Peter Bright

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Edge dies a death of a thousand cuts as Microsoft switches to Chromium
December, 6 2018
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Tumblr’s porn ban is going about as badly as expectedars_ab.settitle(1423171);
December, 5 2018
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Report: Microsoft is scrapping Edge, switching to just another Chrome clonears_ab.settitle(1422581);
December, 4 2018
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Verizon takes aim at Tumblr’s kneecaps, bans all adult content
December, 3 2018
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Microsoft Office has pretty new icons but they have a fatal flawars_ab.settitle(1420641);
November, 30 2018
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Microsoft wins $480 million military contract to bring HoloLens to the battlefieldars_ab.settitle(1419881);
November, 29 2018
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Windows 10 1809: iCloud incompatibility fixed, but other blockers remain
November, 28 2018
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Microsoft explains one Azure authentication outage as another one happensars_ab.settitle(1418977);
November, 27 2018
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Latest Windows 10 update breaks Windows Media Player, Win32 apps in general
November, 26 2018
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Mac mini review—a testament to Apple’s stubbornness
November, 23 2018
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Microsoft joining Qualcomm and Google to bring Chrome to Windows on ARM
November, 21 2018
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Now it’s Office’s turn to have a load of patches pulled
November, 20 2018
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To complement the new Windows 10 dark theme, Microsoft is adding a light theme
November, 14 2018
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Microsoft wants Azure to be the multiplayer server solution for every platformars_ab.settitle(1411627);
November, 14 2018
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Spectre, Meltdown researchers unveil 7 more speculative execution attacks
November, 14 2018
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Windows 10 October 2018 Update is back, this time without deleting your data
November, 13 2018
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The next version of HTTP won’t be using TCP
November, 12 2018
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Surface Go with integrated LTE available for preorder now, from $679
November, 12 2018
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Some Windows 10 Pro installations are being erroneously deactivatedars_ab.settitle(1408949);
November, 8 2018
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Microsoft’s special Costco Surface Go is now available to all
November, 7 2018
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AMD outlines its future: 7nm GPUs with PCIe 4, Zen 2, Zen 3, Zen 4
November, 6 2018
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Chrome 71 will block any and all ads on sites with “abusive experiences”
November, 5 2018
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Intel announces Cascade Lake Xeons: 48 cores and 12-channel memory per socket
November, 5 2018
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Free Flickr accounts slashed to 1,000 pictures; the rest will be deleted
November, 2 2018
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Satya Nadella: The cloud is going to move underwaterars_ab.settitle(1404983);
November, 1 2018
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Helium implicated in weird iPhone malfunctions
October, 31 2018
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Windows 10 October 2018 Update still not released, running out of October
October, 30 2018
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GitHub is now officially a part of Microsoft
October, 26 2018
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Half of enterprise machines run Windows 10, as Windows 7’s end of life loomsars_ab.settitle(1400285);
October, 25 2018
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Microsoft posts a record $29.1 billion Q1. Same old, same oldars_ab.settitle(1399811);
October, 24 2018
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Another Windows 0-day flaw has been published on Twitter
October, 24 2018
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Firefox 63 blocks tracking cookies, offers a VPN when you need one
October, 23 2018
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Report: Intel is cancelling its 10nm process. Intel: No, we’re not
October, 22 2018
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Microsoft’s problem isn’t how often it updates Windows—it’s how it develops it
October, 20 2018
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Samsung launches Snapdragon 850-powered Windows 2-in-1ars_ab.settitle(1396413);
October, 18 2018
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Microsoft making more of the Windows 10 built-in apps removable
October, 18 2018
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Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla come together to end TLS 1.0
October, 16 2018
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Paul Allen—Microsoft co-founder, Seahawks owner, and space pioneer—dies at 65
October, 16 2018
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Adobe bringing Photoshop to the iPad next yearars_ab.settitle(1394383);
October, 15 2018
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PC market flat, as Surface becomes a top-5 computer brand in the US
October, 11 2018
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Microsoft promises to defend—not attack—Linux with its 60,000 patents
October, 10 2018
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Windows 10 October 2018 Update no longer deletes your data
October, 10 2018
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Intel goes up to 8 cores for mainstream chips, with a 28 core overclockable Xeon
October, 8 2018
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Data deletion bug forces Microsoft to suspend rollout of Windows 10 update
October, 6 2018
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Bloomberg: Super Micro motherboards used by Apple, Amazon contained Chinese spy chipsars_ab.settitle(1387815);
October, 4 2018
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Wi-Fi branding to get a lot simpler with upcoming “Wi-Fi 6”ars_ab.settitle(1387037);
October, 3 2018
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The Windows 10 October 2018 Update is out nowars_ab.settitle(1386947);
October, 3 2018
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There’s still no Surface Phone, but there are now Surface Headphonesars_ab.settitle(1386481);
October, 3 2018
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Surface Studio 2 has an even more amazing screen, ditches the spinning disksars_ab.settitle(1386453);
October, 3 2018
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Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2: New internals, new color, old portsars_ab.settitle(1386393);
October, 3 2018
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Peter Bright is a writer who has produced content for arstechnica.com and arstechnica.co.uk
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