FCC's site hit by bots, Windows 10 on 500M devices
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Muddying the debate on net neutrality comes reports that FCC's Feedback Page on the matter is being flooded by fake comments, with one bot possibly being responsible for over 100,000 messages.
The bot uses names of real people, and has been submitting anti-net neutrality posts That have supposedly helped crash the site.
Google is enabling an automated events search feature that will return relevant results of concerts and other ongoings in a user's area, the idea hopes to streamline concert and event information in a way that saves someone from having to visit many different sites Finally Microsoft tin now reporting that its Windows 10 operating system has been installed in over 500 million monthly active devices which is up from 400 million in September of last year.
Of course this number will likely fall short of Microsoft's original goal of having a billion devices running Windows 10 by 2018
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