Peter Bright

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Chrome 69 will take the next step to killing Flash, roll out new design
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Chrome 69 will take the next step to killing Flash, roll out new design
August, 21 2018
Microsoft prepares to kill the Windows 8 store: No new apps from November
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Microsoft prepares to kill the Windows 8 store: No new apps from November
August, 20 2018
Raytracing explained: Nvidia, Microsoft lead the way in revolutionizing gaming graphics
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Raytracing explained: Nvidia, Microsoft lead the way in revolutionizing gaming graphics
August, 20 2018
Next Windows 10 update nearing completion as it gets its official name
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Next Windows 10 update nearing completion as it gets its official name
August, 17 2018
Intel’s 10nm Cannon Lake chip gets another outing in new NUC mini PC
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Intel’s 10nm Cannon Lake chip gets another outing in new NUC mini PC
August, 16 2018
Alexa and Cortana integration starts rolling out todayars_ab.settitle(1358953);
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Alexa and Cortana integration starts rolling out todayars_ab.settitle(1358953);
August, 15 2018
Intel’s SGX blown wide open by, you guessed it, a speculative execution attack
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Intel’s SGX blown wide open by, you guessed it, a speculative execution attack
August, 14 2018
Lenovo’s new P1 workstation packs Xeon, 64GB ECC RAM, 4TB SSD into 0.7 inches
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Lenovo’s new P1 workstation packs Xeon, 64GB ECC RAM, 4TB SSD into 0.7 inches
August, 13 2018
Windows 10 to get disposable sandboxes for dodgy apps
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Windows 10 to get disposable sandboxes for dodgy apps
August, 9 2018
Chrome now using native Windows 10 notifications, Action Center
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Chrome now using native Windows 10 notifications, Action Center
August, 8 2018
EU taking another look at phone chargers because they’re still not standardized
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EU taking another look at phone chargers because they’re still not standardized
August, 7 2018
Microsoft adding support for Movies Anywhere, giving away free X-Men movie
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Microsoft adding support for Movies Anywhere, giving away free X-Men movie
August, 7 2018
Second-generation Threadripper goes on sale: $1,799 for 32 cores
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Second-generation Threadripper goes on sale: $1,799 for 32 cores
August, 6 2018
Elon Musk’s Dota 2 bots spank top-tier humans, and they know how to trash talk
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Elon Musk’s Dota 2 bots spank top-tier humans, and they know how to trash talk
August, 6 2018
Another Windows 10 SKU is on its way, this time for remote desktops
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Another Windows 10 SKU is on its way, this time for remote desktops
August, 3 2018
The Surface Go reviews are in, and… they’re a bit all over the place
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The Surface Go reviews are in, and… they’re a bit all over the place
August, 2 2018
Latest Windows 10 build will support “Your Phone” content sharing
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Latest Windows 10 build will support “Your Phone” content sharing
August, 1 2018
Vertical video sheds its black bars on YouTube, Android app adds dark mode
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Vertical video sheds its black bars on YouTube, Android app adds dark mode
July, 30 2018
Intel says not to expect mainstream 10nm chips until 2H19ars_ab.settitle(1349989);
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Intel says not to expect mainstream 10nm chips until 2H19ars_ab.settitle(1349989);
July, 27 2018
New Spectre attack enables secrets to be leaked over a network
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New Spectre attack enables secrets to be leaked over a network
July, 26 2018
Windows 10 will try not to reboot when you’re just grabbing a cup of coffeears_ab.settitle(1349177);
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Windows 10 will try not to reboot when you’re just grabbing a cup of coffeears_ab.settitle(1349177);
July, 26 2018
Leaked benchmarks show Intel is dropping hyperthreading from i7 chips
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Leaked benchmarks show Intel is dropping hyperthreading from i7 chips
July, 25 2018
Today’s the day that Chrome brands plain old HTTP “not secure”ars_ab.settitle(1348021);
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Today’s the day that Chrome brands plain old HTTP “not secure”ars_ab.settitle(1348021);
July, 24 2018
Microsoft’s streaming Xbox will split up games to keep latency low
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Microsoft’s streaming Xbox will split up games to keep latency low
July, 23 2018
Microsoft posts bumper Q4, with Windows, Surface, Azure all upars_ab.settitle(1346137);
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Microsoft posts bumper Q4, with Windows, Surface, Azure all upars_ab.settitle(1346137);
July, 20 2018
Windows 10 will get better at telling the time with new leap second supportars_ab.settitle(1345879);
