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  1. Aged Windows XP Costs 5x More to Manage Than Windows 7
  2. Microsoft's New Terms of Service to Block Class Action Suits
  3. Today Is Geek Pride Day! Four Reasons to Feel Cheerful About Tech
  4. Microsoft is serious about open source: 10 proof points
  5. FBI quietly forms secretive Net-surveillance unit
  6. Obama Orders Agencies to Optimize Web Content for Mobile
  7. Microsoft: 350 million Windows 7 devices to be shipped in 2012
  8. How Apple and Microsoft Armed 4,000 Patent Warheads
  9. Microsoft Opens Up Its Social Search Site 'So.cl'
  10. Firefox 13 Will Have Reset Button
  11. Facebook's Epic Fail
  12. Researchers Use Calculation Errors To Greatly Improve Processor Speed
  13. Nvidia to power fastest supercomputer
  14. Firefox 13 Gets a Triple Shot of Speed Through ‘Project Snappy'
  15. Raspberry Pi: the $40 PC arrives
  16. What's Next for Wi-Fi? WiGig, 802.11ah Wait in the Wings
  17. Microsoft UK Pricing
  18. Bing Scoops Up 30% of the US Search Market
  19. Why Your Wi-Fi is Slow (And How You Can Fix It)
  20. Introducing the New Bing: Spend Less Time Searching, More Time Doing
  21. Windows RT's Browser Handling is a "Return to the Digital Dark Ages,"
  22. Wi-Fi Alliance to Begin Passpoint Certification Program Next Month
  23. Lenovo Expands Recall of ThinkCentre All-in-ones
  24. Adios, DDR3: Micron Says Its DDR4 DRAM Modules Are Coming In 2013
  25. FBI: We need wiretap-ready Web sites -- now
  26. Virgin: First UK ISP to block Pirate Bay
  27. Just as you learned Windows Live name changes are here!
  28. XBOX and W7 suspended by court in Germany (and it's not Apr 1)
  29. Mozilla condemns CISPA
  30. Home OS by Microsoft
  31. Will Ivy Bridge's Integ. Graphics Ring Death Knell For Discrete GPUs?
  32. Oracle and Google Await Verdict After Final Battle Over Java Copyright
  33. Puppet Masters of the Internet
  34. Moore's Law Nearing Collapse, Says Physicist
  35. The Dawn of Haiku OS
  36. Researchers Announce Huge Quantum Computing Breakthrough
  37. U.S. House passes CISPA ;(
  38. Bing Desktop is available for Windows 7
  39. Windows 8 Consumer Preview vs. Windows 7: Benchmarked
  40. Nvidia says, "It's Coming..."
  41. Vint Cerf, Al Gore Among First Inductees into Internet Hall of Fame
  42. Google Drive Available - 5 Free GB of storage
  43. Limited time offer: SkyDrive free storage upped to 25 GB
  44. Intel launches 3D Ivy Bridge processor
  45. AMD Dropping Support For Pre-HD 5000 Series GPUs in July
  46. Opinion: FCC's Ruling that Google's Wi-Fi Snooping is Legal Sets...
  47. Gmail Outage Left Up to 35 Million Users Hanging
  48. New Net service for privacy - Calyx
  49. Windows 8 marketing simplified with just 3 versions
  50. Seagate CEO Explains Why Flash Won’t Replace Magnetic HDDs Soon
  51. Fifth-Generation Wi-Fi Is Coming: Are You Ready for 802.11ac?
  52. Microsoft roadmap leaks for Office 15, IE 10 and more key products
  53. BT Infinity free 2X speed upgrade
  54. Crucial m4 SSD FW update 000F
  55. U.S. Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple, Hachette
  56. Mainstream Support for Windows Vista Ends Today
  57. The End Is Near
  58. Researcher Creates Cheap, More Efficient Graphene-Based Cooling Method
  59. Man in California Arrest for Counterfeit Copies of Microsoft Office
  60. Jack Tramiel, man behind Commodore, dies aged 83.
  61. CISPA- the new SOPA?
  62. YouTube Rolls Out On-Demand 3D For 1080p Videos
  63. Arizona bill could criminalize Internet trolling!
  64. Hard drives -- IT's workhorse -- ReaD AND ENJOY !!
  65. Internet Explorer Usage Climbs to a Six Month High
  66. Ivy Bridge release
  67. Is Your New HDTV Watching You?
  68. British government planning to monitor all internet and e-mail traffic
  69. today is world backup day!
