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  1. How a Comcast-Time Warner Merger Will Make Your Cable and Internet Wor
  2. Microsoft Abandons Windows 8.1
  3. 44 percent of Twitter users have never tweeted, says report
  4. Sony warns users its Vaio Fit 11A may burst into flames
  5. Join us for Tuesday’s webinar: All about watermarks
  6. Proposed law seeks to make retailers financially responsible for data
  7. 5 tips for running Windows XP relatively safely
  8. 9 new Windows themes take you around the world
  9. Send off Windows XP by blowing it up with Microsoft's help
  10. Microsoft ends support for custom domains in free email service
  11. Intel culls 1,500 staff as it struggles to win PC market battle
  12. Forget the XPocalypse: Sticking with Windows XP can be a smart move
  13. Firefox OS 2.0 UI Gets Exposed, Looks Pretty
  14. Was Windows 8 a Mistake? Microsoft Seems to Think So
  15. Internet Explorer 11 Now Helps Customers Stay Up To Date
  16. Wi-Fi Protected Setup now supports NFC for tap-to-connect access
  17. Microsoft shows off next-gen Windows for connected cars
  18. April 2014 Internet Explorer Updates
  19. Windows XP No-Support Deadline Has Arrived -- Ignore At Your Peril
  20. UK Government Pays For Extended XP Support
  21. Windows XP still going strong despite looming end of support deadline
  22. USB-IF posts first photos of new reversible Type-C connector
  23. Microsoft's universal Windows apps run on tablets, phones, Xbox, and..
  24. Barking and Dagenham switches from Windows XP to Google Chromebooks, s
  25. MS Bringing Back Start Menu (again), Making Windows Free
  26. Microsoft to highlight its 'One Windows' progress at Build 2014
  27. Still on Windows XP? Here’s Some Bad Advice
  28. Revealing Kinect for Windows v2 hardware
  29. NVIDIA Introduces the new GeForce GTX Titan Z
  30. Windows 7 ISO downloads links down again for 5 days
  31. Microsoft to rebrand 'Windows Azure' as 'Microsoft Azure'
  32. Microsoft Sweetens 'Buy a New PC' Deal for Windows XP Users with $100
  33. Intel returns to its roots with slew of overclocker-friendly CPUs
  34. Remember the desktop PC? Intel is trying to reinvent it
  35. Microsoft revises privacy policy in wake of Hotmail search case
  36. DirectX 12 What's the big deal?
  37. Microsoft SQL Server 2014 released to manufacturing
  38. Many banks paying Microsoft big bucks to support Windows XP-based ATMs
  39. Microsoft delivers free OneNote for Mac and Windows
  40. Why Have Most Windows 8 Users Not Upgraded to Windows 8.1?
  41. Microsoft To Launch $6.99/Month Office 365 Plan For Individuals
  42. Nvidia: EOL Windows driver support for legacy products
  43. $310 million DRAM price fixing settlement could get you $10
  44. Happy 25th Birthday Interwebs!
  45. Intel's new 1.6Tbps optical cabling leave copper in the dust
  46. Microsoft brings Office 365 data to Android apps
  47. Mozilla changes focus and hands Persona over to community
  48. A rainbow of Windows themes
  49. Steve Ballmer's temper tantrum over Nokia buyout led to his firing...
  50. Microsoft to launch low-cost Windows tablets in India
  51. Tablet slowdown seen after years of breakthrough growth
  52. Microsoft will reveal DirectX 12 later this month
  53. When a monitor just isn't big enough, try Microsoft's SurroundWeb
  54. Steve Ballmer: Thanks to me, Microsoft screwed up a decade in phones
  55. Microsoft Can't Sell Windows 8, So It's Giving It Away
  56. HP bringing back Windows 7 desktops.
  57. Microsoft makes Skype for Outlook.com globally available
  58. Dropbox's new arbitration clause takes away your right to sue
