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  1. What's behind Microsoft's pending reorg?
  2. Microsoft loses 'SkyDrive' trademark case in EU
  3. Microsoft to shut down TechNet subscription service
  4. This e-mail will self-destruct in five seconds
  5. Microsoft confirms Internet Explorer 11 is coming to Windows 7
  6. Google gooses Chrome with network speed-boost idea: 'QUIC'
  7. Microsoft makes Windows Azure services generally available
  8. W8.1 Preview now available on Technet
  9. Microsoft delivers new Visual Studio 2013 and .Net 4.5.1 previews
  10. ZDNet introduces India edition, writers
  11. New Firefox earns full WebRTC
  12. Microsoft to send Bing to school this year
  13. ISPs to include porn filters as default in the UK by 2014
  14. Internet Explorer 10 Provides Safer Browsing
  15. Gigabit Wi-Fi: 802.11ac is here: Five things you need to know
  16. Samsung Ativ Q tablet runs both Windows 8 and Android
  17. XBOX One - Microsoft-pulls-180-removes-restrictions
  18. Microsoft delivers biggest update to date to TypeScript
  19. Nvidia to license its graphics
  20. AMD to launch its first ARM chip
  21. Microsoft killing off Outlook.com linked accounts in favor of aliases
  22. Skype launches video messaging to all users
  23. Microsoft revs speedier, smarter speech recognition for phones
  24. The build up to Microsoft's Build 2013
  25. Samsung mass producing speedier solid-state drives
  26. Google is launching Internet-beaming antennas
  27. Google retiring Chrome Frame plugin for old IE
  28. AMD's new APU Kaveri showcased, first with HUMA
  29. Best Buy to open hundreds of Windows stores within its stores
  30. AMD new fx-9000 series CPUs run at 5 Ghz
  31. Why Flash and HTML5 need each other
  32. One-third of Americans now own a tablet, Pew finds
  33. Patch Tuesday: 23 vulnerabilities fixed; IE, Windows, Office
  34. Microsoft backs Windows 7 PC deal for Brits on benefits
  35. Windows XP diehards: Can you survive the April 2014 deadline?
  36. Patch Tuesday: Microsoft to fix one critical Internet Explorer flaw
  37. AMD breaks from Windows exclusivity, adopts Android and Chrome OS
  38. Fridge fault causes Telstra mobile network blackouts
  39. Why we'll see even more disk drive choice
  40. Ballmer at work on Microsoft restructuring, report says
  41. Tablets to Top Laptops This Year, All PCs in 2015
  42. Google: Security flaws not fixed in a week should be made public
  43. Windows 8.1 Start button SPOTTED in the wild
  44. Microsoft delivers first phase of Lync-Skype integration
  45. Ending the headaches of Wi-Fi
  46. Chrome 27 fixes 14 flaws and enables spoken conversations with Google
  47. New Flickr sets the bar high with 1 TB of free cloud storage
  48. Next Xbox reveal - Xbox One
  49. IBM takes System/z to the cloud with COBOL update
  50. Why I use Outlook.com for my custom email accounts
  51. Firefox 21 release adds to Social API, closes security holes
  52. Microsoft building touch-screen feature into Chrome
  53. IE10 Up, FF Returns To Second Place
  54. Microsoft confirms Blue to be free for existing Windows 8 users
  55. Windows Blue gets official name: Windows 8.1
  56. With Windows Blue, Microsoft may (finally) do the right thing
  57. Google Drive triples free storage to 15GB
  58. Skype updates for Windows Phone 8, Windows desktop
  59. New SkyDrive photo timeline and uploads 2x faster
  60. A perspective: developers vs Microsoft
  61. Windows Kernel. We Are Slower Than Other Operating Systems
  62. India: Government can now snoop on your SMSs, online chats
  63. Microsoft Mulling Nook Media LLC Purchase For $1 Billion
  64. May's Patch Tuesday to fix two critical flaws in Internet Explorer
  65. Google builds push notifications into Chrome, Chrome OS
  66. Microsoft confirms public preview of Windows Blue in late June
  67. Windows 8 at 6 months: Q&A with Tami Reller
  68. Spam's birthday and Hotmail's closure lead email milestones
  69. Microsoft readies 'Mohoro' Windows desktop as a service
  70. Skype now available for Outlook.com for users in the UK
  71. Intel confirms 'Haswell' chip intro at Computex
  72. It just works: Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition Linux Ultrabook review
  73. Google: More government takedown requests than ever before
  74. Google extension puts Office docs in secure Chrome container
  75. After almost 20 years, GPU benchmarking is moving past FPS
  76. Ubuntu 13.04 Review: Linux for the average Joe or Jane
  77. A Windows 8 rebuild plan for Microsoft
  78. MS released update to previous failed update
  79. Post-PC era spooks Blackstone into dropping Dell bid
  80. Security certificate problem trips up Bing Web site
  81. Under CISPA, companies can't promise to protect your privacy
  82. Microsoft rolling out two-factor authentication across product line
  83. Microsoft's view of the post-PC world: 'I'm not bovvered'
  84. Google services go down, access spotty
