Microsoft Schedule Plus

Microsoft Schedule+ is a discontinued time management app developed by Microsoft.[1] After discontinuation, most of its functionality was incorporated into Outlook 97.[1][2] It was originally intended as a companion to Microsoft Mail, but was later shipped with Exchange Server 5.0, Microsoft Office 95, Exchange Client and Windows Messaging. The "Outlook Calendar" that was part of Outlook for Windows 3.1 and Macintosh versions before 9.0 was actually a new version of Schedule+. After discontinuation, it was with all versions of Microsoft Office up to Microsoft Office 2003, although it is just to support conversion from Schedule+ 1.x.

The first version of Schedule+ was released in 1992 for Windows 3.1 and the classic Mac OS. Versions 2 through 6 were skipped, and the next version became version 7, released in 1995 for Windows 95 and Mac OS. Version 7.5 was included with Microsoft Office 97 and later.

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  1. "ARCHIVED: What is Microsoft Schedule+?". kb.iu.edu. Indiana University. 27 August 2012.
  2. "Microsoft Schedule+". GUI Info. Archived from the original on 16 November 2011.
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SQL Server Notification Services is a platform developed by Microsoft for the development and deployment of notification applications based on SQL Server Technology and the Microsoft .NET Framework. Notification Services offers a scalable server engine on which to run notification applications, with multi-server capability-providing flexibility and scalability for deploying applications.[1] Notification Services was designed to ease the pain of developing and deploying notification applications that generate personalized, timely information to subscribers. To design, code and test all of the components that make up a robust Notification Services Application-such as notification scheduling, failure detection, retry logic, time zone management, notification grouping, and queue management, adding Notification Services to software applications can be a daunting task. Background Over the years the term Notification applications has been superseded with the term Complex Event Processing (CEP). The idea is that ...more...

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Timeline of DOS operating systems

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Timeline of DOS operating systems

This article presents a timeline of events in the history of x86 DOS operating systems from 1973 to 2016. Other operating systems named "DOS" are generally not part of the scope of this timeline. DOS releases have been in the forms of: OEM adaption kits (OAKs) – all Microsoft releases before version 3.2 were OAKs only Shrink wrap packaged product for smaller OEMs (system builders) – starting with MS-DOS 3.2 in 1986, Microsoft offered these in addition to OAKs End-user retail – all versions of IBM PC DOS (and other OEM-adapted versions) were sold to end users. DR-DOS began selling to end users with version 5.0 in July 1990, followed by MS-DOS 5.0 in June 1991 Free download – starting with OpenDOS 7.01 in 1997, followed by FreeDOS in 1998 Color key Microsoft: MS-DOS, 86-DOS IBM: PC DOS Digital Research: DR-DOS Compaq MS-DOS FreeDOS, GNU/DOS Other Overview First end-user releases of IBM–Microsoft-compatible versionsMajor market-leading releases and releases introducing significant new t ...more...

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Blood Wake

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Blood Wake

Blood Wake is a naval combat video game that was released in 2001 on the Xbox as part of Microsoft's initial wave of Xbox launch titles. The game was developed by Stormfront Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios. Set in an Asian-themed fictional world, Blood Wake is a story-driven, mission-based high seas action game in which the player controls a series of small fighting vessels. First unveiled at E3 2001, the game received mixed reviews from critics according to the aggregate website Metacritic. Some reviewers described its gameplay as "Twisted Metal on water," although its mission-based story line differentiated Blood Wake from Twisted Metal's arena-based gameplay. The game sold enough copies to be added to Microsoft's budget line, known as Platinum Hits. Gameplay Blood Wake is a water combat game featuring various types of boats and ordinance. The game features a wide variety of naval vessels, from tiny sampans to powerful speedboats and torpedo boats, on up to destroyers and a massive b ...more...

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List of TCP and UDP port numbers

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List of TCP and UDP port numbers

This is a list of TCP and UDP port numbers used by protocols of the application layer of the Internet protocol suite for the establishment of host-to-host connectivity. The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) needed only one port for full-duplex, bidirectional traffic. The Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) and the Datagram Congestion Control Protocol (DCCP) also use port numbers. They usually use port numbers that match the services of the corresponding TCP or UDP implementation, if they exist. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is responsible for maintaining the official assignments of port numbers for specific uses.[1] However, many unofficial uses of both well-known and registered port numbers occur in practice. Similarly many of the official assignments refer to protocols that were never or are no longer in common use. This article lists port numbers and their associated protocols that have experienced significant uptake. Table legend   Offic ...more...

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Ark: Survival Evolved

Ark: Survival Evolved (stylized as ΛRK) is an action-adventure survival video game developed by Studio Wildcard in collaboration with Instinct Games, Efecto Studios, and Virtual Basement. It was released in August 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, OS X and Linux, and is scheduled to release in June 2018 for Android and iOS; a Nintendo Switch version is planned. In the game, players must survive being stranded on an island filled with roaming dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals, natural hazards, and potentially hostile human players. The game is played from either a third-person or first-person perspective and its open world is navigated on foot or by riding a prehistoric animal. Players can use firearms and improvised weapons to defend against hostile humans and creatures, with the ability to build bases as defense. The game has both single-player and multiplayer options. Development began in October 2014. The development team conducted research into the physical appearance of the ani ...more...

