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  1. Google celebrates its 12th year
  2. U.S. Wants Easier Internet Wiretap measures
  3. The eternal antitrust case: Microsoft versus the world
  4. Exclusive: Microsoft set to launch Windows Phone 7 devices on October
  5. PS3 jailbreak possible with a Sixaxis or DualShock 3 controller
  6. New Bill Would Require U.S. ISPs to Block Pirate Sites
  7. My Opera Pages Used to Host Malware
  8. Is that Bill Gates staring back at you from Outlook 2010?
  9. Office Updates for Over 20 Million People
  10. Microsoft Salutes the FCC Super Wi-Fi Approval
  11. Technology - Changing Times - Blockbuster files for Bankruptcy
  12. Swiss boot out Linux in favour of Windows 7
  13. Microsoft takes PC vs. Mac trolling to Facebook
  14. Chrome Frame Leaves Beta, All Set to Hijack an IE Near You
  15. IE9 Will Require Windows 7 SP1
  16. Domain confiscation
  17. Microsoft Office 2014 (Office 15) Screenshots and Details Leaked!
  18. Windows 7 and IE9 Advice from Microsoft
  19. Internet Explorer 7 vs Internet Explorer 8 vs Internet Explorer 9
  20. HomeGroup: A practical guide to domestic bliss with Windows 7
  21. MSE available for FREE to Small Businesses in October !
  22. Microsoft Confirms Attacks Targeting Critical ASP.NET Vulnerability
  23. Announcing the availability of windows sbs 7 preview
  24. Nvidia Fermi successor called Kepler, coming next year
  25. Internet Explorer 9 32 bit (x86) vs. IE9 64 bit (x64)
  26. Microsoft: Hardly anyone plays first-person shooters on the PC
  27. Microsoft bringing Zune services to Europe, more
  28. ZoneAlarm Using Scareware Tactics?
  29. Adware Distributed via Bing Sponsored Search Result for Firefox
  30. Intel 25nm flash chips spotted
  31. Intel Gives Core i3, Core i5 Dual-Core Processors K0 Stepping Update
  32. Internet Explorer 9 Comes with Slimmer Frame
  33. 54 Amazing IE9 Websites You Have to Try
  34. Intel selling $50 'upgrade' cards to unlock built-in CPU features
  35. IE9: 5 ways it cuts browser clutter
  36. When Web sites and Web apps collide with IE 9
  37. Microsoft: Hosters Need to Catch Up
  38. SpyEye Botnet’s Bogus Billing Feature
  39. PCI Express 3.0 to go final in November
  40. Is Stuxnet the 'best' malware ever?
  41. Technet Plus changed and Reduced number of Keys to 5
  42. No More Smartphones for Microsoft
  43. Should Intel decide what software we can run?
  44. Quantum Computing Chip Built
  45. Number of Infected Websites Almost Doubled During the Second Quarter
  46. Inside Internet Explorer 9: Redmond gets back in the game
  47. Intel overclocks Sandy Bridge CPU to 4.9GHz
  48. IE9 power tips: the secrets of pinned site shortcuts
  49. Adobe previews 64-bit Flash Player 'Square'
  50. Google Engineer Fired over Privacy Violations
  51. Microsoft Insider News
  52. Bing overtakes Yahoo, and that's not a good thing
  53. Firefox 4.0 Beta 6 Released
  54. Google TV rumored to be launching on October 17
  55. Patch Schedule Announced for Actively Exploited Adobe Reader Vulner...
  56. Internet Explorer 9 beta: The beauty of the web
  57. HP buys security Firm ArcSight
  58. New Adobe Flash Attack -Fix is out
  59. Microsoft: IE9 Is the First and Only Browser to Deliver Full Hardware