  70. Adobe's latest critical security update pushes scareware
  71. Best Buy to close stores and cut jobs.
  72. Revised Ivy Bridge launch schedule confirmed
  73. Apple sued by ACCC over 4G iPad claims
  74. Mozilla Sets End of Firefox Windows XP Support
  75. Linux Australia may have a case on Win 8: ACCC
  76. Game sales surpassed video in UK, says report
  77. American ISPs to launch massive copyright spying scheme on July 12
  78. Tiny Cube Might Be Your Next PC
  79. Marvell Rolls Out New SATA 6Gbps Controller for SSDs
  80. Firefox Release For Windows 8 In The Works
  81. Technet subscriptions --Keys to be REDUCED again to 3 in Mid Mar
  82. "Windows 8 Survey: Half Who Have Tried the OS Wouldn't Recommend It"
  83. New Tablet material is the same as for making STRONG VODKA
  84. IBM Holey Optochip can transfer 500 HD films a second
  85. Some info on Ivy Bridge
  86. Kill Switch in Windows 8?
  87. Remove Google Search History Before the New Policy Star
  88. Google to Give Chrome Users a Do-Not-Track Button
  89. White House Unveils Online Privacy 'Bill of Rights' to Protect Users
  90. Court Summons via Facebook!!!!
  91. Bye bye Scroogle - thanks and so long
  92. Cheaper security!
  93. Intel - 3 new Sandy Bridge chips without integrated graphics.
  94. Microsoft doubles support lifespan for consumer Windows 7, Vista
  95. Intel Mashes Wi-Fi And CPU Together, Working On Solar-Powered Chips
  96. This is absolutely amazing
  97. 1,000 Core CPU Achieved: Your Future Desktop Will Be a Supercomputer
  98. Windows 8 New Logo Confirmed by Microsoft
  99. Intel Ivy Bridge shipment delay
  100. SSDs have a 'bleak' future, researchers say
  101. Microsoft May Retire Wavy Windows Logo
  102. New system to "eliminate" batteries
  103. Patent troll claims ownership of interactive Web—and might win
  104. Faster, Safer Chrome 17 Browser Hits Stable Channel
  105. Windows 8 Consumer Preview due February 29: why it's not called beta
  106. Sounds almost sci fi
  107. USER-TRACKING Firefox sparks Mozilla civil war
  108. Google Privacy Issues Let Microsoft Tout IE9's Safeguards
  109. Firefox 11 Beta Bounces into View with Chrome Migration
  110. "Office 15" Begins Technical Preview
  111. Simple mobile add-ons make big money
  112. Deleting of Windows Installer Cache (C:\Windows\Installer\) Files
  113. Data in the Cloud cannot be guaranteed to be secure
  114. Don't forget about ACTA
  115. Intel to sell warranty for overclockers
  116. So Long And Thanks For All The Fish, VGA/DVI
  117. IPv6 are you ready?
  118. Thunderbolt Controller 10 Times More Expensive than USB 3.0
  119. Intel fakes DirectX 11 demo at CES
  120. Web addiction and brain change
  121. Windows 8 totally new tablet touch screen look
  122. SD Association Rolls Out Wireless SD Card Standard
  123. HDMI is the Bee's Knees, Promoters (and In-Stat) Say
  124. ATTENTION Crucial M4 SSD owners
  125. New Power-Saving DevSleep Feature Added To SATA Specification
  126. Lost your Windows discs? How to get replacement media, legally
  127. Broadcom Unveils Next-Gen "5G Wi-Fi" Chips Capable Of Up To 1.3Gbps
  128. HP ordered to repair defective pavilion Elite Desktops
  129. Microsoft bake iE6 cake...
  130. Microsoft sues Comet over OS disk sales
  131. Google’s Jaw-Dropping Sponsored Post Campaign For Chrome
  132. Google want a bigger bite...
  133. Sony Sells LCD Venture Stake to Samsung After Losses
  134. Hackers plan space satellites to combat censorship
  135. Seagate Completes Acquisition of Samsung's HDD Business
  136. A look ahead: 2012 is Microsoft's turning point
  137. Gigabyte Recalls GA-X79-UD3, GA-X79-UD3 And G1.Assassin 2 Motherboards
  138. A new computer for £16 ($25)
  139. Firefox hits the jackpot with almost billion dollar Google deal
  140. Google Chrome's {V16} breakneck pace: innovation or version inflation
  141. RIAA, Homeland Security caught downloading torrents
  142. Western Digital Cuts Hard Drive Warranties – Seagate Follows Suit
  143. AMD to shift focus away from Intel
  144. Internet Pioneers, Security Experts Send Letter Blasting SOPA
  145. Chrome 15 puts IE8 in rear-view mirror, takes No. 1 spot
  146. Security Firm Claims Google Is Conspiring To Kill Off Firefox
  147. Microsoft Releases AMD Bulldozer-Boosting Hotfix
  148. 64-bit Opera, and out-of-process plug-ins. Alpha version out
  149. Internet Explorer to Start Autoupdating
  150. Google Makes Chrome Browser Logins Official
  151. Intel Dispels LightPeak Conspiracy with SuperSpeed USB 3.0
  152. webOS goes Open Source
  153. Download.com "cleans up" Nmap but not other downloads
  154. French firm to Ban internal emails from 2014 Hurrah !!!
  155. On consumer PCs, crapware is still a performance-sapping nuisance
  156. Ivy Bridge Benchmarks, Specifications, and Q2 2012 Release Date Leak
  157. Firefox faces uncertain future as Google deal apparently ends
  158. So, there's a rootkit hidden in millions of cellphones
  159. Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 4: Win 7 users need not apply