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Internet Explorer 4

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 (IE4) is a graphical web browser that Microsoft released in October 1997, primarily for Microsoft Windows, but also with versions available for the classic Mac OS, Solaris, and HP-UX[1][2][3] and marketed as "The Web the Way You Want It".[4] It was one of the main participants of the first browser war. Its distribution methods and Windows integration were involved in the United States v. Microsoft Corp. case. It was superseded by Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 in March 1999. Version 4.0 was included with Windows 95 OEM Service Release 2.5 and 4.01 in Windows 98, in addition the Internet Explorer layout engine Trident was introduced. It attained just over 60% market share by March 1999 when IE5 was released.[5] In August 2001 when Internet Explorer 6 was released, IE4.x had dropped to 7% market share and IE5 had increased to 80%.[6] IE4 market share dropped under 1% by 2004.[7] Overview The Internet Explorer 4.0 Platform Preview was released in April 1997, and Platform Preview 2 ...more...

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Xbox Live

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Xbox Live

Xbox Live is an online multiplayer gaming and digital media delivery service created and operated by Microsoft. It was first made available to the Xbox system in November 2002. An updated version of the service became available for the Xbox 360 console at the system's launch in November 2005, and a further enhanced version was released in 2013 with the Xbox One. The service was extended in 2007 on the Windows platform, named Games for Windows – Live, which makes most aspects of the system available on Windows computers. Microsoft has announced plans to extend Live to other platforms such as handhelds and mobile phones as part of the Live Anywhere initiative.[6] With Microsoft's mobile operating system, Windows Phone, full Xbox Live functionality is integrated into new Windows Phones that launched since late 2010.[7] The service shut down for the original Xbox on April 15, 2010, and original Xbox Games are now only playable online through local area network (LAN) tunneling applications such as XLink Kai.[1] ...more...

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CP/M-86

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CP/M-86 was a version of the CP/M operating system that Digital Research (DR) made for the Intel 8086 and Intel 8088. The system commands are the same as in CP/M-80. Executable files used the relocatable .CMD file format.[nb 1] Digital Research also produced a multi-user multitasking operating system compatible with CP/M-86, MP/M-86, which later evolved into Concurrent CP/M-86. When an emulator was added to provide PC DOS compatibility, the system was renamed Concurrent DOS, which later became Multiuser DOS, of which REAL/32 is the latest incarnation. The DOS Plus, FlexOS, and DR DOS families of operating systems started as derivations of Concurrent DOS as well. IBM PC When IBM contacted other companies to obtain components for the IBM PC, the as-yet unreleased CP/M-86 was its first choice for an operating system because CP/M had the most applications at the time. Negotiations between Digital Research and IBM quickly deteriorated over IBM's non-disclosure agreement and its insistence on a one-time fee rathe ...more...

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List of filename extensions (M–R)

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List of filename extensions (M–R)

This alphabetical list of filename extensions contains standard extensions associated with computer files. A–E F–L M Ext. Description Used by M Mathematica Package File Mathematica M MATLAB M-File MATLAB M Mercury Source File Mercury M Source code Objective-C M2 WoW Model Object file Blizzard Entertainment games (World of Warcraft/Warcraft series) M2TS MPEG 2 Transport Stream Various media playback devices / software M3U M3U playlist file Winamp, XMMS M3U8 Unicode version of M3U playlist file (UTF-8) Winamp, XMMS M4 m4 macro file M4A Advanced Audio Coding M4V Advanced Video Coding (See MP4) M4P Advanced Video Coding (Protected) iTunes M4r iPhone ringtone iTunes and iOS devices M7P Multilizer 2007 and 2009 localization project file Multilizer M8M 8MAM8 Model File MAFF Mozilla Archive Format Mozilla Firefox (with add-on) MAI Mail VAX MAK Makefile MAK Project file VB – VC ++ ...more...

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Kerberos (protocol)

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Kerberos (protocol)

Kerberos () is a computer network authentication protocol that works on the basis of tickets to allow nodes communicating over a non-secure network to prove their identity to one another in a secure manner. The protocol was named after the character Kerberos (or Cerberus) from Greek mythology, the ferocious three-headed guard dog of Hades. Its designers aimed it primarily at a client–server model and it provides mutual authentication—both the user and the server verify each other's identity. Kerberos protocol messages are protected against eavesdropping and replay attacks. Kerberos builds on symmetric key cryptography and requires a trusted third party, and optionally may use public-key cryptography during certain phases of authentication.[1] Kerberos uses UDP port 88 by default. History and development Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) developed Kerberos to protect network services provided by Project Athena. The protocol is based on the earlier Needham–Schroeder symmetric key protocol. Several ...more...

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This is a list of file formats used by computers, organized by type. Filename extensions are usually noted in parentheses if they differ from the file format name or abbreviation. Many operating systems do not limit filenames to one extension shorter than 4 characters, as was common with some operating systems that supported the File Allocation Table (FAT) file system. Examples of operating systems that do not impose this limit include Unix-like systems, and Microsoft Windows NT, 95, 98, and Me which have no three character limit on extensions for 32-bit or 64-bit applications on file systems other than pre-Windows 95 and Windows NT 3.5 versions of the FAT file system. Some filenames are given extensions longer than three characters. Some file formats may be listed twice or more. An example is the .txt . Archive and compressed .cab – A cabinet (.cab) file is a library of compressed files stored as one file. Cabinet files are used to organize installation files that are copied to the user's system.[1] . ...more...

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WhatsApp

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WhatsApp

Messaging with WhatsApp WhatsApp Messenger is a freeware and cross-platform messaging and Voice over IP (VoIP) service owned by Facebook.[44] The application allows the sending of text messages and voice calls, as well as video calls, images and other media, documents, and user location.[45][46] The application runs from a mobile device though it is also accessible from desktop computers; the service requires[47] consumer users to provide a standard cellular mobile number. Originally users could only communicate with other users individually or in groups of individual users, but in September 2017 WhatsApp announced a forthcoming business platform which will enable companies to provide customer service to users at scale.[42] The client was created by WhatsApp Inc., based in Mountain View, California, which was acquired by Facebook in February 2014 for approximately US$19.3 billion.[48][49] By February 2018, WhatsApp had a user base of over one and a half billion,[50][38] making it the most popular messaging ...more...