  60. Intel "Sandy Bridge" hybrid graphics won't support DirectX 11
  61. Microsoft Says Malware Plays Starcraft 2.
  62. Intel and a 22nm Chip
  63. There's more than one way to migrate to Windows 7
  64. Microsoft, Adobe: PDF security flaw treatable
  65. Alleged 'Facebook' burglars busted in US
  66. Imagine a world with no cyber secrets
  67. Use EMET 2.0 to block Adobe Reader and Acrobat 0-day exploit.
  68. Leaked pictures from SP1 beta
  69. booby-trapped e-mail Worm Spreads Rapidly Across the World
  70. Binary Planting Attacks Extend to EXE Files
  71. Windows Live Messenger dominating Facebook, Twitter nonexistent
  72. Windows 8 Feature Wish List Item: the Uberbar
  73. ie 9 Full Hardware Acceleration of All Web Page Content
  74. Microsoft legal punch may change botnet battles forever
  75. Emerging Malware Issue: Visal.B
  76. Microsoft Patch Tuesday for September 2010: nine bulletins
  77. Microsoft's next-generation VOIP/conferencing client to debut as Lync?
  78. Firefox 4.0 pre-Beta 6 Builds Get New JavaScript Engine
  79. Apple Relents on Flash-derived iPhone, iPad Apps
  80. Are you safe? FBI combats cyber crime on popular social networking....
  81. Critical Adobe Reader Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild
  82. Security flaws haunt Cisco Wireless LAN Controller
  83. Is Oracle Scheming to Buy HP?
  84. Microsoft apologizes for spate of recent Online Services outages
  85. Microsoft Releases Free Cyber-Security Ebook
  86. Microsoft investigates public IE CSS XSS flaw; Twitter, Hotmail vulner
  87. Microsoft and Internet for All
  88. Google Instant
  89. Cisco, Citrix team to push desktop virtualization
  90. Internet Explorer 9 UI Video Leaked
  91. New Worm Locks Documents with Password.
  92. Microsoft start advertising Internet Explorer 9 beta
  93. HP: Mark Hurd is violating our trade secrets as part of Oracle
  94. Move from XP to Windows 7 with the Automated Physical-to-Virtual .....
  95. Firefox 4.0 Beta 6 UI Evolution Brings All-in-One Go Stop Reload.....
  96. Firefox 4.0 beta 5 released
  97. Microsoft Still Investigating Old IE Bug
  98. Microsoft P2V Migration tool beta
  99. Download Pre-SP1 Windows 7 Performance and Compatibility Boosts
  100. Webroot warns on political Koobface data hijack
  101. Windows 7 Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.6 Hotfix Release
  102. No 64-bit (x64) Firefox 4.0, 32-bit (x86) Only – List of Supported....
  103. Same Markup: Using , , and
  104. Add-ons, Installation Experiences, and User Consent
  105. Toward a Culture of Security Measurement
  106. Microsoft - Safer Online Links.
  107. Windows 7 Family Pack back for the Holidays -
  108. Firefox 4.0 Starts Losing Features, Account Manager First to Go
  109. Exploring IE9's Enhanced DOM Capabilities
  110. Memristor revolution backed by HP
  111. Cloud Computing a Catalyst for Server Growth?
  112. Cars: The next hacking frontier?
  113. Windows Live Essentials 2011 / Wave 4 Close to RTM, Reportedly.
  114. Rogue:MSIL/Zeven wants a piece of the M S E's pie
  115. Chrome August's big winner as Internet Explorer resumes slide
  116. “Hilo world” – presenting the Annotator !
