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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Facebook enhances Messenger, makes bid for smart home
Facebook will allow developers to make their applications work within its Messenger service, which will effectively convert Messenger into a full-fledged platform with a trove of apps already integrated. Facebook also made a bid for the smart-home market, unveiling a service through its Parse development platform aimed at helping developers build apps for appliances and other devices. More -- Reuters

How to Use and Customize Cortana on a Windows 10 PC
Step aside, Siri; the Cortana digital assistant on Windows 10 desktop tells better jokes, and that's just the start, all based on the current preview. You don't even have to use your voice to work with her (yes, she's a her). More -- Michael Muchmore, PCMag.com


HP drops Beats Audio for Bang & Olufsen
Hewlett-Packard will equip its desktops, laptops and tablets with Bang & Olufsen audio technology, dropping its previous partner, Beats, which Apple purchased for $3 billion in 2014. HP will offer Bang & Olufsen's personal audio systems, called B&O Play, on its devices. More -- ITWorld.com/IDG News Service


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This Week's Tech News, Part 2

White House adds more hires from Silicon Valley
The Obama administration has hired the first U.S. chief digital officer, Jason Goldman, a former executive at Twitter and Google. The White House also recruited Facebook engineer David Recordon as the first federal director of IT. More -- Fast Company online

30-day smartwatch charge touted by Vector
Vector's planned smartwatch will comes in two designs and is said to boast a battery that will last up to 30 days. The Vector Luna smartwatch is priced at $349, while the Meridian can be purchased for $199. Sources say the watch will work with Apple-, Android- and Windows-based mobile devices. More -- Engadget

Google still wants to make Glass viable
Google has halted sales of the initial version of its Glass wearable, but Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says the company will continue to develop the "big and very fundamental" platform, whose strategy is now being overseen by the head of Google's Nest connected home division. "These things take time," Schmidt said. More -- Computerworld UK/IDG News Service


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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Evolution of TV image quality picking up pace
Strides in 4K, 8K, HDR and beyond are happening at a pace causing "some consumer fatigue," says Andy Quested, head of technology for HD and UHDTV initiatives at the BBC. As television sets improve, so do cameras, and Quested predicts set-top boxes may one day be able to "match the content to consumers' televisions," Robert Archer writes. More -- CEPro.com

Android rival secures $80M in new funding
Cyanogen, which makes Android software that competes with Google, has raised $80 million in its latest funding round, the company disclosed Monday, saying it has received support from a broad roster of global investors, including Qualcomm and Twitter. The latest cash infusion brings Cyanogen's funding purse to $110 million. More -- CNET

Streaming TV becomes the biggest battleground
Netflix, Amazon and Hulu in recent weeks have been recast as industry leaders defending their turf from competitors such as Apple, Sony and HBO. Investments in original content and technology are expected to be paramount for all these companies as consumers shift from traditional cable-TV packages. More -- The New York Times (tiered subscription model)

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Tech Tip of The Week

Fooled ya! … via Tech…
Lots of people will be taking part in the fun of April Fools Day and you can too with a little help from your tech. Heading to April Fools Day 2015 will you give you some great ideas for pranks on both kids and grown-ups as well as wallpapers and some history on the fun filled day. Other fun sites for April Fool’s ideas and information that are worth a look include Tech Feast and Pinterest. Kids will get a kick out of the ideas and activities from Enchanted Learning, Apples for the Teacher and Classroom Jr.  If you feel like touring a museum check out Museum of Hoaxes and for some on the go fun try downloading April Fool or the Ultrasound Pregnancy Prank.   Make sure you’re not totally fooled when you read about a story online, check out places like Snopes to make sure you’re not pranked into believing. Happy April Fools and be sure to visit us "Into Tomorrow" for the latest in cool tech … No Joke!

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