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Windows Live OneCare

Windows Live OneCare (previously Windows OneCare Live, codenamed A1) was a computer security and performance enhancement service developed by Microsoft for Windows. A core technology of OneCare was the multi-platform RAV (Reliable Anti-virus),[1] which Microsoft purchased from GeCAD Software Srl in 2003,[2] but subsequently discontinued.[3] The software was available as an annual paid subscription, which could be used on up to three computers. On 18 November 2008, Microsoft announced that Windows Live OneCare would be discontinued on 30 June 2009 and will instead be offering users a new free anti-malware suite called Microsoft Security Essentials to be available before then. However, virus definitions and support for OneCare would continue until a subscription expires.[4] In the end-of-life announcement, Microsoft noted that Windows Live OneCare would not be upgraded to work with Windows 7 and would also not work in Windows XP Mode.[5] History Windows Live OneCare entered a beta state in the summer of 2005 ...more...

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BASIC

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BASIC

BASIC (an acronym for Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code)[2] is a family of general-purpose, high-level programming languages whose design philosophy emphasizes ease of use. In 1964, John G. Kemeny, Thomas E. Kurtz and Mary Kenneth Keller designed the original BASIC language at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, United States. They wanted to enable students in fields other than science and mathematics to use computers. At the time, nearly all use of computers required writing custom software, which was something only scientists and mathematicians tended to learn. Versions of BASIC became widespread on microcomputers in the mid-1970s and 1980s. Microcomputers usually shipped with BASIC, often in the machine's firmware. Having an easy-to-learn language on these early personal computers allowed small business owners, professionals, hobbyists, and consultants to develop custom software on computers they could afford. In the 2010s, BASIC was popular in many computing dialects and in new languages i ...more...

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History of Facebook

Facebook is a social networking service launched on February 4, 2004. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommate and fellow Harvard University student Eduardo Saverin.[1] The website's membership was initially limited by the founders to Harvard students, but was expanded to other colleges in the Boston area, the Ivy League,[2] and gradually most universities in the United States and Canada,[3][4] corporations,[5] and by September 2006, to everyone with a valid email address along with an age requirement of being 13 and older.[6][7] Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook in his Harvard dorm room. FaceMash FaceMash, Facebook’s predecessor, opened in 2003. Developed by Mark Zuckerberg, he wrote the software for the Facemash website when he was in his second year of college. The website was set up as a type of "hot or not" game for Harvard students. The website allowed visitors to compare two female student pictures side-by-side and let them decide who was hot or not.[8] While writing the softwa ...more...

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MSNBC

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MSNBC

MSNBC is an American news cable and satellite television network that provides news coverage and political commentary from NBC News on current events. MSNBC is owned by the NBCUniversal News Group, a unit of the NBCUniversal Television Group division of NBCUniversal (all of which are ultimately owned by Comcast). MSNBC and its website were founded in 1996 under a partnership between Microsoft and General Electric's NBC unit, hence the network's naming.[3] Although they had the same name, msnbc.com and MSNBC maintained separate corporate structures and news operations. msnbc.com was headquartered on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington while MSNBC operated out of NBC's headquarters in New York City. Microsoft divested its stakes in the MSNBC channel in 2005 and in msnbc.com in July 2012. The general news site was rebranded as NBCNews.com, and a new msnbc.com was created as the online home of the cable channel.[4] In the late summer of 2015, MSNBC revamped its programming; the moves were in sharp contra ...more...

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Windows Embedded Compact

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Windows Embedded Compact

Windows Embedded Compact,[6] formerly Windows Embedded CE and Windows CE, is an operating system subfamily developed by Microsoft as part of its Windows Embedded family of products.* Unlike Windows Embedded Standard, which is based on Windows NT, Windows Embedded Compact uses a different hybrid kernel.[7] Microsoft licenses Windows CE to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), who can modify and create their own user interfaces and experiences, with Windows CE providing the technical foundation to do so. The current version of Windows Embedded Compact supports x86 and ARM processors with board support package (BSP) directly.[8] The MIPS and SHx architectures had support prior to version 7.0. Features Windows CE is optimized for devices that have minimal memory; a Windows CE kernel may run with one megabyte of memory.[9] Devices are often configured without disk storage, and may be configured as a "closed" system that does not allow for end-user extension (for instance, it can be burned into ROM). Windows ...more...

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Scheduling (computing)

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Scheduling (computing)

In computing, scheduling is the method by which work specified by some means is assigned to resources that complete the work. The work may be virtual computation elements such as threads, processes or data flows, which are in turn scheduled onto hardware resources such as processors, network links or expansion cards. A scheduler is what carries out the scheduling activity. Schedulers are often implemented so they keep all computer resources busy (as in load balancing), allow multiple users to share system resources effectively, or to achieve a target quality of service. Scheduling is fundamental to computation itself, and an intrinsic part of the execution model of a computer system; the concept of scheduling makes it possible to have computer multitasking with a single central processing unit (CPU). A scheduler may aim at one or more of many goals, for example: maximizing throughput (the total amount of work completed per time unit); minimizing wait time (time from work becoming enabled until the first poi ...more...

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Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

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Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (known internationally as Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation)[7] is a 2018 American 3D computer-animated comedy film produced by Sony Pictures Animation and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. The third installment in the Hotel Transylvania franchise, it is directed by Genndy Tartakovsky and written by Tartakovsky and Michael McCullers, and features Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, David Spade, Steve Buscemi, Keegan-Michael Key, Molly Shannon, Fran Drescher, and Mel Brooks reprising their roles as well as new additions to the cast like Kathryn Hahn and Jim Gaffigan. Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation premiered at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival on June 13, 2018 and was released in the United States on July 13, 2018. It received mixed reviews from critics, as with its predecessors, and has grossed $98 million worldwide against a budget of $80 million. Plot The film begins in 1897, where it shows monsters disguised as hu ...more...

