Peter Bright

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Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla come together to end TLS 1.0
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Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla come together to end TLS 1.0
October, 16 2018
Paul Allen—Microsoft co-founder, Seahawks owner, and space pioneer—dies at 65
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Paul Allen—Microsoft co-founder, Seahawks owner, and space pioneer—dies at 65
October, 16 2018
Adobe bringing Photoshop to the iPad next yearars_ab.settitle(1394383);
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Adobe bringing Photoshop to the iPad next yearars_ab.settitle(1394383);
October, 15 2018
PC market flat, as Surface becomes a top-5 computer brand in the US
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PC market flat, as Surface becomes a top-5 computer brand in the US
October, 11 2018
Microsoft promises to defend—not attack—Linux with its 60,000 patents
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Microsoft promises to defend—not attack—Linux with its 60,000 patents
October, 10 2018
Windows 10 October 2018 Update no longer deletes your data
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Windows 10 October 2018 Update no longer deletes your data
October, 10 2018
Intel goes up to 8 cores for mainstream chips, with a 28 core overclockable Xeon
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Intel goes up to 8 cores for mainstream chips, with a 28 core overclockable Xeon
October, 8 2018
Data deletion bug forces Microsoft to suspend rollout of Windows 10 update
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Data deletion bug forces Microsoft to suspend rollout of Windows 10 update
October, 6 2018
Bloomberg: Super Micro motherboards used by Apple, Amazon contained Chinese spy chipsars_ab.settitle(1387815);
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Bloomberg: Super Micro motherboards used by Apple, Amazon contained Chinese spy chipsars_ab.settitle(1387815);
October, 4 2018
Wi-Fi branding to get a lot simpler with upcoming “Wi-Fi 6”ars_ab.settitle(1387037);
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Wi-Fi branding to get a lot simpler with upcoming “Wi-Fi 6”ars_ab.settitle(1387037);
October, 3 2018
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update is out nowars_ab.settitle(1386947);
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The Windows 10 October 2018 Update is out nowars_ab.settitle(1386947);
October, 3 2018
There’s still no Surface Phone, but there are now Surface Headphonesars_ab.settitle(1386481);
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There’s still no Surface Phone, but there are now Surface Headphonesars_ab.settitle(1386481);
October, 3 2018
Surface Studio 2 has an even more amazing screen, ditches the spinning disksars_ab.settitle(1386453);
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Surface Studio 2 has an even more amazing screen, ditches the spinning disksars_ab.settitle(1386453);
October, 3 2018
Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2: New internals, new color, old portsars_ab.settitle(1386393);
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Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2: New internals, new color, old portsars_ab.settitle(1386393);
October, 3 2018
Google taking new steps to prevent malicious Chrome extensions
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Google taking new steps to prevent malicious Chrome extensions
October, 2 2018
Hands-on: HP’s leather-clad laptop might just be the best convertible around
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Hands-on: HP’s leather-clad laptop might just be the best convertible around
October, 1 2018
Microsoft suspends development of touch-friendly Office apps for Windows
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Microsoft suspends development of touch-friendly Office apps for Windows
September, 28 2018
Microsoft killing off the old Skype client… for real this time
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Microsoft killing off the old Skype client… for real this time
September, 28 2018
Google backtracks—a bit—on controversial Chrome sign-in feature
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Google backtracks—a bit—on controversial Chrome sign-in feature
September, 27 2018
Windows 10 passes 700 million devices, 1 billion still far off
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Windows 10 passes 700 million devices, 1 billion still far off
September, 26 2018
Perpetually licensed Office 2019 now available for corporate customers
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Perpetually licensed Office 2019 now available for corporate customers
September, 24 2018
Microsoft unifying search across Bing, Office, and Windowsars_ab.settitle(1381731);
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Microsoft unifying search across Bing, Office, and Windowsars_ab.settitle(1381731);
September, 24 2018
Windows Virtual Desktop gives you a Windows 7 or 10 desktop on Azure
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Windows Virtual Desktop gives you a Windows 7 or 10 desktop on Azure
September, 24 2018
Surface Hub 2 splits into two: 2S in 2019, 2X in 2020
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Surface Hub 2 splits into two: 2S in 2019, 2X in 2020
September, 24 2018
Microsoft offers completely passwordless authentication for online apps
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Microsoft offers completely passwordless authentication for online apps