  59. Microsoft Power BI brings big data to the little guys
  60. New Windows XP data transfer tool and end of support notifications
  61. The Internet Is Actually Controlled By 14 People Who Hold 7 Secret Key
  62. Google tries to save the web from the curse of 'infinite scrolling'
  63. Microsoft experimenting with free version of Windows 8.1
  64. Google lets PC users search the web using voice in Chrome
  65. Microsoft rallies Windows for price war with Android
  66. Bing Rewards Members Get OneDrive 100 GB Special Offer
  67. Microsoft to add a standalone Windows Enterprise version
  68. S/MIME encryption now in Office 365
  69. 10 stupid things 'experts' will try to tell you about Microsoft
  70. DirectX & OpenGL to open up low-level access
  71. Nokia launches it's first Android smartphone
  72. Office 2013 Service Pack 1 now available
  73. Facebook throws in towel on email
  74. Mozilla aims for the emerging world with plans for the $25 smartphone
  75. Is there life Microsoft in the automotive space after Ford?
  76. Lync and Skype together - here's how it will work
  77. Netflix Agrees to Pay Comcast to End Traffic Jam
  78. Amazon rival Newegg heading to the UK in March
  79. Microsoft combats Chromebooks by cutting Windows licensing fees by 70
  80. Windows themes: a masquerade for your desktop
  81. Hell no, we won't go: 10 reasons some XP users refuse to upgrade
  82. Facebook buys WhatsApp for $19 billion
  83. Whatever happened to the IPv4 address crisis?
  84. Google Announces Plans To Expand Fiber To 34 Additional U.S. Cities
  85. New website helps users opt out of smartphone tracking
  86. Introducing Office Online at Office.com
  87. Update from SkyDrive to OneDrive now live for Windows Phone 8
  88. OneDrive is Now Available Worldwide
  89. Windows designer explains why Windows 8 is such a mess
  90. Hackers Used Flaw In Internet Explorer In New Attacks
  91. Microsoft extends date for OEM Windows 7 preloads for business users
  92. Towards a world of ambient computing
  93. Microsoft makes advances in fixing Skype chat
  94. PCHelpforum aquired by Designer Media
  95. SkyDrive: New "OneDrive" name, same great service
  96. Multi-Factor Authentication for Office 365
  97. How to get the most from Li-Ion batteries
  98. Paragon Backup & Recovery 2014 Free adds new virtual backup tools
  99. Comcast routers broadcasting free Wi-Fi to neighborhood
  100. Sayonara, VAIO: Sony sells off PC business to focus on mobile
  101. Microsoft starts testing Visual Studio 2013 Update 2
  102. Australians scrap Microsoft XP usage faster than US, UK users
  103. Bill Gates: What Microsoft can learn from its co-founder
  104. Firefox 27: Faster, more secure and more social
  105. Google Now, coming to a desktop near you via Chrome beta
  106. Satya Nadella Officially Named New Microsoft CEO
  107. An Update Regarding OCZ's Warranties
  108. Microsoft gives Access Store apps the general-availability green light
  109. Internet Explorer 11 to get new 'enterprise mode'
  110. Update on InfoPath and SharePoint Forms
  111. "Threshold" to be Called Windows 9, Ship in April 2015
  112. Old-school Wi-Fi is slowing down networks, Cisco says
  113. Two-thirds of Americans surf the Web at less than 10Mbps
  114. Microsoft goes public with what's next for Windows Intune
  115. Microsoft Office Web Apps to be renamed 'Office Online'?
  116. Microsoft rechristens 'SkyDrive' as 'OneDrive'
  117. Microsoft Reports Record Revenue of $24.52 Billion in Second Quarter
  118. SanDisk's ULLtraDIMM is an SSD on a memory stick
  119. The Macintosh is 30 years old today: How Apple changed the desktop com
  120. 2014: The year of Windows 7?