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Personal digital assistant

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Personal digital assistant

The Palm TX Apple Newton MessagePad (1993) – Computer History Museum A personal digital assistant (PDA), also known as a handheld PC,[1][2] is a variety mobile device which functions as a personal information manager. PDAs were largely discontinued in the early 2010s after the widespread adoption of highly capable smartphones, in particular those based on iOS and Android.[3] Nearly all PDAs have the ability to connect to the Internet. A PDA has an electronic visual display, letting it include a web browser. Most models also have audio capabilities, allowing usage as a portable media player, and also enabling most of them to be used as telephones. Most PDAs can access the Internet, intranets or extranets via Wi-Fi or Wireless Wide Area Networks. Sometimes, instead of buttons, PDAs will employ touchscreen technology. The technology industry has recently recycled the term personal digital assistance. The term is more commonly used for software that identifies a user's voice to reply to the queries. The f ...more...

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FIFA 18

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FIFA 18

FIFA 18 is a football simulation video game in the FIFA series of video games, developed and published by Electronic Arts and was released worldwide on 29 September 2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. It is the 25th instalment in the FIFA series. Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo appears as the cover athlete of the regular edition. Ronaldo Nazario appears on the icon edition of the game. FIFA 18 is the second instalment in the series to use the Frostbite 3 game engine, although some versions of the game use a different game engine. The PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows and Xbox One versions include a continuation of "The Journey" a story-based mode that was originally in FIFA 17 entitled "The Journey: Hunter Returns". The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, known as FIFA 18: Legacy Edition, do not contain any new gameplay features aside from updated kits and squads.[2] Gameplay FIFA 18 is a sports game that simulates association football. Th ...more...

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Navisworks

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Navisworks

Navisworks (known for a while as JetStream) is a 3D design review package for Microsoft Windows. Used primarily in construction industries to complement 3D design packages (such as Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, and MicroStation) Navisworks allows users to open and combine 3D models, navigate around them in real-time and review the model using a set of tools including comments, redlining, viewpoint, and measurements. A selection of plug-ins enhances the package adding interference detection, 4D time simulation, photorealistic rendering and PDF-like publishing. The software was originally created by Sheffield, UK based developer NavisWorks (a subsidiary of Lightwork Design) however NavisWorks was purchased by Autodesk for $25 million on June 1, 2007.[1] Components Navisworks (formerly JetStream) is built around a core module called Roamer and has a number of built-in functionalities: Roamer - The core part allows users to open models from a range of 3D design and laser scan formats and combine them into a sin ...more...

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Eighth generation of video game consoles

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Eighth generation of video game consoles

In the history of video games, the eighth generation includes consoles released since 2012 by Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony. For home consoles, the eighth generation began on November 18, 2012 with the release of the Wii U, and continued with the release of the PlayStation 4 on November 15, 2013,[1] and Xbox One on November 22, 2013.[2][3] The Wii U was eventually discontinued in 2017 due to low sales to make way for the Nintendo Switch on March 3, 2017, a handheld-console hybrid. These video game consoles follow their seventh generation predecessors: Nintendo's Wii, Sony's PlayStation 3 and Microsoft's Xbox 360, respectively. For video game handhelds, the generation began in February 2011 with the release of the Nintendo 3DS, successor to the Nintendo DS, in Japan, followed by a North American and European release in March. Nintendo released additional variants in the 3DS family, such as the New Nintendo 3DS and the New Nintendo 2DS.[4] The successor of the PlayStation Portable, the PlayStation Vita, was rel ...more...

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List of job scheduler software

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This is a list of notable job scheduler software. Job scheduling applications are designed to carry out repetitive tasks as defined in a schedule based upon calendar and event conditions. This category of software is also called workload automation. Only products with their own article are listed. The list is divided into four categories: standalone vendor software supporting enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, standalone vendor software without ERP support, non-vendor schedulers, and OS platform built-ins. The products are ordered alphabetically. Job scheduling products with ERP support Product (alphabetical) Vendor Version Company Origin Company size User interface Data storage Script storage Event driven Agentless Agents Platforms Central upgradable Any OS account stdout/err transfer File events File transfer ERP Support SAP XBP version Role-based security Auditing Design lifecycle Tidal Enterprise Scheduler Cisco_Systems 6.2 USA Large Web, Fat Client Oracle, SQL Server Yes Yes Yes Yes Unix ...more...

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List of operating systems

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List of operating systems

This is a list of operating systems. Computer operating systems can be categorized by technology, ownership, licensing, working state, usage, and by many other characteristics. In practice, many of these groupings may overlap. Criteria for inclusion is notability, as shown either through an existing Wikipedia article or citation to a reliable source. Proprietary Acorn Computers Arthur ARX MOS RISC iX RISC OS Amiga Inc. AmigaOS AmigaOS 1.0-3.9 (Motorola 68000) AmigaOS 4 (PowerPC) Amiga Unix (a.k.a. Amix) Apple Inc. Apple II family Apple DOS Apple Pascal ProDOS GS/OS GNO/ME Apple III Apple SOS Apple Lisa Lisa Workshop[1] Lisa Operating System[2] Apple Macintosh Classic Mac OS A/UX (UNIX System V with BSD extensions) Copland MkLinux Pink Rhapsody NeXTSTEP macOS (formerly Mac OS X and OS X) macOS Server (formerly Mac OS X Server and OS X Server) Apple Network Server IBM AIX (Apple-customized) Apple MessagePad Newton OS iPhone, iPod Touch, ...more...

