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Microsoft buys Express Logic, adds a third operating system to its IoT rangears_ab.settitle(1493155);
April, 18 2019
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50-inch Surface Hub 2S: $8,999, shipping in June; 85-inch version next year
April, 17 2019
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Report: Microsoft is jumping onto the wireless earbud bandwagon
April, 16 2019
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OpenAI bot crushes Dota 2 champions, and now anyone can play against it
April, 15 2019
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Hackers could read non-corporate Outlook.com, Hotmail for six months
April, 15 2019
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Microsoft’s Spring Sale makes Xbox Game Pass an absolute bargain
April, 12 2019
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You can now buy Intel’s priceless, power-hungry i9-9990XE
April, 11 2019
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Developers love Python and TypeScript, get paid for Clojure, and aren’t using blockchain
April, 10 2019
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Microsoft kills off the book store you probably didn’t know it had
April, 3 2019
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Intel’s new assault on the data center: 56-core Xeons, 10nm FPGAs, 100gig Ethernet
April, 2 2019
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Visual Studio 2019 goes live with C++, Python shared editing
April, 2 2019
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Surface Book 2 lineup refreshed with new mid-range option
April, 1 2019
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British Microsoft, Nintendo hacker given 18 month sentence
March, 29 2019
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Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson eradicated from splash text
March, 28 2019
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Microsoft exec bans company from pulling any dumb April Fools’ pranks
March, 27 2019
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HTML email reborn, as Google brings AMP to your inbox
March, 26 2019
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How Microsoft found a Huawei driver that opened systems to attack
March, 26 2019
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Edge-on-Chromium approaches; build leaks, extensions page already live
March, 25 2019
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Clippy briefly resurrected as Teams add-on, brutally taken down by brand police
March, 22 2019
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Windows Virtual Desktop now in public preview
March, 21 2019
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Microsoft ships antivirus for macOS as Windows Defender becomes Microsoft Defender
March, 21 2019
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Windows 10 version 1903 heads for the finish line
March, 20 2019
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“Energizing Times”: Microsoft to “go big” at E3 in response to Google Stadia
March, 20 2019
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D3D raytracing no longer exclusive to 2080, as Nvidia brings it to GeForce 10, 16
March, 19 2019
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Corporations, not consumers, drive demand for HP’s new VR headset
March, 19 2019
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Google, Microsoft work together for a year to figure out new type of Windows flaw
March, 18 2019
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Any Steam game can now use Valve’s low-latency, DoS-proofed networking
March, 15 2019
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It looks like Windows 10 Home can now defer updates for 35 days
March, 13 2019
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Microsoft brings (some of) DirectX 12 to Windows 7 to boost WoW multithreading
March, 13 2019
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Windows 10 will automatically remove updates, drivers that break booting
March, 12 2019
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Windows 7 end-of-life nag messages will start showing up next month
March, 12 2019
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Next Windows release will include DTrace support
March, 11 2019
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Microsoft proves the critics right: We’re heading toward a Chrome-only Web
March, 11 2019
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JavaScript infinite alert prank lands 13-year-old Japanese girl in hot water
March, 8 2019
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Windows 10 passes 800 million devices
March, 8 2019
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calc.exe is now open source; there’s surprising depth in its ancient code
March, 7 2019
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Discless Xbox “Maverick” could arrive as soon as May
March, 6 2019
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Microsoft is first major cloud provider to open African data centers
March, 6 2019
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Chromium-based Edge screenshots might as well be Chrome
March, 5 2019
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Thunderbolt 3 becomes USB4, as Intel’s interconnect goes royalty-free
March, 4 2019
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The real reason that Microsoft is already testing a 2020 Windows release? Azure
February, 28 2019
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Microsoft’s latest security service uses human intelligence, not artificial
February, 28 2019
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Google turbo-charging the back button with Chrome’s new “back/forward cache”
February, 28 2019
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Anti-cheat software causing big problems for Windows 10 previews
February, 27 2019
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USB 3.2 is going to make the current USB branding even worse
February, 26 2019
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Nadella: Microsoft will sell war tech to democracies to “protect freedoms”
February, 26 2019
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Microsoft takes a big step towards putting Xbox games on Windows
February, 26 2019
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Microsoft puts mixed reality, high-speed 3D rendering, and Kinect vision into cloud
February, 25 2019
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Microsoft unveils HoloLens 2: twice the field of view, eye tracking
February, 24 2019
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Google: Software is never going to be able to fix Spectre-type bugs
February, 23 2019
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