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Microsoft mulls an open source Windows
Senior engineer spills the beans at ChefCon.
Apr 7 2015 6:32AM
Betting market opens for next Microsoft CEO
Odds shortest for Nokia's Stephen Elop.
Aug 28 2013 7:08AM
Xerox PARC founder dies
Groundbreaking facility was the birthplace of GUIs and windows.
Dec 23 2011 4:59AM
Bill Gates' speech aide named US Govt CIO
Redmond veteran to tackle low-productivity public sector.
Aug 5 2011 3:41AM
US weighs security after Google hacking allegation
Cyber defence now a 'diplomatic priority'.
Jun 6 2011 7:38AM
Microsoft co-founder Allen blasts Gates in book
Heated '80s conversation revealed.
Mar 31 2011 12:55PM
Vale DEC founder, Ken Olsen
Minicomputer pioneer passes away, aged 84.
Feb 9 2011 6:52AM
US sees "huge" cyber threat in the future
Agency cooperation needed.
Nov 17 2010 7:43AM
Abbott "no Bill Gates" on broadband policy
Leaves the technical stuff to his Comms Minister.
Aug 11 2010 7:33AM
Creator of world’s first PC dies
Bill Gates leads tributes to Altair 8800 creator.
Apr 3 2010 10:21AM
Gates describes China web censorship as 'limited'
Companies must decide for themselves whether to stay in China, says Microsoft co-founder.
Jan 27 2010 10:11AM
Bill Gates signs up for Twitter
Rejoins Facebook too in social media push.
Jan 20 2010 2:36PM
Email services that failed to block spear phishing message revealed
Outlook Express and IronPort amongst those breached.
Jan 8 2010 12:22PM
Spammers defy Gates' junk mail predictions
A security expert at Sophos has reminded former Microsoft chairman Bill Gates that his predictions about the end of spam have failed spectacularly.
Jan 23 2009 10:26AM
Bill Gates granted first Einstein Award
Bill Gates has been awarded the first Einstein Award from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the American Friends of the Hebrew University (AFHU)..
Jul 8 2008 9:04AM
Gates rules out Yahoo acquisition
An acquisition of Yahoo by Microsoft is looking less likely than ever following confirmation from the software company's outgoing chairman that he does not think the deal will go ahead..
Jul 1 2008 1:41AM
Gates promises 'multi-touch' Windows 7
Windows 7, the successor to the much-criticised Windows Vista, will come with multi-touch features that Microsoft chairman Bill Gates predicts will ultimately replace the mouse..
May 30 2008 10:00AM
Gates builds out Touch Wall vision
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates this week took the wraps off Touch Wall, a 6ft x 4ft prototype screen based on Microsoft's Surface multi-touch technology..
May 17 2008 3:04PM
Gates looks ahead
In his speech at the Microsoft CEO Summit, titled The Next Wave of Technology, Bill Gates has been looking ahead to how businesses can capitalise on the huge leaps being made in technology.
May 16 2008 4:05PM
IBM opens gates on 32nm development
A research team lead by IBM has moved closer to developing a 32nm processor..
Apr 16 2008 7:45AM
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