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CyanogenMod

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CyanogenMod

CyanogenMod ( sy-AN-o-jen-mod; CM) is a discontinued open-source operating system for mobile devices, based on the Android mobile platform. It was developed as free and open-source software based on the official releases of Android by Google, with added original and third-party code, and based on a rolling release development model. Although only a subset of total CyanogenMod users elected to report their use of the firmware,[8] on 23 March 2015, some reports indicated that over 50 million people ran CyanogenMod on their phones.[9][10] It was also frequently used as a starting point by developers of other ROMs. In 2013, the founder, Steve Kondik, obtained venture funding under the name Cyanogen Inc. to allow commercialization of the project.[1][11][11] However, the company did not, in his view, capitalize on the project's success, and in 2016 he left or was forced out[12] as part of a corporate restructure, which involved a change of CEO, closure of offices and projects, and cessation of services,[13][14] an ...more...

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Halo 5: Guardians

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Halo 5: Guardians

Halo 5: Guardians is a first-person shooter video game developed by 343 Industries and published by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox One home video game console. The tenth installment and fifth main entry in the Halo series of video games, it was released worldwide on October 27, 2015. The game's plot follows two fireteams of human supersoldiers: Blue Team, led by Master Chief, and Fireteam Osiris, led by Spartan Locke. When the former goes absent without leave to track down the artificial intelligence construct Cortana, Master Chief's loyalty is called into question, and Fireteam Osiris is sent to retrieve him. 343 Industries started to plan concepts and objectives for Halo 5 shortly after the release of its predecessor, Halo 4. In late 2012, the team set out goals for the game, including larger campaign and multiplayer areas. Like Halo 4, it uses motion capture for character animation. It features new abilities and character designs, but does not feature any offline capabilities or local networking. It has a ...more...

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List of Xbox One games

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List of Xbox One games

This is a list of Xbox One games currently planned or released either at retail or via download.[a] There are currently 1582 games on this list.[b]  360 / NS / PC  Cross-play  K  Kinect optional  K  required  HDR  High Dynamic Range  PA  Xbox Play Anywhere  X  Xbox One X Enhanced Title Genre(s) Developer(s) Publisher(s) Release date Addons Ref. JP EU NA #killallzombies Shooter Beatshapers Digerati Distribution Unreleased Aug 9, 2016 Aug 9, 2016 >observer_ Horror Bloober Team Aspyr Media Unreleased Aug 15, 2017 Aug 15, 2017 'n Verlore Verstand Horror Skobbejak Games Skobbejak Games Unreleased Apr 21, 2017 Apr 21, 2017 10 Second Ninja X Platform Four Circle Interactive Curve Digital Unreleased Jul 19, 2016 Jul 19, 2016 1001 Spikes Platform Nicalis Nicalis Unreleased Jun 3, 2014 Jun 3, 2014 [1] 101 Ways To Die Platform, puzzle Four Door Lemon/On The Metal Vision Games Publishing Unreleased M ...more...

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Dead Rising

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Dead Rising

Dead Rising is a series of open world survival horror beat 'em up video games, created by Keiji Inafune. It was originally developed by Capcom until Capcom Vancouver took over developing the franchise. Setting The games in the franchise take place in fictional cities, although real cities are mentioned, the first game takes place in a large shopping mall in the town of Willamette, Colorado. The prequel for the second game Case Zero takes place in Still Creek, a small town near Las Vegas, while the main game takes place in Fortune City, a casino mall, the epilogue downloadable content Case West takes place in a Phenotrans facility nearby. The third game takes place in Los Perdidos, California. Dead Rising 4 takes place again in Willamette with a zombie outbreak happening in the Willamette Memorial Megaplex which was constructed to honor the victims of the first game outbreak. Phenotrans is a multimillion-dollar pharmaceutical company. It creates and distributes Zombrex, a medicine which can, if taken daily, ...more...

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Java version history

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Java version history

The Java language has undergone several changes since JDK 1.0 as well as numerous additions of classes and packages to the standard library. Since J2SE 1.4, the evolution of the Java language has been governed by the Java Community Process (JCP), which uses Java Specification Requests (JSRs) to propose and specify additions and changes to the Java platform. The language is specified by the Java Language Specification (JLS); changes to the JLS are managed under JSR 901. In addition to the language changes, much more dramatic changes have been made to the Java Class Library over the years, which has grown from a few hundred classes in JDK 1.0 to over three thousand in J2SE 5. Entire new APIs, such as Swing and Java2D, have been introduced, and many of the original JDK 1.0 classes and methods have been deprecated. Some programs allow conversion of Java programs from one version of the Java platform to an older one (for example Java 5.0 backported to 1.4) (see Java backporting tools). In September 2017, Mark Re ...more...

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Comparison of webmail providers

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Comparison of webmail providers

The following tables compare general and technical information for a number of notable webmail providers who offer a web interface in English. The list does not include web hosting providers who may offer email services as a part of hosting package. General General information on webmail providers and products Product Owner Location Released Cost Mailbox storage Maximum attachment limit Supported languages POP3[a] support IMAP support SMTP support Cryptographic protocol support Account expiration (inactivity) Use Own Domain AOL Mail Verizon Communications 1993, Mar Free (Ad) Unknown 25 MB 54 Yes Yes Yes SSL 90 days (Deactivation), 180 days (Deletion)[1] ? FastMail Fastmail Pty Ltd Australia (servers are in US) 1999, Jan $30/year to $90/year[2] 2 GB to 100 GB 50 MB[3] 37 Yes Yes Yes SSL, TLS[4] After subscription expiry Yes, Standard and Professional plans Gmail Google LLC 2004, Apr Free (Ad); $5/user/month on the user's domain[5] 15 GB[6] 25 MB[7] (10 GB per file via Google Drive)[8] ...more...

