Windows 10’s Cortana now makes it easy to list who’s naughty or nice

Just in time for the holidays, Windows 10’s Cortana has added a new feature: list making, which you can use to add all sorts of shopping items, to-do tasks, and other items as you think of them.

The new feature works on your Windows 10 PC, as well as Cortana for iOS 8.0 or later and the Cortana app for Android 4.4 and later. Microsoft also connected Cortana to its Wunderlist app, allowing access to the lists you already have in that app and easy sharing with friends.

cortana lists primary Mark Hachman

You can create a number of custom lists, too.

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Microsoft really has changed, Linux Foundation chief says

Microsoft made a splash in the tech industry on Wednesday when it announced that it had joined the Linux Foundation as a platinum member. While the move felt like a welcome extension of the tech giant's open source strategy to some, others saw it as a threat to Linux.

Microsoft's addition to the foundation was a positive step for the open-source community overall, Jim Zemlin, the executive director of the Linux Foundation, said in an interview. In his view, adding Microsoft as a foundation member is an important move to further the Linux Foundation's mission, "which is to create the greatest shared technology asset in history."

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