September, 24 2018
Skype support coming to Alexa later this year
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Skype support coming to Alexa later this year
September, 21 2018
Bing starts serving AMP pages as Google prepares to reduce its control
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Bing starts serving AMP pages as Google prepares to reduce its control
September, 20 2018
Running Ubuntu VMs on Windows just got a whole lot more streamlinedars_ab.settitle(1377899);
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Running Ubuntu VMs on Windows just got a whole lot more streamlinedars_ab.settitle(1377899);
September, 18 2018
Microsoft Managed Desktop lets Redmond handle your desktop devices
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Microsoft Managed Desktop lets Redmond handle your desktop devices
September, 17 2018
Linus Torvalds apologizes for years of being a jerk, takes time off to learn empathy
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Linus Torvalds apologizes for years of being a jerk, takes time off to learn empathy
September, 17 2018
Nvidia makes GPU overclocking a lot smarter with “Scanner”ars_ab.settitle(1376011);
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Nvidia makes GPU overclocking a lot smarter with “Scanner”ars_ab.settitle(1376011);
September, 14 2018
New modification of the old cold boot attack leaves most systems vulnerable
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New modification of the old cold boot attack leaves most systems vulnerable
September, 13 2018
Next Windows 10 update triggers outrage by continuing to promote Edge
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Next Windows 10 update triggers outrage by continuing to promote Edge
September, 12 2018
Windows 10 will use the cloud to free up disk space
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Windows 10 will use the cloud to free up disk space
September, 11 2018
Native support for Windows file sharing coming to Chrome OSars_ab.settitle(1371651);
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Native support for Windows file sharing coming to Chrome OSars_ab.settitle(1371651);
September, 11 2018
Microsoft splits VSTS five ways to build new Azure DevOps platform
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Microsoft splits VSTS five ways to build new Azure DevOps platform
September, 10 2018
Microsoft to launch new hardware on October 2ars_ab.settitle(1370247);
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Microsoft to launch new hardware on October 2ars_ab.settitle(1370247);
September, 7 2018
Progressive Web Apps moving mainstream as Twitter makes its mobile site the main one
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Progressive Web Apps moving mainstream as Twitter makes its mobile site the main one
September, 6 2018
Windows 10 support extended again: September releases now get 30 months
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Windows 10 support extended again: September releases now get 30 months
September, 6 2018
Google wants to get rid of URLs but doesn’t know what to use instead
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Google wants to get rid of URLs but doesn’t know what to use instead
September, 5 2018
Microsoft is finally going to make the Skype UI good for the things people use
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Microsoft is finally going to make the Skype UI good for the things people use
September, 4 2018
$600 Chromebooks are a dangerous development for Microsoft
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$600 Chromebooks are a dangerous development for Microsoft
September, 1 2018
Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Extreme: Hex-core, GTX 1050 Ti, 64GB RAM under 4 poundsars_ab.settitle(1366143);
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Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Extreme: Hex-core, GTX 1050 Ti, 64GB RAM under 4 poundsars_ab.settitle(1366143);
August, 30 2018
Lenovo pushes Chromebooks upmarket with the Yoga Chromebookars_ab.settitle(1366193);
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Lenovo pushes Chromebooks upmarket with the Yoga Chromebookars_ab.settitle(1366193);
August, 30 2018
Microsoft obliquely acknowledges Windows 0-day bug published on Twitter
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Microsoft obliquely acknowledges Windows 0-day bug published on Twitter
August, 29 2018
Intel launches Whiskey and Amber Lakes: Kaby Lake with better Wi-Fi, USB
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Intel launches Whiskey and Amber Lakes: Kaby Lake with better Wi-Fi, USB
August, 28 2018
AMD to use TSMC to make its 7nm CPUs, GPUs as GloFo abandons 7nm developmentars_ab.settitle(1365197);
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AMD to use TSMC to make its 7nm CPUs, GPUs as GloFo abandons 7nm developmentars_ab.settitle(1365197);
August, 28 2018
Running Windows 95 in an “app” is a dumb stunt that makes a good point
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Running Windows 95 in an “app” is a dumb stunt that makes a good point
August, 25 2018
Logitech’s new mouse packs gaming prowess in a workplace-friendly design
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Logitech’s new mouse packs gaming prowess in a workplace-friendly design
August, 22 2018
Valve’s “Steam Play” uses Vulkan to bring more Windows games to Linux
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Valve’s “Steam Play” uses Vulkan to bring more Windows games to Linux
August, 21 2018
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