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How Microsoft is opening Office's brains to apps to make productivity even smarter

During Microsoft's Build 2015 keynote on Wednesday, CEO Satya Nadella announced a new unified API that allows third-party apps to pull data from all the various Microsoft services you use, from Calendar to messages—and it could make your life easier.

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Broadcom pitches new chipsets to clear Wi-Fi network bottlenecks

The company's latest chipset can send data to four users at the same time

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Microsoft brings Visual Studio to Linux, Macs

The new Visual Studio Code aims to help coders get their apps on Microsoft's Azure cloud service

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Glitch in iPad app causes travel headaches for American Airlines passengers

The software issue affected several dozen flights, said the carrier.

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Coalition gears up to oppose trade legislation pushing Trans-Pacific deal

Legislation introduced in the U.S. Congress this month would fast-track approval of the trade deal

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Uber shifts strategy, requiring taxi licenses for Dutch UberPop drivers

Uber tries to settle its legal problems in the Netherlands but will have to do more to get out of trouble

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TAG Heuer's smartwatch aims for the high end market with $1,400 price tag

The Android Wear will launch in the fall, and run with 40 hours of battery life, according to the Swiss timepiece maker.

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Microsoft refines Azure management portal preview to give IT pros more control

The tool has been upgraded three times since the end January, and more improvements are on the way

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Cablevision becomes the first cable company to hawk Hulu subscriptions

You can already get it by signing up at Hulu.com, but Cablevision's Optimum plans to sell Hulu subscriptions directly to its customers.

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Facebook, under siege, slams European privacy regulators

Facebook has already filed a lawsuit against the Dutch data protection authority over an investigation into its privacy practices