Push notifications on mobile devices have existed for years and, to be honest, they can even be a bit annoying sometimes. But Australian software company Gruntify managed to save one company hundreds of thousands of dollars through its app with the help of notifications.
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I can't fathom the number of quirky tricks Microsoft likely has to employ to make Windows work as well as it does... perhaps even going so far as to skip a version number so the world doesn't explode. Speculation aside, there is one odd behaviour we can put to bed — why do "new" drivers from Microsoft have dates as far back as 2006?
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Over the last few days the tech community has been busy unpacking a new version of Windows, dubbed "Windows Cloud". Microsoft hasn't officially confirmed its existence, but the horse has well and truly bolted after a build of the OS appeared on Twitter.
Shortly after that, people began dissecting the nature of Windows Cloud. And the first thing that popped up was a disturbing message telling users that "the app you're trying to run isn't designed for this version of Windows". So, naturally, people got annoyed. Enter stage right, Tim Sweeney.