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  1. FTDI admits to bricking innocent users' chips in silent update
  2. Announcing the Enterprise Site Discovery Toolkit for IE11
  3. At FTC’s Request, Court Shuts Down New York-Based Tech Support Scam Bu
  4. Windows 10 Technical Preview updated, boasts 7,000 changes and fixes
  5. On-demand webcast: Microsoft Cloud Briefing
  6. Outlook.com is testing a new drop down menu
  7. Samsung's 840 EVO update fixes slow reads with old data
  8. Sharing your OneDrive for Business files through email
  9. Pale Moon 25 Major Changes, Add-on Issues
  10. Now easier to find friends and chat using Skype for Outlook.com
  11. Advance Notification for October 14th 2014 Security Bulletin Release
  12. Improved Skype desktop clients for dynamic new chat experi
  13. Microsoft’s FlexSense Project Is A Thin Sensor Layer To Make Your...
  14. New OneDrive iOS App Updates Available
  15. HTTP/2: The Long-Awaited Sequel
  16. W7 Market Share Surges, W8 Series Falls
  17. "What's ahead for Microsoft's Cloud"? on October 20th
  18. Skype will block local calls in India starting November 10th
  19. Need help? Microsoft Stores offer free tech support, PC tune-ups,...
  20. 64-bit Firefox poised to launch in the near future
  21. Skype improves high-definition video call quality
  22. Is this why Microsoft named it Windows 10?
  23. Announcing Office Sway: reimagine how your ideas come to life
  24. Microsoft reveals Windows 10, Well this is awkward!
  25. Windows 7 to Windows 9 Upgrade to Cost $30 – Report
  26. No, Microsoft isn't killing Windows 7 on October 31st 2014
  27. Announcing the return of WinHEC
  28. Apple iPhone 6 Plus bends in buyers' back pockets, launches #bendgate
  29. New Skype Version Improves Audio Quality
  30. Hard Drive Reliability Update – Sep 2014
  31. Give inbox personality with Advanced Rules in Outlook.com
  32. What happens to Windows 7 on October 31, 2014?
  33. Students and teachers: May be Eligible to get Free Office
  34. Internet of Things: 10 unanswered questions
  35. Nvidia's New GeForce GTX GPUs Are All About Energy Efficiency
  36. Toshiba throttling down consumer PC efforts
  37. iPhone Users Now get 30 GB of Free Storage with OneDrive
  38. Bing: Beginning the Next Phase of Image Search
  39. Reports of another wave of layoffs rekindle bad press for Microsoft
  40. Browser comparison: How the five leaders stack up in speed, ease of us
  41. Screenshots of upcoming Office version leaked, new dark theme
  42. Microsoft Announces New Tablet Keyboard, Other Accessories
  43. Microsoft Shakes Up Its Board, Boosts Its Dividend 11%
  44. Microsoft to fundamentally change way Windows is shipping
  45. A SCORCHIO fatboy SSD: Samsung SSD850 PRO 3D V-NAND
  46. Win 9 Release Date: Sept. 30 (?)
  47. Microsoft buys MineCraft
  48. DisplayPort 1.3 details announced
  49. Microsoft pulls September 2014 OneDrive Update for Business
  50. SanDisk unveils 512GB Extreme Pro card
  51. Wire-free PCs, tablets and phones coming in 2015 says Intel
  52. Western Digital readies first 10TB Hard drive
  53. OneDrive now supports 10 GB files
  54. Build the future of the web, one standard at a time
  55. Raspberry Pi Foundation bakes a custom, optimized browser for the $35
  56. Microsoft paying NFL millions to use Surface, but it went downhill
  57. AMD Launches new FX CPU,s
  58. AMD FX-8370 Claims New World Record
  59. Broadcom doubling its mobile Wi-Fi speed with new chip
  60. China gives Microsoft twenty days to respond to antitrust inquiry
  61. Windows 8 gains market share as XP drops slightly
  62. Microsoft increases OneDrive 2GB upload file size limit
  63. The keyboard of the future will know just how you feel
  64. Intel builds 'world's smallest' 3G modem
