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Holiday shoppers can save some bucks on a Surface Pro 3, various ultrabooks, Xbox One consoles and assorted accessories.
Normally $329, the PC that works as both a tablet and a notebook can be had for just $199 -- but only on Thursday.
Transformer Book Flips are $299 courtesy of Monday's 12 Days of Deals.
As part of Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals, the first 50 people who buy the notebook at their local Microsoft store will get it for even less -- $199.
The first deal of Microsoft's 12 days trims the price of a Windows 8.1 tablet by $20 and throws in a free one-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal.
This week, an inconvenient truth: We're talking about our national infrastructure, and how it's a mess from a security perspective thanks in no small part to the Internet. With special guest, nuclear engineer Joe Weiss.
The app store business model, nearly perfected by Apple, has changed the way software is made, sold, distributed, and priced. Join Rafe Needleman in discussion with CNET's Maggie Reardon and GigaOm's Sebastian Rupley.
In its online and retail stores, Microsoft is selling computers loaded with all of its online software including its Windows Live, Zune, and Security Essentials products.
The Revo Uninstaller managed to remove the trial version of Office Enterprise 2007 Enterprise when the program's own uninstall routine failed.
Windows enthusiast blog posts what are supposedly leaked screenshots of Microsoft's new Morro free security offering. ZDNet blog says it will be cloud-based.