  121. Toshiba has bought OCZ Storage
  122. Changes to LogMeIn Free
  123. Microsoft retracts Windows 7 PC end-of-sales deadline
  124. Remote PC Access Client LogMeIn Cancels Free Service
  125. Super-fast Wi-Fi coming: 802.11ac-2013
  126. HP promotes Windows 7 PC sales; says they are "back by popular demand"
  127. Intel introduces nine new Core i5, Core i7 Haswell mobile processors
  128. ATMs Face Deadline to Upgrade From Windows XP
  129. Appeals Court Strikes Down Open Internet Rules
  130. Windows 7 update prevents crashing
  131. Register now for Build 2014
  132. Microsoft to share Windows Threshold plans at Build 2014 show: Report
  133. New themes… and a peek behind the scenes of the Open Call
  134. Man Jailed for Gmail Invite to Ex-Girlfriend
  135. Nvidia's G-Sync monitor tech makes PC games look smooth as silk
  136. Razer's modular Project Christine makes building PCs as easy as...
  137. Intel Edison is a full computer on an SD card, launching in 2014
  138. Windows 8.1 update images pop up online
  139. Bill Gates becomes world’s richest person again
  140. What's on Microsoft's conference calendar for 2014
  141. A non-Windows OS? Microsoft drops clues
  142. Microsoft 2013 year in review: It was (almost) all about 'Blue'
  143. SATA-IO announces 16Gb/s SATA 3.2 specification
  144. IE11 Virtual Machines Now Available on modern.IE
  145. Microsoft won't name new CEO until early 2014
  146. Windows 9 concept: Saving Windows from itself with a focus on ‘little
  147. Microsoft: Skype runs on Windows Azure; SkyDrive up next
  148. Intel Haswell-E Engineering Sample With 8 Cores and 3 GHz Clock Speed
  149. Mark your calendars: Build 2014 will be April 2-4 in San Francisco
  150. Outlook.com makes it even easier to switch from Gmail
  151. Samsung unveils mSATA version of the 840 Evo solid-state drive
  152. Samsung launches 1TB SSD for Ultrabooks and tablets
  153. New security features added to Microsoft accounts
  154. More on Microsoft's SKU-morphic Windows vision
  155. Microsoft Telepathwords
  156. PC laptops and accidental damage: Best and worst warranties 2014
  157. Microsoft Windows 7 support and sales cutoff dates
  158. Intel unveils 72-core x86 Knights Landing for exascale computing
  159. Mozilla takes another stab at elusive multiprocess Firefox
  160. Advanced Windows Update Notification for December 10th 2013
  161. Beijing leans on Microsoft to maintain Windows XP support
  162. New USB plug coming: Good news, bad news
  163. Microsoft codename 'Threshold':The next major Windows wave takes shape
  164. Windows 7 gains more market share than Windows 8 and 8.1
  165. Microsoft makes sweeping changes to its volume-licensing plans
  166. Office 2013 Service Pack 1 coming early next year
  167. Microsoft releases fix for failed Exchange Server 2013 backups
  168. OCZ Filing for Bankruptcy
  169. 2013 in Review: Tech Turkeys of the year
  170. Microsoft: We aren't going to have three different versions of Windows
  171. Microsoft still open sources more technologies than many think
  172. Western digital releases a new kind of dual hard drive.
  173. Intel talks new strategy by Expanding Atom with SoFIA and Broxton
  174. After 15 Years Of Whipping The Llama’s Ass, Winamp Shuts Down
  175. Microsoft Windows 8.2 Scheduled For January 2014
  176. Microsoft updates SkyDrive for iOS, Facebook
  177. Blubbering Ballmer admits HE was Microsoft's problem
  178. DDR4 Next-gen memory. Next-gen performance.
  179. Google's JavaScript replacement, Dart, hits 1.0 release
  180. Next-gen HTTP 2.0 protocol will require HTTPS encryption...
  181. IE11 Makes Over 40% Web More Secure While Sites Still Work
  182. Intel Creater of New Innovation W.I.L.L.I.A.M
  183. The Gimp abandons SourceForge due to installer wrapper
  184. Google Apps End of support for Internet Explorer 9
