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Windows Phone Is Getting One of the Best Android Phones

David Smothers August 1, 2014

Just as the rumors foretold, a Windows Phone version of the wonderful HTC One is headed for Verizon—or so this photo tucked in an unseen corner of Verizon’s servers seems to indicate. The rumor of a “One (M8) for Windows” has been around for some time, and just this week WP Central said such a… Continue Reading »

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You Can Literally Control Another Human Being With this Wild VR Setup

David Smothers July 9, 2014

With the magic of virtual reality, it’s easier than ever to find out what it would be like to see out of someone else’s eyes, but for the full effect you have to mirror your movements. What if you could actually control the other person though? It’s actually already possible. Hello, Avatar. In this being-another-human… Continue Reading »

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How the Surface Pro 3 Compares to the MacBook Air

David Smothers May 22, 2014

In case you missed it, Microsoft just announced the latest member of its Surface tablet family, the Surface Pro 3. Microsoft is dubbing the Pro 3 “a tablet that can replace your laptop,” and positioning it against the thinnest, most portable notebook on the market — the MacBook Air. Throughout the Surface Pro 3 presentation,… Continue Reading »

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Microsoft tells IE users how to defend against zero-day bug

David Smothers May 1, 2014

Microsoft has yet to patch its latest critical Internet Explorer zero-day security flaw, but an advisory about the bug now offers two temporary solutions. Updated on Monday, Microsoft Security Advisory 2963983 offers new information about the new zero-day vulnerability that affects all versions of Internet Explorer. The flaw could allow remote code execution and has… Continue Reading »

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New Vulnerability Found in Every Single Version of Internet Explorer

David Smothers April 27, 2014

According to a confirmation by Microsoft late last night, a new zero day vulnerability has been found to affect every version of Internet Explorer. In other words—over a quarter of the entire browser market. Attacks taking advantage of the vulnerability are largely targeting IE versions 9, 10, and 11 in something called a “use after… Continue Reading »

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The Five Best New Features in Windows 8.1

David Smothers October 17, 2013

Microsoft set Windows 8.1 upon the world today, and with it a host of improvements large and small. You check out our full review here, but in the meantime, here’s a look at our favorite new features. Start Button Start button? Start button! The absence of Start from Windows 8 was cause for much concern… Continue Reading »

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Go Download Windows 8.1 Right Now

David Smothers October 17, 2013

Microsoft has finally released Windows 8.1. You can go download it now, Start button and all. How much will it set you back? Well, Windows 8.1 is available as a free upgrade for existing Windows 8 owners. Free! But if you’re one of those people who has been holding off installing it, but are now… Continue Reading »

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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Bids Tearful Farewell

David Smothers October 3, 2013

After 33 years of entertaining Microsoft fans and critics alike with his onstage antics, company CEO Steve Ballmer is finally stepping down. While Ballmer isn’t due to officially leave Microsoft for months, his farewell to staffers has been captured in a video that reveals the passion and love he seems to have for the Redmond,… Continue Reading »

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FLASH: Bill Gates Reportedly Asked To Step Down As Microsoft’s Chairman

David Smothers October 1, 2013

It wasn’t too long ago that Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Ballmer, gave his farewell speech to Microsoft employees as he enters into his retirement which will be taking place over the course of the next 12 months, and now it seems that some of the top investors in Microsoft are now lobbying the board of directors… Continue Reading »

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Bill Gates: Ctrl-Alt-Delete “Was a Mistake”

David Smothers September 26, 2013

The keyboard combo that is Control-Alt-Delete may have become iconic—but according to Bill Gates it was all just a big mistake. Talking to the Harvard fundraising campaign, Gates admitted that the series of button presses was far from intentional: It was a mistake… We could have had a single button, but the guy who did… Continue Reading »

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