  117. Windows Phone 7 – Released To Manufacturing
  118. Internet Explorer Usage Share in August
  119. Intel cuts Core i7 950 price in half, adds new Core i3
  120. Family Pack Returns in time for the Anniversary of Windows 7
  121. Are routerless datacenters in Microsoft's future?
  122. Add-on Performance part 2: Helping consumers make informed decisions
  123. VMware's Maritz virtually pronounces death of Windows
  124. Update on Security Advisory 2269673
  125. Performance, stability fixes arrive for Windows 7, Server 2008 R2
  126. Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Removal Tool 1.0
  127. Microsoft.com attacked 7,000-9,000 times per second
  128. Apple QuickTime backdoor
  129. Google's priority inbox aims to conquer e-mail overload
  130. Microsoft Security Essentials 1.0 and 2.0 Disable Windows Defender
  131. Performance: Profiling how different web sites use browser subsystems
  132. New test build of Windows 7 SP1 goes to select Microsoft partners
  133. Hotmail now supports push email, calendar, and contacts with Exchange
  134. Windows Recession Sweepstakes #8 & 9: The New Hotmail
  135. Intel Buys Wireless Unit of Infineon
  136. Intel's Core 2011 Mobile Roadmap Revealed: Sandy Bridge Part II
  137. The Sandy Bridge Preview
  138. Farewell to ATI, AMD to retire the ATI Brand Later this Year
  139. How to thwart the new DLL hijacks
  140. x64 TDL3 rootkit - follow up.
  141. USB Devices Harbor 25% of All New Worms
  142. Actually, Windows 8 in 2012 and Office 15 in 2014 Make Sense
  143. Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Navigation on Steroids, from the UI to Tabs
