Peter Bright

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Mandatory update coming to Windows 7, 2008 to kill off weak update hashes
February, 19 2019
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Retina resolution headset puts the “reality” into “virtual reality”ars_ab.settitle(1458713);
February, 19 2019
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Google partially backtracks on Chrome changes that would break ad blockers
February, 18 2019
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Microsoft shaking up how Windows feature updates are rolled out—again
February, 15 2019
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Microsoft begins work on its 2020 Windows releases in new preview
February, 14 2019
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Opera shows off its smart new redesign that’s just like all the other browsers
February, 14 2019
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Apple’s insider-trading policy enforcer accused of insider trading
February, 13 2019
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Mozilla to use machine learning to find code bugs before they ship
February, 12 2019
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Researchers use Intel SGX to put malware beyond the reach of antivirus software
February, 12 2019
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Microsoft teases next-gen HoloLens ahead of February 24 reveal
February, 12 2019
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Microsoft: Yeah, we make Office 2019 and Internet Explorer, but don’t use ‘em
February, 8 2019
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Flickr gives free accounts a few more days to save their pictures from destruction
February, 7 2019
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Messy office owners, rejoice: Skype now blurs the background to your video
February, 7 2019
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Windows 7 Extended Security Updates will double in price each year
February, 6 2019
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With experimental “Never slow mode,” Chrome tries to stop Web devs making it slow
February, 6 2019
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Firefox taking a hard line against noisy video, banning it from autoplaying
February, 5 2019
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Netflix cancels Travelers, proving that our timeline has been abandoned
February, 4 2019
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Latest Windows 10 build puts desktop apps in a 3D world
February, 1 2019
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Itanium’s demise approaches: Intel to stop shipments in mid-2021
February, 1 2019
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Windows setup error messages will soon be much less useless
January, 31 2019
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Microsoft blames chip supply issues for drop in Windows revenue
January, 31 2019
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Google planning changes to Chrome that could break ad blockers
January, 23 2019
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Microsoft unveils more cheap hardware, Teams features, and pens for education
January, 22 2019
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Microsoft: Switch to iOS or Android because Windows 10 Mobile is ending
January, 18 2019
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Windows 10 October 2018 Update is at last being pushed automatically
January, 17 2019
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Next Windows 10 version will let you search without Cortana’s involvement
January, 16 2019
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Intel reported to have a new 5GHz chip that’s literally priceless
January, 15 2019
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Microsoft’s fonts catch out another fraudster—this time in Canada
January, 15 2019
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Windows 7 enters its final year of free support
January, 14 2019
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The time to binge is upon us once more: Future Man season 2 is now out
January, 11 2019
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Windows 10 will chew up another 7GB of disk space to make sure it can update
January, 10 2019
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AMD announces the $699 Radeon VII: 7nm Vega, coming February
January, 9 2019
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Lenovo takes on Microsoft’s Surface Studio with its own tilting all-in-one
January, 9 2019
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Intel sets out its plans for 2019: Ice Lake, Lakefield, and Project Athena
January, 8 2019
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Next-generation ThinkPad X1: More carbon fiber for one, aluminum for the other
January, 8 2019
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Lenovo’s Legion laptops are gaming machines you won’t be embarrassed to use
January, 8 2019
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Unlimited private repositories now available to free GitHub users
January, 8 2019
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TIL: Firefox has a little-known feature to spare your blushes on the new-tab page
January, 7 2019
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New Windows 10 build silences Cortana, brings passwordless accounts
January, 4 2019
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Chrome is getting a dark mode on Windows to match the one for macOS
January, 3 2019
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Windows 10 creeps past Windows 7 usage, latest update barely used
January, 2 2019
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Windows 10 will make it easier to ¯‍∖‍_‍(‍ツ‍)‍_‍/‍¯ and ‍(‍╯‍°‍□‍°‍)‍╯‍︵‍ ‍┻‍━‍┻
December, 20 2018
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Microsoft unveils Windows Sandbox: Run any app in a disposable virtual machine
December, 19 2018
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The Windows 10 October 2018 Update is now fully available—for “advanced” users
December, 18 2018
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Google isn’t the company that we should have handed the Web over to
December, 17 2018
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Get your binge on: Season 3 of sci-fi gem Travelers is out nowars_ab.settitle(1428595);
December, 14 2018
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Microsoft is putting together a Microsoft 365 subscription for home users
December, 13 2018
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Intel promises big boost to integrated GPU, breaks teraflop barrierars_ab.settitle(1427067);
December, 12 2018
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Intel unveils a new architecture for 2019: Sunny Cove
December, 12 2018
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Intel introduces Foveros: 3D die stacking for more than just memory
December, 12 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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