  160. SQL Server 2012 (RC)
  161. PCIe 4.0 to Double the Speed of PCIe 3.0
  162. Ruh-Roh: Wi-Fi Could Be Baking Your Sperm
  163. Microsoft Offers Free Starter Edition for PC’s or Portable USB Key
  164. Can Microsoft cure PC makers of the crapware habit?
  165. Will there be a Silverlight 6 (and does it matter)?
  166. Gadgets
  167. Wi-Fi Direct Compatibility Now Part Of The DLNA Streaming Guidelines
  168. DOJ: Lying on Match.com needs to be a crime
  169. Sandy Bridge-E Benchmarks Leaked: Disappointing Gaming Performance?
  170. Regulators "slow to catch up" to Microsoft patent bullying.
  171. FCC Outlines $9.95 Broadband Service for Poor Homes
  172. Flash to Focus on PC Browsing and Mobile Apps; Contribute to HTML5
  173. Internet Explorer Slips Closer to 50 Percent Browser Market Share
  174. IE9 Runner-up to IE8 as Top Browsers on Windows 7 Worldwide
  175. The future is amazing, and Microsoft has video to prove it
  176. HP Backtracks, Says It Will Keep Its PC Division
  177. FCC Moves To Fund Rural Broadband
  178. LSI Announces Agreement to Acquire SandForce
  179. Intel launches the Core i7-2700K
  180. Mozilla and Microsoft release custom Firefox with Bing
  181. Skyrocketing price of mechanical hard drives
  182. Still Rocking Windows XP? Start Planning an Upgrade
  183. Ten years of Windows XP: how longevity became a curse
  184. John McCarthy Father of AI, Dies at 84
  185. Microsoft collects license fees on 50% of Android devices....
  186. Google Takes The "+" Out Of Search
  187. Google now displays your IP address.
  188. Wow 1TB SSD from OCZ
  189. Google Will Soon Encrypt All Your Searches
  190. Researchers Use Table Salt To Increase Hard Drive Density Six-Fold
  191. Facing a data apocalypse: The limitations of digital storage
  192. Dennis Ritchie, father of Unix and C, dies
  193. Skype's future under Microsoft: integration everywhere?
  194. Windows 7 overtakes XP - finally
  195. MS Drops Gadget Support
  196. Bulldozer is out and it sucks
  197. VeriSign Seeks Authorization To Shut Down "Abusive" Websites
  198. TDK Discovers a Way to use Lasers to Double Hard Disc Capacity
  199. x64 Windows 7 SP1 Can Cripple x86 Applications and Services
  200. Microsoft's Skype purchase gets the EC green light.
  201. Steve Jobs has died.
  202. Firefox Keeping Rapid Release, But Adding Silent Update Option
  203. Windows 8 UX Pack for Windows 7
  204. A possible Microsoft-Skype acquisition hurdle and other Microsoft news
  205. Firefox 7 Bug Casts Invisibility Spell on Some Add-ons