  144. TDL3 rootkit x64 goes in the wild
  145. Some Firefox 4.0 UI Elements and Features Could Be Killed
  146. Search Engines Should Become Government Spies, Says EU Parliament
  147. Live Sync/Live Mesh?
  148. Paul Allen's Interval Licensing patent complaint takes aim at Google
  149. Updates to Office Web Apps
  150. Why Intel bought McAfee
  151. Call US & Canada for Free with Gmail
  152. Microsoft Russia shows apparent Internet Explorer 9 interface
  153. Pre-SP1 Performance Boost for Windows 7 DirectX 11 Graphics Platform
  154. Microsoft adds new printing, charting features to Office Web Apps
  155. Download New pre-SP1 Windows 7 RTM Application Compatibility Updates
  156. Is this Microsoft's new Internet Explorer 9 interface?
  157. Windows DLL-loading security flaw puts Microsoft in a bind
  158. Innovative Microsoft Surface NUI Robot Command and Control Center
  159. Microsoft touts 300,000 Windows Phone 7 dev-tool downloads
  160. Macs making bigger enterprise gains than rest of PC market
  161. CPU/GPU combo chip
  162. AMD Announces 8-Core Bulldozer CPU!
  163. Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Is Not MSE
  164. Zero-day Windows bug problem worse than first thought.....
  165. Malware Contributed To Plane Crash?
  166. Non-volatile DIMMs: immortal DRAM?
  167. Security in Microsoft Office 2010.
  168. NAND Prices to Fall Late in 2010 Paving Way for Cheaper SSDs
  169. Microsoft Security Essentials vs. Kaspersky, Avast, BitDefender, Avira
  170. 10 Things Microsoft did wrong in fiscal 2010
  171. Scareware tries to trick marks into dropping defences
  172. Critical and High Vulnerabilities Patched in Chrome
  173. Office 15: What's Microsoft's new mystery application?
  174. Google pays $10,000 to fix 10 high-risk Chrome flaws
  175. With McAfee deal, Intel to bake in security
  176. Apple to Recognize Heartbeat
  177. Intel Readies 25 nm NAND-based X25-M and X25-V SSDs for Q4 2010
  178. Intel, Micron First to Sample 3-Bit-Per-Cell NAND Flash Memory
  179. Next-Generation DDR4 Memory to Reach 4.266GHz
  180. How Microsoft (and 9 others) make their billions
  181. Researcher: 40 Windows Apps Affected by Critical Flaw
  182. Windows 8 Evolution Needs to Take It Beyond Windows 7
  183. It's Official: 7 is a success and XP is on the decline...
  184. Intel in $7.68bn McAfee takeover
  185. Yahoo to close SearchMonkey as Microsoft search integration proceeds
  186. Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Cool New Features
  187. MSE 1.0 Earns High Scores from AV Testing Fi
  188. Security Advisory for Adobe Reader and Acrobat
  189. Thousands of Recently Compromised Websites Waiting to Attack
  190. Windows 7 Crashes Caused by Some Media and Storage Devices
  191. Windows 7 Almost Twice as Many Users as Vista
  192. Windows Live Essentials 2011 beta 2 available now
  193. Thecus Sells 10Gb Ethernet PCI Express Adapter
  194. Short passwords 'hopelessly inadequate', say boffins
  195. Windows 8 Direct Computing Experience
  196. Copying the Seven Forums Model?
  197. Verizon Reaches Nearly 1Gb/Sec Speed
  198. Windows Live Hotmail Wave 4 Frequently Experienced Issues
  199. Rogue Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool Used to Push Scareware
  200. Windows 8 Will Be the Beginning of the End for 7
  201. Windows 7 Random Freezes Fix Available
  202. Microsoft: Record number of bug exploits expected
  203. Internet Explorer Turns 15 Just Ahead of IE9 Beta
  204. Oracle sues Google over Java
  205. MSE earns prestigous August Virus Bulletin 100 Award
  206. Zeus trojan virus
  207. MS Warns of Attacks Targeting the Windows Service Isolation Feature
  208. Microsoft execs downplay talk of possible PC demand slowdown
  209. Microsoft: IE9 beta coming September 15
  210. What's in store for IE9 beta?
  211. Windows Live Essentials 2011 Beta 2 due next Tuesday
  212. Don't bury your head in a security sandbox.
  213. Microsoft Office 2010 File Compatibility
  214. Windows 7 memory usage: What's the best way to measure?
  215. Firefox 4.0 beta 3 released
  216. New Windows kernel mode flaw points to future attack vectors
  217. New Antimalware Engine is planned for release on 16 Aug 2010
  218. Researchers: Browsers' Private Modes Leak Data
  219. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for August 10, 2010
  220. IE8 Just as Secure as Firefox and Chrome, Says Security Expert
  221. Microsoft keeps Mac vs. PC battle going on Windows 7 website
  222. Adobe to fix Reader hole unveiled at Black Hat
  223. Hands-on preview: Windows 7 Phone
  224. Microsoft probes new Windows kernel bug
  225. Waiting for an Internet security fix? Don't hold your breath
  226. Australian IP filter discussion
  227. Windows 8 NUI Beyond Multi-Touch
  228. Mozilla Plans Silent Updates for Firefox
  229. Firefox 4.0 Beta 3 Download a Taste
  230. MS to Set Security Patch Record
  231. UK: Too Complicated to Upgrade from IE6
  232. Give away by billionaires.
  233. Adobe Confirms New Adobe Reader Zero-Day Bug
  234. Opera 10.61 and Opera 10.70 Built in Parallel
  235. Touch isn't Microsoft's only next-generation interface technology
  236. Microsoft turns on Visual Studio LightSwitch
  237. Google is waving goodbye to Google Wave
  238. Microsoft releases fourth and final IE 9 Platform Preview
  239. Automatic IE8 Privacy Tough on MS Profits
  240. Anti-virus Products Mostly Ignore Windows Security Features
  241. Windows 8, a Repeat of Windows 7
  242. Windows 7 overtakes Windows Vista in market share
  243. No LNK Patch for XP SP2
  244. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for August 2010
  245. Did you know: Microsoft Office is licensed for two PCs?
  246. Koobface Gang Begins Tracking Its Victims
  247. Report: In IE8, Web ads won out over privacy
  248. Malware: It's not just for illicit websites anymore
  249. Info on 100M Facebook Users Harvested and Posted in Torrent -- Legally
  250. Nanotechnology Delivers Revolutionary Pumpless Water Cooling