IoT Security Turned Into An ‘I Spy’ Educational Book For Kids

 Security can be a very dry and impenetrable topic. But if the steady creep of connected devices into people’s homes and day-to-day routines continues there’s arguably going to need to be a very broad effort to widen awareness of potential privacy risks. Read More Source: New Tech Gear

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Microsoft To Launch “Minecraft Education Edition” For Classrooms This Summer, Following Acquisition Of Learning Game

 Microsoft is further expanding on its investment in Minecraft, bought in 2014 for $2.5 billion, by acquiring a learning game called MinecraftEdu for an undisclosed sum. The game, produced by a company called Teacher Gaming LLC, allows teachers to use Minecraft in the classroom, and includes a library of lessons and activities used to teach subjects including[…]

Microsoft Says Windows 10 Is Now Running On Over 200 Million Devices

 Microsoft this morning announced promising numbers related to the growth and traction of its Windows 10 operating system. The company confirmed today that Windows 10 is now running on over 200 million monthly active devices worldwide, and is also the fastest-growing release of any version of the Windows operating system ever. Microsoft said Windows 10[…]