China officially opens Microsoft anti-monopoly probe 
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Claims software giant not properly disclosing product detail.
 
Microsoft targeted in Chinese government inquiry 
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Officials descend on offices unannounced.
 
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Pushes for tech-neutral laws, supports updated cyber security strategy.
 
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AWS declares price war on Google, Microsoft, Dropbox 
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[Blog post] Nobody should use XP any more, but...they do.
 
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New Zealand Govt stuck on Windows XP 
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Paying Microsoft millions for extended support.
 
Chinese censors add Microsoft, Yahoo to internet block lists 
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Want to quell news of Hong Kong pro-democracy unrest.
 
Microsoft adds further encryption to Outlook.com, OneDrive 
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Opens Transparency Centre in Redmond.
 
Microsoft criticised for heavy-handed No-IP domain seizure 
 
DFAT upgrades ageing web server for passports system 
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Playing catch-up on security.
 
Microsoft launches operation to disrupt cybercrime ring 
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Bank arms staff with tech arsenal.
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