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The Sea of Tranquility remains tranquil today, but it may not always be so. The site, where Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon 45 years ago this Sunday, has apparently been undisturbed since then. But a growing number of countries, including China and India, are planning moon missions, and new commercial space players may make lunar landings well. Some historians and archaeologists want the areas protected from visitors, both human and robotic, but there is no legal framework for safeguarding anything on the moon.

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The problem is that any move to protect the sites could be seen as an illegal bid to claim ownership of the moon. According to the 1967 Outer Space Treaty signed by the U.S. and 90 other countries, no nation can assert sovereignty over territory on any celestial body. Objects launched into space, however, remain property of the country that put them there. That means that NASA still owns the flags, the lunar modules and rovers and experiments still on the moon. “But the footprints are on the surface, and no country owns that,” O’Leary says.

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Three states—California, New Mexico and Hawaii—have added the artifacts on the moon to their state registers of cultural properties. That action designates the Apollo objects as part of those states’ cultural heritage, conferring some protection to them. “The real trick,” O’Leary says, “is to get nations and states outside of the United States to buy into it.” Many advocates say it’s time to update the Outer Space Treaty or set up a new international agreement on historic preservation in space. They suggest a similar framework as the treaty currently governing the Antarctic, which protects the sites of early explorers and allows visitation only by permit for scientific purposes.

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It's now possible for organizations to load their own templates to Microsoft Azure to access their preferred apps, Microsoft announced on Tuesday . The Azure RemoteApp service had its debut at TechEd and is currently just available as a "preview" test release, but the preview apparently lacked the fundamental ability for organizations to test their own apps by lodging a template in the Microsoft Azure cloud infrastructure. It was an odd omission, since running custom line-of-business apps is one of the top uses for using the Azure RemoteApp service, according to Microsoft.

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The RemoteApp preview includes a demo that provides five minutes of free access to Excel, PowerPoint and Word, with the template for those apps provided by Microsoft. However, more than 300 RemoteApp testers had rallied at Microsoft's forum page to get the ability to install their own custom apps on the service.

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The Azure RemoteApp service allows end users to remotely access an application that's housed in a virtual machine running on Microsoft's datacenter infrastructure. However, Microsoft claims that the end user experience with Azure RemoteApp feels as if the app were running on a local machine. Azure RemoteApp applications can be set up so that they are accessible through the Windows client's taskbar, just like locally installed apps. The service uses Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol to present applications to end users.

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The European Commission has said that while Google addressed its concerns around games with in-app purchasing, Apple has yet to offer a strategy. Following hordes of complaints by outraged parents , the EU asked both companies to implement changes to the way they sell such apps in their stores. Those include not misleading consumers about supposedly "free" games, not "directly exhorting" children to buy in-game items, thoroughly informing customers about payment arrangements and forcing game-makers to provide contact information.

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Google has already said it would implement several of the changes starting at the end of September. For instance, it won't use the word "free" for in-app purchase games; it'll come up with targeted guidelines for games to prevent encouragement of children to buy items; and will implement measures to monitor breaches of EU law.

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Meanwhile, the EU said that Apple has "regrettably" not provided any firm solutions or timetable to address its concerns, though it added that Cupertino has promised to attack the problem. Apple was already forced to implement alerts in iOS 7.1 warning users of in-app buys, following lawsuits and a scuffle with the FCC. It has also implemented other parental controls, as shown in its Parents' Guide to iTunes . Meanwhile, the European Commission said that enforcement is now in the hands of individual EU nations, which will need to decide on their own how to punish developers currently facing legal action.

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Microsoft Corp. ( MSFT:US ) said it will eliminate as many as 18,000 jobs, the largest round of cuts in its history, as Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella integrates Nokia Oyj’s handset unit and slims down the software maker.

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The restructuring, amounting to about 14 percent of its workforce, includes 12,500 Nokia factory and professional positions -- half the number of employees added in the acquisition. At Microsoft, cuts will be in sales, marketing and engineering. The reductions are expected to be completed by June 30, 2015, and will result in a pretax charge of $1.1 billion to $1.6 billion, Microsoft said in a statement yesterday.

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Nadella, who took over from Steve Ballmer in February, is retooling the company’s structure as it seeks to compete with nimbler rivals offering mobile and Internet-based software and services. He’s also working to wring a promised $600 million in annual savings from Microsoft’s Nokia deal, which added 25,000 workers in April, bringing the total to about 127,100.

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SEATTLE, July 17 (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp will slash up to 18,000 jobs, or 14 percent of its workforce, this year as it almost halves the size of its newly acquired Nokia phone business and tries to transform into a cloud-computing and mobile-friendly software company.

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The larger-than-expected cuts, announced on Thursday, are the deepest in the company's 39-year history and come five months into the tenure of Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella. He outlined plans for a "leaner" business in a public memo to employees last week.

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Beyond the Nokia reductions, Nadella gave few clues about where the ax will fall or what areas will receive more funding, saying he will flesh out his plans after Microsoft's quarterly earnings report on July 22.

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