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Apache Hadoop

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Apache Hadoop

Apache Hadoop ( ) is a collection of open-source software utilities that facilitate using a network of many computers to solve problems involving massive amounts of data and computation. It provides a software framework for distributed storage and processing of big data using the MapReduce programming model. Originally designed for computer clusters built from commodity hardware[3]—still the common use—it has also found use on clusters of higher-end hardware.[4][5] All the modules in Hadoop are designed with a fundamental assumption that hardware failures are common occurrences and should be automatically handled by the framework.[2] The core of Apache Hadoop consists of a storage part, known as Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS), and a processing part which is a MapReduce programming model. Hadoop splits files into large blocks and distributes them across nodes in a cluster. It then transfers packaged code into nodes to process the data in parallel. This approach takes advantage of data locality,[6] wher ...more...

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List of programming languages by type

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List of programming languages by type

This is a list of notable programming languages, grouped by type. (Because there is no overarching classification scheme for programming languages, in many cases a language will be listed under multiple headings.) Array languages Array programming (also known as vector or multidimensional) languages generalize operations on scalars to apply transparently to vectors, matrices, and higher-dimensional arrays. A+ Analytica APL Chapel Fortran 90 Freemat Futhark GAUSS J Julia K MATLAB Octave Q R S S-Lang SequenceL X10 ZPL IDL Wolfram Language Assembly languages Assembly languages directly correspond to a machine language (see below) so machine code instructions appear in a form understandable by humans. Assembly languages let programmers use symbolic addresses, which the assembler converts to absolute addresses. Most assemblers also support macros and symbolic constants. Authoring languages An authoring language is a programming language used to create tutorials, websites, and other ...more...

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Wreckfest

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Wreckfest

Wreckfest is a racing video game developed by Bugbear Entertainment and published by THQ Nordic. Wreckfest is described as the spiritual successor to the FlatOut series and a cross between FlatOut, Destruction Derby and cult 1989 PC racer Street Rod.[1] A notable feature of the game engine is the use of soft-body damage modelling, which enables location-based damage that affects the driving dynamics of vehicles in a realistic fashion.[2] After a four-year long early access phase, the Microsoft Windows version was released in June 2018, with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions scheduled to be released in November 2018. Gameplay The final game is intended to include a variety of gameplay features, including traditional track racing and demolition derbies.[2] The racing gameplay follows the same fundamental rules as most modern racing games, such as Need for Speed or Gran Turismo. The player controls a car in a race or demolition derby, the goal being to win the race or be the sole survivor of the derby respect ...more...

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The Elder Scrolls Online

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The Elder Scrolls Online

The Elder Scrolls Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing (MMORPG) video game developed by ZeniMax Online Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks.[1][2] It was released for Microsoft Windows and OS X in April 2014.[3] It is a part of The Elder Scrolls series, of which it is the first multiplayer installment. As with other games in The Elder Scrolls franchise, the game is set in the continent of Tamriel and features a storyline indirectly connected with the other games. The Elder Scrolls Online had been in development for seven years before its release in 2014. It initially received mixed reviews, but these improved significantly with the re-release and rebranding as The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, with critics praising the changes. Similar to other MMORPGs, The Elder Scrolls Online originally used a mandatory monthly subscription model, until it transitioned to a buy-to-play model with microtransactions and an optional subscription in March 2015. The game was renamed as The El ...more...

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System Shock

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System Shock

System Shock is a 1994 first-person action-adventure video game developed by Looking Glass Technologies and published by Origin Systems. It was directed by Doug Church with Warren Spector serving as producer. The game is set aboard a space station in a cyberpunk vision of the year 2072. Assuming the role of a nameless hacker, the player attempts to hinder the plans of a malevolent artificial intelligence called SHODAN. System Shock's 3D engine, physics simulation and complex gameplay have been cited as both innovative and influential. The developers sought to build on the emergent gameplay and immersive environments of their previous games, Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss and Ultima Underworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds, by streamlining their mechanics into a more "integrated whole". Critics praised System Shock and hailed it as a major breakthrough in its genre. It was later placed on multiple hall of fame lists. The game was a moderate commercial success, with sales exceeding 170,000 copies, but Looking ...more...

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G Suite

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G Suite

G Suite (formerly Google Apps for Work and Google Apps for Your Domain) is a brand of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed by Google, first launched on August 28, 2006 as "Google Apps for Your Domain".[1] G Suite comprises Gmail, Hangouts, Calendar, and Google+ for communication; Drive for storage; Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, and Sites for collaboration; and, depending on the plan, an Admin panel and Vault for managing users and the services.[2][3] It also includes the digital interactive whiteboard Jamboard.[4] While these services are free to use for consumers, G Suite adds enterprise features such as custom email addresses at a domain (@yourcompany.com), option for unlimited cloud storage (depending on plan and number of members), additional administrative tools and advanced settings, as well as 24/7 phone and email support.[3] Being based in Google's data centers, data and information is saved instantly and then synchronized to other data centers for ba ...more...

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Netscape

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Netscape

Netscape is a brand name associated with the development of the Netscape web browser. It is now owned by Oath, Inc., a subsidiary of Verizon. The brand belonged to the Netscape Communications Corporation (formerly Mosaic Communications Corporation), an independent American computer services company, whose headquarters were in Mountain View, California, and later Dulles, Virginia.[2] The browser was once dominant but lost to Internet Explorer and other competitors after the so-called first browser war, its market share falling from more than 90 percent in the mid-1990s[3] to less than 1 percent in 2006.[4] Netscape is credited with creating the JavaScript programming language, the most widely used language for client-side scripting of web pages. The company is also known for developing SSL which was used for securing online communications before its successor TLS took over.[5] Netscape stock traded from 1995 until 1999 when the company was acquired by AOL in a pooling-of-interests transaction ultimately wor ...more...