  85. The future of digital is… paper
  86. Microsoft's Windows 8 Plan B(lue): Start button back, boot to desktop
  87. The Internet is a surveillance state
  88. Sorry, PC Industry: You’ve Apparently Managed to Perfect the PC
  89. AMD - No DirectX 12
  90. AMD prepping Centurion FX processor to take on Intel Core i7 Extreme
  91. Microsoft pulls security update over software conflicts
  92. Windows 8 has put the world's PC market to sleep
  93. Windows APIs: Microsoft's hidden guide to architecture
  94. Five operating system alternatives to Windows 8 and XP
  95. Fraunhofer tests an LED lamp that will light up your PC at 3 Gbps
  96. Microsoft wins, even if the PC loses
  97. Google Fights FBI's Secret National Security Letters
  98. House committee to amend CISPA in secret, again
  99. Intel confirms USB bug in 'Haswell' chipset
  100. Flash: Back from the dead again?
  101. Windows 7 without SP1 is out; Visual Studio 2012 Update 2 is in
  102. WebKit fracture puts a pinch on open-source browser efforts
  103. Micron’s 320GB/sec Hybrid Memory Cube comes to market in 2013...
  104. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for April 9th 2013
  105. When will Microsoft pull the plug on your version of Windows or Office
  106. Blink, Google's new Chrome browser engine, comes to life
  107. Firefox 20 improves private browsing, fixes three critical flaws
  108. Hard drive prices - and innovation - decline
  109. Latest OS share data shows Windows still dominating in PCs
  110. Countdown clock: Microsoft marches toward its Messenger phase-out
  111. Dell blames 'uncertain adoption' of Windows 8 for some of its financia
  112. Why Windows Blue heralds the death of the desktop
  113. Google Chrome takes spell checking into the cloud
  114. Microsoft's Office 'Gemini': Windows Blue's twin
  115. Microsoft working to bring natural language, speech input to Excel
  116. Google Glass: Expect widespread usage bans over privacy concerns
  117. Microsoft: Australians think our pricing is fair
  118. Flash memory chip built out of single-atom-thick components
  119. Google undeletes RSS extension for Chrome browser
  120. Google scraps Chrome's RSS extension along with Reader
  121. Windows 7 SP1 to start rolling out on Windows Update
  122. The Non-Touch Windows 8 Offers a Worse Experience than Windows 7, Says
  123. A hidden Patch Tuesday gem: A Windows 7 hotfix rollup
  124. Outlook, Hotmail are back up following lengthy outage
  125. Start8 and ModernMix -- Windows 8's last, best hope for normality
  126. Windows 7 RTM (with no service pack) will no longer be supported as of
  127. FBI 'secretly spying' on Google users, company reveals
  128. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notice March 12th 2013
  129. Why Moore's Law, not mobility, is killing the PC
  130. Microsoft pulls last lever, discounts Windows 8 to OEMs to spark sales
  131. Google to add password sync to new version of Chrome
  132. Office 2013 now transferable
  133. Microsoft fined by European Commission over web browser
  134. Seagate stopping production of 7,200rpm laptop hard drives...
  135. 30 years of PCWorld, 30 pivotal moments in PC history
  136. How SSD power faults scramble your data
  137. Microsoft's Windows Blue may have just hit milestone 1
  138. Microsoft launches updated Office 365 for business users
  139. The best Windows browser today: IE 10 or Chrome 25?
  140. Reminder – Register & Redeem Windows Upgrade Offer promo by Feb 28th
  141. IE10 for Windows 7 Globally Available for Consumers and Businesses
  142. Mid-2013 expansion for Internet names targeted
  143. Outlook.com outage leaves users locked out of accounts
  144. Microsoft admits was hacked, and for an unknown period of time!
  145. Microsoft’s Cloud Goes Dark Across the Globe
  146. Pointers on Microsoft's Hotmail phase-out
  147. Google launches Chrome app launcher for Windows
  148. Coming Soon: Holographic hand motion technology
  149. Office 2013 and Office 365 installations and transferability
  150. Microsoft moves Outlook.com out of preview
  151. Microsoft's Outlook takes aim at Google's Gmail
  152. Facebook had a Sophistocated security hacker problem
  153. Microsoft preps early delivery of IE10 for Windows 7
  154. Ex-Microsoft Exec Attacks Ballmer, Gates
  155. Time to install SP1
  156. Skype rolls out 6.2 updates for Windows, Mac
  157. Opera embraces WebKit in browser brain transplant
  158. Intel: 'Packet of death' problem 'isolated to a specific manufacturer'
  159. Apple, Microsoft, Adobe summoned by Australia pricing inquiry
  160. Windows Live Mesh users must switch by Wednesday
  161. Linux Foundation releases Windows Secure Boot fix
  162. LibreOffice 4.0 Released
  163. What is "Super Wi-Fi?"
  164. Chrome, Firefox now on speaking terms
  165. Bing rolls out five apps for Office 365 and Office 2013
  166. Fujitsu develops new data transfer protocol that is 30 times faster
