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Windows 10 May 2019 Update now rolling out to everyone… slowly
May, 21 2019
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Drink like it’s 1985: Coca-Cola revives New Coke for Stranger Things 3
May, 21 2019
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Microsoft: Gaming should be for everyone, shouldn’t be toxic stew
May, 21 2019
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Microsoft publishes first Edge for macOS preview, promises to make it truly “Mac-like”
May, 20 2019
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Xbox, PC get a little bit closer with the latest Xbox updates
May, 17 2019
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Saved from obsolescence, Microsoft is now making Paint better
May, 16 2019
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Windows dual booting no longer looking likely on Pixelbooks
May, 15 2019
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Microsoft open sources algorithm that gives Bing some of its smarts
May, 15 2019
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New speculative execution bug leaks data from Intel chips’ internal buffersars_ab.settitle(1504973);
May, 14 2019
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Lenovo shows off a folding-screen laptop, coming some time in 2020
May, 13 2019
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Lenovo bumps X1 Extreme to i9, GTX 1650, introduces new mainstream ThinkBooks
May, 13 2019
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Microsoft: The open source company
May, 10 2019
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Cray, AMD to build 1.5 exaflops supercomputer for US governmentars_ab.settitle(1501655);
May, 7 2019
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Windows 10 will soon ship with a full, open source, GPLed Linux kernel
May, 6 2019
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Coming soon: Windows Terminal—finally a tabbed, emoji-capable Windows command-line
May, 6 2019
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Microsoft’s plan for Edge: Integrated IE compatibility, better privacy
May, 6 2019
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Windows Solitaire inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame
May, 3 2019
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Ahead of Build, Azure adds more machine learning and blockchainars_ab.settitle(1499651);
May, 3 2019
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HoloLens 2 dev kits: $3,500, or $99/month, with Azure credits, Unity trials
May, 2 2019
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Ex-YouTube engineer reveals how video site worked to kill off Internet Explorer 6
May, 2 2019
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AMD to launch new 7nm Navi GPU, Rome CPU in 3rd quarter
May, 1 2019
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Bloomberg alleges Huawei routers and network gear are backdoored
April, 30 2019
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Minecraft creator Notch unwelcome at 10th anniversary due to online conduct
April, 29 2019
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Intel stockpiling 10nm chips, warns that 14nm shortages will continue
April, 26 2019
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Systems with small disks won’t be able to install Windows 10 May 2019 update
April, 26 2019
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Password1, Password2, Password3 no more: Microsoft drops password expiration rec
April, 25 2019
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Microsoft 3Q19 revenue up 14% on the back of strong cloud and, uh, Windows?
April, 24 2019
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Windows 10 May 2019 update blocked for anyone using USB or SD storage
April, 24 2019
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Crap artists rejoice! MS Paint is getting a last-minute reprieve
April, 23 2019
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Intel puts 8 cores, 16 threads, and a 5GHz turbo option in a laptop processor
April, 23 2019
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Windows 10’s “Sets” tabbed windows will never see the light of day
April, 23 2019
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Microsoft engineer complains that company is biased against white men
April, 22 2019
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McAfee joins Sophos, Avira, Avast—the latest Windows update breaks them all
April, 19 2019
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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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