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Defragmentation

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Defragmentation

Visualization of fragmentation and then of defragmentation In the maintenance of file systems, defragmentation is a process that reduces the amount of fragmentation. It does this by physically organizing the contents of the mass storage device used to store files into the smallest number of contiguous regions (fragments). It also attempts to create larger regions of free space using compaction to impede the return of fragmentation. Some defragmentation utilities try to keep smaller files within a single directory together, as they are often accessed in sequence. Defragmentation is advantageous and relevant to file systems on electromechanical disk drives. The movement of the hard drive's read/write heads over different areas of the disk when accessing fragmented files is slower, compared to accessing the entire contents of a non-fragmented file sequentially without moving the read/write heads to seek other fragments. Causes of fragmentation Fragmentation occurs when the file system cannot or will not all ...more...

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Development of Windows Vista

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Development of Windows Vista

Development of Windows Vista occurred over the span of five and a half years, starting in earnest in May 2001,[1] prior to the release of Microsoft's Windows XP operating system, and continuing until November 2006. Microsoft originally expected to ship the new version sometime late in 2003 as a minor step between Windows XP (codenamed "Whistler") and Windows 7 (codenamed "Blackcomb" and "Vienna"). Vista's original codename, "Longhorn", was an allusion to this plan: While Whistler and Blackcomb are large ski resorts in British Columbia, Longhorn is the name of a bar between the two mountains that Whistler's visitors pass to reach Blackcomb. Gradually, Windows "Longhorn" assimilated many of the important new features and technologies slated for "Blackcomb", resulting in the release date being pushed back a few times. Many of Microsoft's developers were also re-tasked with improving the security of Windows XP. Faced with ongoing delays and concerns about feature creep, Microsoft announced on August 27, 2004 th ...more...

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Features new to Windows 7

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Features new to Windows 7

Some of the new features included in Windows 7 are advancements in touch, speech,[1] and handwriting recognition, support for virtual hard disks, support for additional file formats, improved performance on multi-core processors,[2] improved boot performance, and kernel improvements. Shell and user interface Windows 7 retains the Windows Aero graphical user interface and visual style introduced in the operating system's predecessor, Windows Vista, but many areas have seen enhancements. Unlike Windows Vista, window borders and the taskbar do not turn opaque when a window is maximized when Windows Aero is active; instead, they remain translucent. Desktop The Desktop Slideshow feature in Windows 7. Themes Support for themes has been extended in Windows 7.[3] In addition to providing options to customize colors of window chrome and other aspects of the interface, including the desktop background, desktop icons, mouse cursors, and sound schemes, the operating system also includes a native desktop slides ...more...

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List of filename extensions (S–Z)

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List of filename extensions (S–Z)

This alphabetical list of filename extensions contains standard extensions associated with computer files. A–E F–L M–R /t- S Ext. Description Used by S$$ Temporary sort file Sprint S ASSEMBLY source code file unix S Multi Edit macro file source Multi Edit S MSTS Shape file MSTS S19 Motorola ASCII format of executables S1K S1000 Simnet Format S3I Digiplayer/ST3 Sample File Digiplayer - ST3 S3M Music (16 channels) Scream Tracker 3.0 - DMP S7I Seed7 library / include file Seed7 interpreter and compiler SA? Packed mail FTN software SAB Saber file Star Wars: Jedi Knight Jedi Academy SAF see SAIF SAFE SafeIT Encrypted SAIF Spatial Archive Interchange Format SAL Datafile SORITEC SAN LucasArts' SMUSH/INSANE animation SAM Ami Pro data file Ami Pro SAM Text file Samna - Lotus Ami/Ami Pro SAP Atari SAP music format SAR Archive SAR SAS SAS Program File SAS System SAT ACIS A ...more...

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Monster Hunter: World

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Monster Hunter: World

Monster Hunter: World[a] is an action role-playing game developed and published by Capcom. A part of the Monster Hunter series, it was released worldwide for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in January 2018, with a Microsoft Windows version being scheduled for August 2018. In the game, the player takes the role of a Hunter, tasked to hunt down and either kill or trap monsters that roam in one of several environmental spaces. If successful, the player is rewarded through loot consisting of parts from the monster and other elements that are used to craft weapons and armor, amongst other equipment. The game's core loop has the player crafting appropriate gear to be able to hunt down more difficult monsters, which in turn provide parts that lead to more powerful gear. Players may hunt alone, or can hunt in cooperative groups of up to four players via the game's online services. Announced at E3 2017, Monster Hunter: World adopts the series' standard formulas from its older home console roots and recent handheld games t ...more...

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Context switch

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Context switch

The process of a Context Switch In computing, a context switch is the process of storing the state of a process or of a thread, so that it can be restored and execution resumed from the same point later. This allows multiple processes to share a single CPU, and is an essential feature of a multitasking operating system. The precise meaning of the phrase “context switch” varies significantly in usage. In a multitasking context, it refers to the process of storing the system state for one task, so that task can be paused and another task resumed. A context switch can also occur as the result of an interrupt, such as when a task needs to access disk storage, freeing up CPU time for other tasks. Some operating systems also require a context switch to move between user mode and kernel mode tasks. The process of context switching can have a negative impact on system performance, although the size of this effect depends on the nature of the switch being performed. Cost Context switches are usually computationall ...more...

