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longhorn

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2013 Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn 4X4

It may look and ride like a brute, but the 2013 Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn offers luxurious appointments and loads of good dashboard tech for the 21st-century cowboy.

By July 3, 2013

3 stars Editors' rating July 3, 2013

MSRP: $52,790.00

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2013 Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn Crew Cab 4X4

The Ram Laramie is a truck with a weird message. High-plains cowboy meets tech-savvy individual, and it actually pulls it off.

By July 3, 2013

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Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer and the parting of the ways

Ballmer gets the blame for Microsoft's recent lackluster stock performance and assorted product misses, and so should Bill Gates and rest of the company's board of directors.

By August 26, 2013

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Windows Vista is Ballmer's biggest regret at Microsoft

Microsoft's Steve Ballmer has given his first interview since announcing he's retiring, sharing his highs and lows from 33 years with the company.

By August 24, 2013

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Microsoft's Ballmer: 'This was the right path forward'

I had 15 minutes today to ask Microsoft's outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer a few questions. We talked his biggest regrets, his thinking on what's next and more. Here's Part 1.

By August 23, 2013

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Bill Gates bullish on robots and speech, has WinFS regrets

In his first AMA on Reddit, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates calls WinFS the Microsoft product he most wished had made it to market.

By February 11, 2013

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CNET's Team at SXSW

CNET has you covered at South by Southwest.

By March 8, 2012

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Windows 8 beta could debut as early as February

Microsoft will release a public beta of its next operating system in late February of 2012, according to The Next Web.

By December 2, 2011

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Early tablet executive leaves Microsoft

Bill Mitchell, who led the team in charge of some of Microsoft's early tablet efforts, has quietly left the company in recent months, CNET has learned.

By August 27, 2010

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What the Windows 8 leak tells us

Although things can certainly change between now and whenever Microsoft actually ships the next version of Windows, this week's leak offers an unexpected peek into Redmond's mindset.

By June 30, 2010