  65. MSN Messenger to end after 15 years
  66. Emerging standards, and questions, about the Internet of Things
  67. How we’re addressing misleading apps in Windows Store
  68. Windows XP 'Unofficial Service Pack 4' brings updates to Microsoft's..
  69. Intel finally releases Haswell-E Extreme Edition processors
  70. Follow the path to new Windows themes
  71. What went wrong with Microsoft's August updates?
  72. Mozilla's first low-cost smartphone - $33 - £19
  73. HP Laptop Power Cord Safety Recall and Replacement
  74. Why Are PC Sales Up And Tablet Sales Down?
  75. What Microsoft won't tell you about Windows 7 licensing
  76. Retrospective on Aug 14th Visual Studio Online outage
  77. Munich considers switching from Linux back to Windows and Office
  78. Opera Mini Now Default Browser on Microsoft Feature Phones
  79. HP still pushing Windows 7 laptops well into Windows 8's second year
  80. Steve Ballmer Steps Down As Board Member At Microsoft
  81. Internet tops cable TV in subscriber numbers for the first time
  82. Microsoft Azure Services Interruption
  83. 9 things you should know about surge protectors
  84. Android, iOS gobble up even more global smartphone share
  85. Modial Dialog Performance Fix for Internet Explorer [August 14, 2014]
  86. Internet Explorer on Android or iOS? Not in Microsoft's current plans
  87. Windows 'Threshold' tech preview around late September
  88. Microsoft considered renaming Internet Explorer to escape its...
  89. Microsoft Black Tuesday Patches Bring Blue Screens of Death
  90. Microsoft's Visual Studio Online outage hits users worldwide
  91. Announcing new F12 dev tools features in August update
  92. Bing: Let’s Have a Conversation
  93. Internet hiccups today? You're not alone. Here's why
  94. August updates for Internet Explorer
  95. Next gen reversible USB system released
  96. August 12th 2014 Security Updates for Windows
  97. Microsoft outlines plans to replace Select Plus with MSPA license
  98. Stay on Top of Recent Windows Licensing Changes
  99. AMD to launch Radeon R7 branded SSDs this month
  100. China anti-trust regulator conducts new raids on Microsoft, Accenture
  101. AV-Test proves antimalware apps can restore infected computers
  102. Stay up-to-date with Internet Explorer
  103. Advance Notification for August 12th 2014 Security Bulletin Release
  104. Windows 'Threshold' expected to add virtual desktops, drop charms
  105. Internet Explorer begins blocking out-of-date ActiveX controls
  106. OneDrive: Now available for Kindle Fire and Fire phone
  107. Surface damage mounts at Microsoft as red ink reaches $1.7B
  108. Op-Ed: Tablets really are the new PCs; nobody needs to buy them...
  109. Chrome passes 20% share milestone, locks up 2nd place
  110. Windows platform developer August updates
  111. 10 technologies that will transform PCs in 2015 and beyond
  112. How long before Microsoft Windows XP disappears?
  113. The next data center dinosaur: Traditional storage
  114. 11 unforgettable Windows themes
  115. Windows XP still runs at more than half of businesses surveyed
  116. Announcing the Chrome 64-bit Beta Channel for Windows!
  117. Researchers eye vision-correcting displays for devices
  118. Why PC Sales Have Stalled
  119. Verizon to begin throttling some users with Unlimited 4G LTE data plan
  120. Microsoft says government officials make sudden visits to China office
  121. Internet of Things starts to gain a developer following
  122. Microsoft wants you to forget Windows 8
  123. Microsoft moves Yammer under Office 365; Co-founder David Sacks is out
  124. Wi-Fi security boost just over the horizon
  125. Intel Locks Down New Enterprise SSDs
  126. Microsoft is looking to patent Google Glass like headset
