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Kinect for 500m Windows 7 PCs due February
Limited quantities set for Australia.
Jan 11 2012 7:51AM
VMware boss post-PCs Redmond's 70s jibe
Tit for Tad: In 3 years, 80 percent of web devices won't be Windows PCs.
Aug 31 2011 6:31AM
Microsoft fattens Windows donations for non-profits
Sports and recreational organisations qualify.
Jul 28 2011 6:52AM
Ex-Microsoft server boss Muglia lands on Juniper
Juniper software to rally around new head.
Jul 27 2011 6:39AM
Microsoft leaks social app plans
Interesting, but not a Google+, say Redmond gazers.
Jul 18 2011 6:36AM
Redmond exploits MySQL uncertainty
Seeks firms not wanting to migrate to Oracle databases
Jan 13 2010 7:07AM
Microsoft consolidates labs to reduce carbon footprint
Aims for 30 percent power reductions.
Sep 15 2009 2:21PM
Microsoft invites Mozilla developers to Redmond
Microsoft has extended an olive branch of sorts to Mozilla Corp., inviting its developers to Redmond to ensure Firefox and email suite Thunderbird will run on its upcoming Vista operating system (OS).
Aug 22 2006 10:11PM
Nash to go on sabbatical from Redmond
By June, Microsoft will initiate a changing of the guard within its security group.
Mar 29 2006 10:55PM
Redmond investigating new IE flaw
Microsoft said today that it is investigating a fresh vulnerability in Internet Explorer that could cause the browser to crash.
Mar 21 2006 9:48PM
Redmond to take on counterfeiting
Microsoft announced today that it hopes to improve user awareness of counterfeit software’s security risks by launching The Genuine Software Initiative.
Mar 9 2006 8:43PM
Redmond explains Explorer updates
Microsoft issued a non-security update Tuesday to clarify two recent updates for Internet Explorer.
Mar 1 2006 9:49PM
Half-dozen Vistas cleared by Redmond
Microsoft will sell six different versions of its soon-to-be released Windows Vista operating system.
Feb 27 2006 9:58PM
New WMF advisory from Redmond
Microsoft released two fresh advisories Tuesday – one warning users of another metafile (WMF) flaw that could enable malicious users to execute arbitrary code onto a PC.
Feb 8 2006 9:56PM
From Redmond: two December patches
Microsoft gave users two fixes, one with a critical rating, for its December edition of “Patch Tuesday.”
Dec 13 2005 10:04PM
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