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Microsoft unveils e-mail, calendar, storage and task flow updates in Windows 10 Technical Preview. «We are continuing to make Windows 10 devices with features based on the universal app model,» stated Microsoft’s Terry Mysett.UPDATE 11.55pm: The Taoiseach says he is “very worried” about the tax changes but that the issue “is not going to go away”.
Enda Kenny also says he wants to be able to tell his cabinet colleagues about the plans so that there is adequate time to warn people about them.
Speaking in the Dáil about the changes, the Taoiseach said: “I’m very worried. I’m afraid people will try to raise all the concerns they have and, as we know, they do not have to be supported by legislation.
“They can be raised in general terms. It’s not hard to find them. I don’t feel it would be very helpful for the public to have 20 000 people start shouting all the time.
“We are going to try and give people the time to help them understand. It’s not easy, and I don’t have a magic wand. I don’t know what else I can do, but I’ll certainly try.”
He added: “It’s not going to go away. It’s going to take a good deal of work to get rid of it.”
The Taoiseach said he hadn’t spoken to the Government’s Private Sector Competitiveness Council. “They have never been consulted,” he added.
Earlier: Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has described the proposed tax changes as “an extraordinary thing to do”, and said it is “hard to think of anything in the way of economic policy that we have done that has hit so hard as that”.
Mr Noonan told the Dáil the tax change has “already started causing anxiety and concern in the country”, and he said that the Government is “aware of the strong view that a one-off tax on the purchase of