  127. Russian government is looking to dump Microsoft for homegrown software
  128. Something Odd going on at Linedrive Cloud Storage
  129. Google will fix battery-eating 'bug' in its Chrome browser
  130. TrueCrypt: Development has ended
  131. Microsoft CEO: losing 18,000 jobs makes us “more agile”
  132. Fonts In Chrome For Windows Will Look Better Soon
  133. Chrome's been eating your laptop's battery for years, but Google...
  134. Microsoft plans price war to stymie Chromebook growth
  135. Microsoft to Announce Job Cuts as Soon as This Week
  136. Your OneDrive just got bigger
  137. Google reverses 'real names' policy, apologizes
  138. Windows themes from dawn to dusk
  139. Microsoft exec admits new reality: Market share no longer 90%, it's 14
  140. July 2014 Security Bulletin Webcast and Q&A
  141. Rumor: Windows 9 May Be Revealed Next Week
  142. Sales of Big Smartphones Are Totally Killing Tablets
  143. Study: Most apps in the App Store are “zombies”
  144. What are all those other Microsoft updates?
  145. Microsoft CEO Nadella: 'We will reinvent productivity'
  146. Products Reaching End of Support in the Second Half of 2014
  147. Firefox web browser popularity wanes
  148. Advance Notification Service July 9th 2014 Security Bulletin
  149. Why Windows Phone cannot rebound
  150. Windows 8, Now Microsoft Office Banned by China
  151. Microsoft: Advancing encryption and transparency efforts
  152. Microsoft puts an end to ‘Patch Tuesday’ email alerts
  153. Windows 'Threshold': More on plan to win over Windows 7 users
  154. Russian government decides all new PCs will use ARM chips
  155. OneDrive keeps getting better on Android and iOS
  156. Chrome Alone: Why Google’s OS Is Both Better and Worse Than Windows or
  157. Kingston and PNY found changing SSD components
  158. Increase to OneDrive storage plans announced
  159. Update for OneDrive and Office.com shared links
  160. Researchers target new form of RAM from rare materials
  161. Technology exhibition
  162. Chinese gov’t reveals Microsoft’s secret list of Android-killer patent
  163. Microsoft to implement 'Catapult' prog. processors in datacenters
  164. Announcing Internet Explorer Developer Channel
  165. US to auction seized Silk Road Bitcoins worth $18m
  166. June Public Update issue affecting Click-to-Run users
  167. Microsoft updating terms of use and privacy statement
  168. HP May Have Invented A New Kind Of Computer
  169. June 2014 Internet Explorer Updates
  170. Keep Internet Explorer Up-To-Date For More Secure Web Browsing
  171. Internet Explorer 12 to feature 'substantial changes'...
  172. Microsoft stock price hits 52-week high...
  173. Windows themes to make your desktop foxy (for real)
  174. Microsoft is patching Windows 8 but NOT Windows 7
  175. Why Microsoft is betting big on consumer cloud services
  176. Chrome overtakes IE to become most popular browser
  177. Microsoft fights back, calls out China on its Windows 8 claims
  178. Sergey Brin said involvement in Google+ was "a mistake"
  179. Microsoft: Software update unlocks more GPU bandwidth on Xbox One
  180. China escalates rhetoric in campaign to ban Windows 8
  181. Violin and Microsoft Jointly Develop a High-Performance, All-Flash...
  182. Kinect for Windows v2 sensor available starting today
  183. Advance Notification Service for June 2014 Security Bulletin
  184. Google Chrome Goes 64-Bit, Promises Better Stability, Security And...
  185. Days are numbered for decade-old hard drive connection tech
  186. Normal service is resumed as Windows 7's growth once again.....
  187. Computex 2014: Intel says Moore's Law drive next era in computing
  188. Visual Studio 14 Community Technology Preview Available
  189. Making photos on OneDrive better
  190. Launching status.modern.ie & Internet Explorer platform priorities
