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Microsoft is overhauling its free webmail service, dropping the Hotmail brand, and adopting the name Outlook.com

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...or the time being and has not announced an official release date. While it advises users to upgrade, Hotmail subscribers can stick with the old system if they wish – at least for now.   Related search articles:who is girl in outlook focus? girl on outlook snooki leaked photos 2012 full snooki leaked photos 2012 bellamadalene on hotmail who is the girl in outlook what brand rosehip seed...

Microsoft has announced it quickly found a fix for a serious bug in its Hotmail webmail services

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...Microsoft issued a short statement about the fix and said no further action was needed by customers. Hotmail is the world’s largest web-based email service and Microsoft claims that it has about 350 million users.   Related search articles:MasterCard Compromised 2013 Cristina Fernandez oops artypap@hotmsil com who is the girl in the hotmail home page who is the girl in the hotmail ad i...

Noah’s Ballroom – The Pit a strange and exciting venue at Outlook Festival 2011

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...unta Christo was built in the eighteen hundreds and looks like something from a lost world. The fort is located on a peninsula and is surrounded by Adriatic Sea. During the day sun-soaked beach parties and boat parties are held and during the night the Fort becomes a strange, yet attractive and exciting place.   This year the Outlook Festival 2011 has two new arenas, the moat surrounding Fort...

Ratings agency Moody's has lowered its outlook for the European Union's AAA credit rating to "negative" and warned that the bloc's rating could be downgraded

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Ratings agency Moody’s has lowered its outlook for the European Union’s AAA credit rating to “negative” and warned that the bloc’s rating could be downgraded. Moody’s said the move reflected the negative outlook for the ratings of the EU’s key budget contributors. Earlier this year, Moody’s put ratings of Germany, France, Netherlands and the UK on a negat...

Standard and Poor's has raised its credit outlook for the US economy from negative to stable

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Standard and Poor’s has raised its credit outlook for the US economy from negative to stable. In August 2011, S&P downgraded the US rating one notch from AAA to AA+, but now believes further downgrades are less likely as the economy continues to recover. The news saw the US dollar strengthen 1.3% against the Japanese yen, and 0.2% against the euro. But S&P is still concerned about t...

Fitch Ratings has downgraded the UK’s credit rating from AAA to AA+, owing to a weakened economic outlook

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...vernment’s ‘continued policy commitment to reducing the underlying budget deficit’ is one of the main reasons UK debt now has a <<stable>> outlook. “Though it is taking time, we are fixing this country’s economic problems. The deficit is down by a third (since 2010), a million and a quarter new private sector jobs have been created and the credibility we h...

Moody's has warned the outlook for Germany's AAA credit rating is negative, the first step towards a possible downgrade

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...e in Greece later to assess its progress towards reducing its debts. They must decide whether Greece is eligible to receive 31.5 billion Euros – the last tranche of a 130 billion euro ($158 billion) aid package agreed in March. Greece is behind in its plans to cut spending and debt because its economy is shrinking faster than forecast. Moody's has warned the outlook for Germany's AA...

Standard & Poor's has cut Spain's credit rating and warned of risks to come

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...ake on more debt to support its banking sector. The ratings agency has also placed Spain on negative outlook, meaning there is a risk of further downgrades to come. S&P predicts the Spanish economy will shrink by 1.5% this year, having previously forecast 0.3% growth. In 2013 it expects the economy to contract 0.5%, having previously predicted 1% growth. Standard & Poor's has cut Spai...

With water demand rising, forests and fish stocks declining, and lack of action on climate change, life on Earth may be at risk to an irreversible change

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...ange, life on Earth may be at risk to an irreversible change, the UN warns. The Global Environmental Outlook says significant progress is seen on only four out of 90 environmental goals. Meanwhile, a team of scientists warns that life on Earth may be on the way to an irreversible “tipping point”. The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) urges leaders to agree tough goals at this month’...

Blackberry maker shares have dived after it reported an $84 million loss for Q1 2013

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Blackberry maker shares have dived after it reported an $84 million loss for the three months to June 1st 2013. The figure was better than the $518 million loss for the same period last year, but much worse than analysts’ forecasts. Research In Motion (RIM), based in Ontario, Canada, also said it would post an operating loss for the next quarter running to September. Blackberry shares fell...

Microsoft has launched Office 2013, the new version of its software suite

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...are available from a new Office Store. These include the ability to add Twitter functionality to the Outlook email tool and to consult Encyclopaedia Britannica articles from within Word. Many of these are free, although US firm Sensei Project Solutions is among the first to charge a fee, for its “task analyzer”, which is designed to identify problems or missing information in usersR...

The UK has lost its top AAA credit rating for the first time since 1978 on expectations that growth will remain sluggish over the next few years

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...the global economy and the drag on the UK economy,” Moody’s said. But it added that the outlook for the UK is “stable”, meaning it sees no further downgrades in the near future, and added “the UK’s creditworthiness remains extremely high”. It will massively increase the pressure on George Osborne, from both those who want him to raise taxes and cut spendi...