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Windows 10 will get better at telling the time with new leap second supportars_ab.settitle(1345879);
July, 19 2018
VR rivals come together to develop a single-cable spec for VR headsets
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VR rivals come together to develop a single-cable spec for VR headsets
July, 18 2018
Microsoft is making the Windows command line a lot better
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Microsoft is making the Windows command line a lot better
July, 17 2018
Microsoft killing off the old Skype client, adding built-in call recording
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Microsoft killing off the old Skype client, adding built-in call recording
July, 16 2018
PC market appears to have grown for the first time since 2012
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PC market appears to have grown for the first time since 2012
July, 13 2018
Microsoft offers extended support for Windows, SQL 2008: but with a catchars_ab.settitle(1342759);
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Microsoft offers extended support for Windows, SQL 2008: but with a catchars_ab.settitle(1342759);
July, 12 2018
Microsoft finally gives Teams what it needs to take on Slack: A free versionars_ab.settitle(1342449);
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Microsoft finally gives Teams what it needs to take on Slack: A free versionars_ab.settitle(1342449);
July, 12 2018
Latest Windows 10 update now deemed good enough for business users
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Latest Windows 10 update now deemed good enough for business users
July, 11 2018
New Spectre-like attack uses speculative execution to overflow buffers
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New Spectre-like attack uses speculative execution to overflow buffers
July, 10 2018
Microsoft’s $399 Surface Go is announced at last
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Microsoft’s $399 Surface Go is announced at last
July, 10 2018
Outlook.com the latest site to copy Ars, offer “dark mode”
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Outlook.com the latest site to copy Ars, offer “dark mode”
July, 7 2018
FCC filings give further credence to new $400 Surface reports
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FCC filings give further credence to new $400 Surface reports
July, 3 2018
Software delays, lack of purpose means Microsoft’s “Andromeda” may never arrive
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Software delays, lack of purpose means Microsoft’s “Andromeda” may never arrive
July, 2 2018
New hinge API gives more hints about Microsoft’s 2-screen “Andromeda” devicears_ab.settitle(1338765);
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New hinge API gives more hints about Microsoft’s 2-screen “Andromeda” devicears_ab.settitle(1338765);
June, 29 2018
Halo TV show going into production in early 2019ars_ab.settitle(1338211);
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Halo TV show going into production in early 2019ars_ab.settitle(1338211);
June, 28 2018
Windows Sets “tabs in every window” feature won’t be in the next big updatears_ab.settitle(1337559);
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Windows Sets “tabs in every window” feature won’t be in the next big updatears_ab.settitle(1337559);
June, 27 2018
Microsoft’s facial recognition service now less bad for nonwhites
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Microsoft’s facial recognition service now less bad for nonwhites
June, 27 2018
Microsoft’s USB Type-C dongle for Surface Pro is finally here, and it’s huge
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Microsoft’s USB Type-C dongle for Surface Pro is finally here, and it’s huge
June, 26 2018
Hyperthreading under scrutiny with new TLBleed crypto key leak
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Hyperthreading under scrutiny with new TLBleed crypto key leak
June, 25 2018
More details leak on “Snapdragon 1000,” Qualcomm’s chip for Windows 10 laptops
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More details leak on “Snapdragon 1000,” Qualcomm’s chip for Windows 10 laptops
June, 22 2018
Amazon workers tell Bezos to stop selling facial recognition to policears_ab.settitle(1335441);
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Amazon workers tell Bezos to stop selling facial recognition to policears_ab.settitle(1335441);
June, 22 2018
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigns over workplace relationshipars_ab.settitle(1334785);
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Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigns over workplace relationshipars_ab.settitle(1334785);
June, 21 2018
Microsoft staff call on company to end ICE contractars_ab.settitle(1334193);
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Microsoft staff call on company to end ICE contractars_ab.settitle(1334193);
June, 20 2018
Microsoft’s new diverse avatar editor represents more body types, disabilitiesars_ab.settitle(1333793);
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Microsoft’s new diverse avatar editor represents more body types, disabilitiesars_ab.settitle(1333793);
June, 19 2018
Windows 10 April 2018 Update now open to all, thanks to machine learning
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Windows 10 April 2018 Update now open to all, thanks to machine learning
June, 14 2018
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