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Microsoft rolling out 34 unscheduled patches for Windows today

The company is shifting gears from its usual Patch Tuesday to push out optional patches. But why now, and for what reason?

By April 21, 2015

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Outlook.com is having hiccups

As of late Tuesday night, users of Microsoft's online mail services have been bumping into trouble syncing and sending mail.

By April 8, 2015

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Microsoft pulls buggy Patch Tuesday updates

Two updates were beset by technical issues, forcing Microsoft to issue another update to remove the faulty software.

By December 12, 2014

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Microsoft eyes phone that silences itself in movies

According to a patent filed by the software giant, Microsoft has a vision of a future in which phones silence themselves when they realize they're in a theater or similar situation.

By January 17, 2013

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Microsoft working on phone that silences itself in the cinema

Microsoft has a vision of a future in which phones silence themselves when they realise they're in a cinema or other situations.

By January 16, 2013

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InfoWorld's two minds on open source's value

InfoWorld's Bossie awards are supposed to judge the best open-source software, but publication ends up muddying the water with business models.

By August 31, 2009

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Oracle squashes 78 software bugs in latest patch

The database giant has fixed 78 different holes across most of its major product line.

By January 18, 2012

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Steve Jobs and NeXT: Genesis of the new Apple

The old cliche applies to Steve Jobs and NeXT Computer. Out of failure comes success.

By November 6, 2011

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Reporters' Roundtable: Happy 30th birthday, IBM PC

Thirty years ago today IBM launched the 5150. We take a look back at the creation of the PC with an interview with Dave Bradley, the guy who invented Ctrl-Alt-Delete, and look forward with Michael Miller, former editor of PC Magazine.

By August 12, 2011

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TDL-4: The 'indestructible' botnet?

Researchers at Kaspersky say the TDL-4 is extremely sophisticated and has already infected 4.5 million computers around the globe.

By June 30, 2011