IMF has cuts its economic growth forecast for China, with weakness in the global economy set to hit exports

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...st economy to grow by “around 7.75%” this year, and at about the same pace in 2014. That is lower than the 8% forecast for 2013 the IMF made in its World Economic Outlook, published last month. The IMF also called for a “decisive impetus to reforms” in the country. Last year, China’s economy grew by 7.8%, its slowest rate for 13 years. In the first three months of thi...

The IMF has cut its forecast for global economic growth at the same time as lifting its UK growth projection

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...expects UK growth of 1.9%, up from July’s projection of 1.5%. The IMF’s upgrades for its outlook on the UK are larger than those it made for any other country in its World Economic Outlook – its twice-yearly assessment of the global economy. It credited recent data indicating higher consumer and business confidence, for the increase. However, it warned that it would still take ye...

The Markit composite PMI, which measures both the manufacturing and services sectors, declined to 50.6 in Germany last month, from 53.3 in February

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...economist at Markit, said the latest data painted a gloomy picture. “The [eurozone] recession is deepening once again as businesses report that they have become increasingly worried about the region’s debt crisis and political instability,” Chris Williamson said. “The unresolved election in Italy was commonly cited as a key factor clouding the economic outlook in March, an...

S&P cut Italy's government debt rating from A+/A-1+ to A/A-1 and said country's economic growth prospects were getting weaker, with planned reforms by the government not expected to help much

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...Just when everyone was waiting for Moody’s to downgrade Italy, S&P gets in first with what is a much more damaging downgrade as its rating of Italy was already the lowest of the three agencies. The S&P move is likely to be very negative for sentiment because whilst the market was expecting a downgrade it was probably not expecting one from an agency with the lowest rating which did n...

Steve Ballmer described Microsoft Office 2013 as the firm's "most ambitious release" to date

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...described Office 2013 as the firm’s “most ambitious release” to date. The software is primed for mobile devices, cloud computing, and social networking. Office is the globe’s most popular productivity application, with a billion users worldwide. It is also Microsoft’s key revenue driver, and keeping it fresh is how the firm intends to maintain its market lead. Through...

According to a document leaked by Edward Snowden, the NSA collects up to 250 million online address books each year

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...stion. For an intelligence analyst, access to such data would allow them to reconstruct a network of who knows whom among criminals and terrorists. Previous Edward Snowden allegations have suggested large-scale NSA spying and attempts to weaken internet encryption. The NSA said that such surveillance is used to combat terrorism, drug smuggling and human trafficking among other crimes. It has alway...

Global PC sales have fallen for the fifth quarter in a row, making it the longest duration of decline in history

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...urn around things. “Slower growth in Europe and China reflect the risks, while the improved US outlook reflects potential improvement. Still, the weakness in emerging markets is a threat to a core long-term growth area,” Jay Chou said. “In addition, while efforts by the PC ecosystem to bring down price points and embrace touch computing should make PCs more attractive, a lot stil...

Edward Snowden, 30, is believed to be currently staying at a Moscow airport

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...handled the Snowden case, which undermined our effort to build the trust needed to manage difficult issues,” he said. In response, Chinese state councillor Yang Jiechi said Hong Kong’s actions were in accordance with its law. “Its approach is beyond reproach,” Yang Jiechi added. The row over Edward Snowden has strained relations between the US and China. Washington wants t...

Kensington Palace has refused to comment on the identity of Prince George’s six godparents

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...tening, that they will do things their way in the 21st century, and choose the people they want. “It is a refreshing modern outlook as long as they don’t overdo it and become Mr. and Mrs. Ordinary, which would take away the magic of the monarchy and could cause people to lose interest.” Kensington Palace has refused to comment on the identity of Prince George’s six godparents In 1948, Prince Char...

India will impose a ban on the use of foreign cloud-based email services to send official communications, before the end of the year

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...ign cloud-based email services to send official communications, before the end of the year “It is imperative in view of the security concerns that exist in other countries,” Kapil Sibal said at the time. One of the minister’s officials has now confirmed the plan is close to implementation. “Our effort will be to operationalise the policy by mid or end-December,” said...

Psychologist Jean Twenge has controversially claimed that there's not really a difference between trying to get pregnant in your late 20’s and your late 30’s

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...d statistic that one in three women ages 35 to 39 will not be pregnant after a year of trying, which is based on a 2004 article in the Human Reproduction journal, which used the historical record as its source. She says that women are now basing their pregnancy plans on these antiquated reports, and should focus on modern studies, that show a more encouraging outlook when it comes to getting pregn...

Toyota has raised its forecast for annual profit as a weak yen and a recovery in sales in the US continue to boost its growth

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Japanese carmaker Toyota has raised its forecast for annual profit as a weak yen and a recovery in sales in the US continue to boost its growth. Toyota now expects to make a net profit of 1.48 trillion yen ($14.8bn) for the current financial year, up from its earlier projection of 1.37 trillion yen. The carmaker raised the outlook as it said earnings for the April to June quarter had jumped 93% f...

ECB has decided to cut its benchmark interest rate to a new record low amid ongoing worries about the eurozone's economy

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...immediate action to promote growth and the creation of jobs because patience with austerity measures is wearing thin in some countries. “Taking these measures is more urgent than anything,” he told a conference in Portugal. “After three years of firefights, patience with austerity is wearing understandably thin.” A cut in interest rates lowers the costs for troubled banks t...