  185. How to Plan a Successful Migration to Windows 8.1
  186. Advanced Windows Update Notification for November 12th 2013
  187. IE11 for Windows 7 Globally Available
  188. Microsoft giving away free IT training -- and a job -- to soldiers
  189. Microsoft and Apple unleash thermonuclear war on Google and Android
  190. Microsoft on Kinect on Xbox:You should not expect any level of privacy
  191. Facebook: Removing "Who can look up your Timeline by name"
  192. Skype explains why third-party apps and accessories will die in Dec.
  193. Review : North Korean tablet
  194. FAA to Allow Gadget Use During Takeoff, Landing
  195. Facebook Tests Software to Track Your Cursor on Screen
  196. Mozilla releases Firefox 25, includes Web Audio support
  197. Mysterious floating barge in SF Bay could be secret new Land of Oz
  198. Microsoft erects a giant Surface tablet in the center of London
  199. Apple new free operating system.
  200. Google becomes more valuable than Microsoft,as shares surge past $1000
  201. Windows RT 8.1 update taken offline due to installation issues
  202. Microsoft's new iOS and Android Remote Desktop apps...
  203. European homes now have 100 percent broadband coverage
  204. Google Extending Chrome support for XP users until April 2015
  205. Windows 8.1 now available!
  206. Enterprises will snub Microsoft's faster release tempo by sticking...
  207. On the brink of acceptable battery life in mobile
  208. Google's Terms of Service changes boil down to privacy, security
  209. Fragging wonderful: The truth about defragging your SSD
  210. Easier Browsing for the Blind and Visually Impaired in IE11
  211. Microsoft reportedly wants to replace the cookie
  212. Toshiba: 99 percent of our business sales are Windows 7
  213. Update is available that enables you to delete outdated Windows update
  214. Microsoft updating Skype for new Kindle Fire tablets, iOS 7 devices
  215. Security updates available for Adobe Reader and Acrobat
  216. Microsoft's new mission statement: No more computer on every desk
  217. Everything to know about Windows 8.1 upgrade options
  218. Microsoft rated as America's "most inspiring" company
  219. Mozilla edges closer to replacing Flash with JavaScript
  220. New Cinebench r15 released
  221. Internet Explorer 6 Market Share Finally Falls Under 5%
  222. FAA advisory panel clears Wi-Fi for takeoff
  223. Microsoft opens Windows 8.1 preorders before Oct. 18 launch
  224. Bill Gates Under Pressure to Quit Microsoft
  225. No text? No problem for Chrome's search by image
  226. Microsoft adds subscription-pricing option to its Office Store
  227. Steve Ballmer's intense, tearful goodbye to Microsoft
  228. Microsoft shows off its vision for gesture-controlled PCs
  229. Microsoft company meeting: More on Rio, Moorea and Remix
  230. IPv6 gathering momentum
  231. AMD unveils 'Hawaii' Radeon R7, R9 generation of GPUs
  232. Bill Gates admits Control-Alt-Delete was a mistake, blames IBM
  233. Live Event: AMD GPU 14
  234. Chrome puts NPAPI plugins on death watch
  235. Please, let Windows XP die with dignity
  236. Google to replace cookies with anonymous identifier for ad tracking?
  237. IE11 Release Preview for Windows 7 Now Available
  238. Firefox 24 fixes many serious vulnerabilities
  239. Brazil Looks To Break From US-Centric Internet
  240. Microsoft Revamps Bing, Unveils New Logo
  241. Pricing and Packaging for Windows 8.1
  242. Windows 8.1 Enterprise RTM Now Available To Volume License
  243. Windows XP is the most used OS in eight countries, including China
  244. System Builder: Windows 8 confusion and frustrations
  245. Microsoft fixes bad patch detection
  246. Dell bought out by Michael Dell: going private within months
  247. What's next for Microsoft's MSN.com?
  248. Outlook.com now has IMAP
  249. Microsoft pulls buggy Outlook 2013 update
  250. New version of ie10 released