  191. Microsoft warns against Windows XP security update hack
  192. Rebooting Windows for a new era of computing
  193. Microsoft demos breakthrough in real-time translated conversations
  194. The Revolutionary Quantum Computer That May Not Be Quantum at All
  195. SSD breakthrough means 300% speed boost, 60% less power usage...
  196. Inside the US government’s war on tech support scammers
  197. Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 CTP 1 Available
  198. China bans use of Microsoft's Windows 8 on government computers
  199. Intel says Broadwell processors will be available for holidays
  200. Microsoft forecasting clouds - for everyone.
  201. Outlook.com introduces the most sophisticated rules in webmail
  202. May 2014 Internet Explorer Updates
  203. May your desktop bloom with Windows themes
  204. Mozilla To Introduce Advertising Into Firefox
  205. DDR4 memory for desktops expected to arrive in third quarter
  206. Prenotification Security Advisory for Adobe Reader and Acrobat
  207. Bill Gates says he would support dumping Microsoft's XBOX One
  208. Updating OneDrive: Five New Features You Asked For
  209. The Windows Unplugged Tour
  210. How 'One Microsoft' mission is changing Microsoft Research
  211. Silicon Valley defies subpoena secrecy requests...
  212. Internet Explorer 11 passes 9 and 10 combined
  213. Worldwide tablet sales drop 35.7% after the holidays
  214. Mozilla Introduces Firefox 29 the Most Customizable Ever
  215. Microsoft begins rolling out free Skype group video calling
  216. New Microsoft VP consigns the PC to irrelevance
  217. Creator, Gundotra, leaves Google.
  218. Microsoft reissues SharePoint 2013 Service Pack 1
  219. Join us for webinar on Office subscriptions and Office 365 Personal
  220. Clicking 'Like' can cancel your right to sue a company
  221. Intel paints bleak picture for Windows tablets vs. Android
  222. Windows XP lives on: Avast survey shows 27 percent of its XP users...
  223. How a Comcast-Time Warner Merger Will Make Your Cable and Internet Wor
  224. Microsoft Abandons Windows 8.1
  225. 44 percent of Twitter users have never tweeted, says report
  226. Sony warns users its Vaio Fit 11A may burst into flames
  227. Join us for Tuesday’s webinar: All about watermarks
  228. Proposed law seeks to make retailers financially responsible for data
  229. 5 tips for running Windows XP relatively safely
  230. 9 new Windows themes take you around the world
  231. Send off Windows XP by blowing it up with Microsoft's help
  232. Microsoft ends support for custom domains in free email service
  233. Intel culls 1,500 staff as it struggles to win PC market battle
  234. Forget the XPocalypse: Sticking with Windows XP can be a smart move
  235. Firefox OS 2.0 UI Gets Exposed, Looks Pretty
  236. Was Windows 8 a Mistake? Microsoft Seems to Think So
  237. Internet Explorer 11 Now Helps Customers Stay Up To Date
  238. Wi-Fi Protected Setup now supports NFC for tap-to-connect access
  239. Microsoft shows off next-gen Windows for connected cars
  240. April 2014 Internet Explorer Updates
  241. Windows XP No-Support Deadline Has Arrived -- Ignore At Your Peril
  242. UK Government Pays For Extended XP Support
  243. Windows XP still going strong despite looming end of support deadline
  244. USB-IF posts first photos of new reversible Type-C connector
  245. Microsoft's universal Windows apps run on tablets, phones, Xbox, and..
  246. Barking and Dagenham switches from Windows XP to Google Chromebooks, s
  247. MS Bringing Back Start Menu (again), Making Windows Free
  248. Microsoft to highlight its 'One Windows' progress at Build 2014
  249. Still on Windows XP? Here’s Some Bad Advice
  250. Revealing Kinect for Windows v2 hardware