  206. Microsoft Removes Gold Certified Partner Over Telephons Scam Claims
  207. Google invites users to "Hangout"
  208. Hard Disk Drive turns 55
  209. Inside Windows Azure: the cloud operating system
  210. Microsoft Kicking Plug-Ins To The Curb In IE10
  211. Windows Server 8, built for a cloud!
  212. Windows 8 Dev release
  213. Windows 8 BUILD Keynote Address
  214. The Last Days of Windows 7
  215. Microsoft's Skype approval may be inching closer(and more news from ..
  216. Office 365, Google Docs go down again, could give pause to the cloud..
  217. Coming soon to SkyDrive Wave 5: Unlimited photos and documents storage
  218. Microsoft Demos Windows 8 Boot Speed
  219. Microsoft eats its own tasty cloud dog food
  220. Bartz is out: will Ballmer come after Yahoo again?
  221. Byte Rights: While You Were Out
  222. Competing visions of the future of personal computing
  223. Microsoft is playing games.
  224. By 2014, less than 20% of devices connected to the Internet will power
  225. OpenDNS, Google, and CDNs Announce Global Internet Speedup Initiative
  226. Mozilla Shows off Firefox Tablet UI
  227. Pricing of RAM to Plunge, Analyst Says
  228. F11 and F12 Don’t Work When Installing x64 Windows 7 SP1
  229. Will Microsoft buy Nokia? Should they?
  230. Samsung denies it will take over HP's Windows PC business
  231. Windows 8 USB 3.0 Support Should Be Backported to Windows 7 via SP2
  232. Windows 7 Connection Drop Intermittently when Using an NVIDIA nForce
  233. Firefox To Drop Version Numbers Entirely
  234. Boost Windows 7 SP1 USB Storage Devices Performance by Increasing Maxi
  235. Solid State Drive Adoption Sees Explosive Growth
  236. How Microsoft thinks about innovation these days (in five slides)
  237. Firefox 8 To Stop Unauthorized Add-ons In Their Tracks
  238. IBM Declares the End of the PC Era
  239. GIGABYTE Announces Entire 6 Series Ready to Support Native PCIe Gen. 3
  240. Windows 7 continues to grow
  241. New, Powered-Up USB Spec In Development
  242. Freedom and privacy, R.I.P.
  243. SATA + PCI Express = SATA Express
  244. Windows 7 Soon To Become The Most Common OS (Finally)
  245. Mass Web Filtering Plans Suspended in UK
  246. New M-Disc Technology Promises Permanent Data Retention
  247. Skype continues to go its own way (this time with video codecs)
  248. Several US ISPs Hijacking & Redirecting Customers' Search Queries
  249. Google vs. Microsoft Isn’t Just a Battle of Products,
  250. Future Firefox Mockups Look Gorgeous, Practical (Pics)