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Rheinauhafen

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Rheinauhafen

Rheinauhafen (left) as seen from the South: two of the three Kranhäuser already completed, "Kranhaus1" and "KranhausPLUS", designed by Hadi Teherani. In the background: Severin Bridge and Cologne Cathedral The Rheinauhafen (lit. Rheinau harbour) is a 15.4 hectares (38 acres) urban regeneration project in Cologne, Germany, located along the river Rhine between the Südbrücke (Southern Railway Bridge) and Severinsbrücke (Severin Bridge), just south of the inner city's historic old town. The project is set around the actual Rheinauhafen, a formerly commercial harbour developed during the 1880s, and spans 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) in the north-south direction and 200 metres (660 ft) east-west at its widest. Planning for the redevelopment project commenced with an urban design competition during the early 1990s, with construction starting in 2002 and scheduled to be completed by 2011. The project comprises some 15.4 hectares (38 acres) of waterfront land[1] mainly used for offices, cultural institutions, hotels and ...more...

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Israel Summer Time

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Israel Summer Time

Time in the Middle East     UTC+02:00 Eastern European Time     UTC+02:00UTC+03:00 Eastern European Time /Israel Standard Time /Palestine Standard TimeEastern European Summer Time /Israel Summer Time /Palestine Summer Time     UTC+03:00 Turkey TimeArabia Standard Time     UTC+03:30UTC+04:30 Iran Standard TimeIran Daylight Time     UTC+04:00 Gulf Standard Time Light colors indicate where standard time is observed all year; dark colors indicate where daylight savings is observed. Time zone in Israel: yellow Israel Standard Time (UTC+2) Israel Summer Time (UTC+3) Grey colours indicate areas which do not follow either IST or IDT. When IDT starts, clocks advance from 02:00 to 03:00. When IDT ends, clocks retreat from 02:00 to 01:00. Israel Summer Time (Hebrew: שעון קיץ‎ sha'on kayits  "Summer Clock"), also in English, Israel Daylight Time (IDT) is the practice in Israel by which clocks are advanced by one hour, beginning on the Friday before the last Sunday ...more...

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Heavy Rain

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Heavy Rain

Heavy Rain is an interactive drama and action-adventure game developed by Quantic Dream and published by Sony Computer Entertainment as a PlayStation 3 exclusive in February 2010. The game features four protagonists involved with the mystery of the Origami Killer, a serial murderer who uses extended periods of rainfall to drown his victims. The player interacts with the game by performing actions highlighted on screen related to motions on the controller, and in some cases, performing a series of quick time events. The player's decisions and actions during the game affect the narrative; the main characters can be killed, and certain actions may lead to alternative scenes and endings. Game developer David Cage wrote a script of 2,000 pages, acted as director for the four years of development, travelled to Philadelphia to research the setting, and intended to improve upon what was flawed in his previous game Fahrenheit. Composer Normand Corbeil wrote the score, which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios. Heavy R ...more...

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Smartwatch

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Smartwatch

A smartwatch is a touchscreen wearable computer in the form of a wristwatch. While early models could perform basic tasks, such as calculations, digital time telling, translations, and game-playing, 2010s smartwatches have more general functionality closer to smartphones, including mobile apps, a mobile operating system and Bluetooth connectivity. Some smartwatches function as portable media players, with FM radio and playback of digital audio and video files via a Bluetooth or USB headset. Some models, called 'watch phones' (or vice versa), have complete functionality of a typical smartphone.[1][2][3] While internal hardware varies, most have an electronic visual display, either backlit LCD or OLED or Hologram.[4] Some use transflective or electronic paper, to consume less power. Most have a rechargeable battery. Peripheral devices may include digital cameras, thermometers, accelerometers, pedometers, heart rate monitors, altimeters, barometers, compasses, GPS receivers, tiny speakers, and SD cards, which a ...more...

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Line (software)

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Line (software)

Line (styled as LINE) is a freeware app for instant communications on electronic devices such as smartphones, tablet computers, and personal computers. Line users exchange texts, images, video and audio, and conduct free VoIP conversations and video conferences. The service is operated by Line Corporation, a Japanese subsidiary of the South Korean internet search giant Naver Corporation. Line launched in Saharanpur,India in 2011, reaching 100 million users within eighteen months and 200 million users only six months later.[9] Line became Japan's largest social network in 2013. In October 2014, Line announced that it had attracted 560 million users worldwide with 170 million active user accounts.[10][11] In February 2015, it announced the 600 million users mark had been passed and 700 million were expected by the end of the year.[12] It is the most popular messaging application in Japan.[13] It is also popular in Taiwan, Thailand and Turkmenistan.[14][13] Line was originally developed as a mobile application ...more...

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List of Steven Universe episodes

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List of Steven Universe episodes

Steven Universe is an American animated television series created by Rebecca Sugar for Cartoon Network. The series revolves around Steven Universe (voiced by Zach Callison), who protects his hometown of Beach City alongside Garnet (voiced by Estelle), Amethyst (voiced by Michaela Dietz) and Pearl (voiced by Deedee Magno Hall), three magical alien guardians known as the Crystal Gems. The series was renewed for a fourth and fifth season on March 30, 2016.[1] In June 2018, Cartoon Network suggested in response to a fan question on Instagram that a sixth season of Steven Universe was in production.[2] As of July 6, 2018, 152 episodes of Steven Universe have aired. Episodes have variously been broadcast once a week (most recently on Monday nights), or in blocks of multiple new episodes in the course of a week, which are marketed as "Stevenbombs".[3] Series overview Season Episodes Originally aired First aired Last aired Pilot May 21, 2013 1 52 November 4, 2013 April 16, 2015 2 26 March 13, 2015 Jan ...more...

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