  167. Richer Google Now notification system arriving in Chrome
  168. Samsung Laptops Bricked by Booting Linux Using UEFI
  169. Students to get Windows 8 upgrade discount
  170. Office 365 updates for new business users not until February 27
  171. Microsoft to launch the new Office commercially on January 29
  172. Eight Pro downgrade rises Feb 1 to $99, now $30 via NewEgg
  173. Direct X 11.1 not available for Win7, only Win8
  174. Microsoft: Grasping touch in enterprise productivity
  175. Microsoft profit dips despite Windows 8 sales boost
  176. Employee Outsources HIS Work to China - !!!
  177. Microsoft Surface Pro expected to arrive in 'weeks'
  178. Why does crapware still exist?
  179. Google touts speech in new Chrome beta, releases API for devs
  180. The BIG browser benchmark (January 2013 edition)
  181. More Than 3 Out of 4 Enthusiasts Reject Windows 8
  182. OWC is readying a 2TB, 3.5-inch form-factor workstation SSD for 2013
  183. Firefox 19 betas: Built-in PDF viewing, broader Android reach
  184. FCC plans to free up spectrum, boost Wi-Fi speeds
  185. Improved sharing & new HTML5 features for SkyDrive.com
  186. Microsoft to kill the Messenger on March 15
  187. IonMonkey delivers a faster Firefox
  188. 2013: The year tablets finally outsell notebooks?
  189. 2013: The year Gigabit Wi-Fi arrives
  190. Nvidia announces project SHIELD
  191. Double-speed USB 3.0 to arrive next year
  192. Intel to unveil Limited Edition (<10W) Ivy Bridge CPUs at CES
  193. If you think SATA III is slow, then here's a solution
  194. Facebook And Microsoft Are Working On A Deal, And It Could Change Ever
  195. Microsoft contributing to WebKit in order to improve html neutrality.
  196. Microsoft phasing out its Expression design tool suite
  197. support for booting Linux on Windows 8 PCs delayed
  198. Microsoft trying to fix post-Patch Tuesday OpenType rendering problem
  199. Cheap Windows 8 upgrade may now require your Windows 7 key
  200. Instagram says it now has the right to sell your photos
  201. How 'free trial' web offers can be credit card traps
  202. *psst* Intel to acquire Nvidia. (but you didn't hear it from me)
  203. Microsoft to retire Live Mesh PC-sync service in February 2013
  204. Microsoft's SkyDrive app comes to Xbox 360
  205. How and why Gmail and Chrome crashed yesterday
  206. Intel committed to CPU socket, for now.
  207. Microsoft slashes orders for Surface
  208. Microsoft provides more details on Office 2013 price & license changes
  209. How to decide: should you upgrade to Windows 8?
  210. Win 7 still tops
  211. NAND flash gets baked, lives longer
  212. AMD branching out to solid state drives with Radeon-branded SSDs?
  213. Are SSDs the new RAM for boosting system performance?
  214. Use'cloud browsers' for large-scale, anonymous computing
  215. Rumor - Microsoft to Release Windows Blue, the First Free Windows Ever
  216. Intel 'preparing' to put an end to user-replaceable CPUs
  217. So you think XP is the longest running OS -- It's actually W 3.11
  218. Tablet display shipments jump, top laptops in October
  219. Windows XP is a ticking time-bomb with only 500 days to go
  220. 339 Gbps Network Data transfer! Wow
  221. Mozilla Abandons 64-Bit Firefox Development for Windows for Now
  222. World’s oldest original working digital computer gets a reboot
  223. 1 Terabyte optical Disc coming soon
  224. Like? New Firefox adds Facebook integration
  225. Future touchscreens could listen to your fingers
  226. Personal computing in the future: of mice and keyboards
  227. "Well below expectations" Windows 8 sales
  228. DirectX Platform Update for Windows 7 (PRE-RELEASE version)
  229. Secure Boot Arrives
  230. Who is Julie Larson-Green? Meet the new head of Windows
  231. IE10: Fast, Fluid, Perfect for Touch, and Available Now for Windows 7
  232. Windows head Steven Sinofsky leaves Microsoft
  233. 2012 in Review: Tech Turkeys of the Year
  234. Microsoft says no DirectX 11.1 for 7 users
  235. Windows 8 is a one way street for consumer PC users
  236. Microsoft patent spies on consumers to enforce DRM
  237. Microsoft's Midori operating-system skunkworks project soldiers on
  238. Microsoft ditches Windows Live Messenger for Skype
  239. Gmail finally overtakes Hotmail as world's top email service
  240. Top 5 Browsers From Oct 2011 to Oct 2012
  241. How do you get the best deal on a Windows 8 Pro upgrade?
  242. Windows 7 keeps growing in popularity over XP
  243. Microsoft sued over Windows Live Tiles - Win 8 + Phone
  244. Infographic: Who's making the move to Windows 8?
  245. Windows XP turns 11, still not dead yet
  246. Turning to the past to power Windows' future: An in-depth look at WinR
  247. DRAM errors: from soft to hard
  248. Things are getting very small
  249. No plans for Windows 7 SP2
  250. Microsoft legalizes collection of user info from its free services