the updated phonetic keyboards is available in Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, Marathi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Odiya, Telugu, Kannada as well as Malayalam. The keyboards now allow Indian users to work in their preferred languages unlike before when many of them had to purchase customized Indic hardware keyboards. Moreover, the new tools will improve typing speed and accuracy in Indian languages by at least 20% and they make many regional symbols easier to input. Since no separate installation is required, they can be used in areas with low/no internet connectivity. Unlike the installed tools, constant upgrading will not be required anymore but will be part of the Windows updates. New Phonetic keyboard layouts will work with any common text encoding standard enabled applications and web browsers running over the Windows 10 operating system.

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World's First AI created Whisky

The Microsoft recently collaborated with Finnish technology company Fourkind and Mackmyra Whisky to create world's first Artificial Intelligence created whiskey. The company has informed sources that this experiment might result in enhancement of quality and popularity.

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Microsoft fixes privacy leak in Incognito Mode

Microsoft has been developing Chromium code base on which many browsers work. Recently there was a privacy leak in Chromium’s incognito mode since Windows 10 wasn’t supporting the IS_PRIVATE input. This means the keyboard would save the URL’s, text inputs, passwords and offer them to users in other contexts. The change is currently in code review.

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Microsoft commits $500 Million to support worldwide Startups.

Microsoft under its Scale up program, had committed to support Startups globally by funding $500 Million. The company envisions to co-sell along with startups around the world to support, build and connect.

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