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Hackers bypass Windows 7 activation

Coders have found a way to disable the normal activation requirements of Microsoft's latest operating system, although Redmond says it is working to shore up its antipiracy protections.

By November 13, 2009


Microsoft's WGA: it's only human(s)

Microsoft's WGA meltdown was apparently caused by human error. Great. Now if we could just get rid of those people....

By August 29, 2007


Microsoft acknowledges Windows 7 activation leak

Alex Kochis, director of Genuine Windows, acknowledges that an activation key given to Lenovo for Windows 7 installs has been exposed, distributed on the Internet.

By July 31, 2009


Apple offering credit for strike-shortened seasons

Season pass holders will receive a two-episode credit from Apple's iTunes Store for having to endure the writers' strike, and may get more compensation if fewer than expected episodes are delivered for a particular show.

By March 18, 2008


Episode 598: Android overlords?

Either Android (Google's phone platform) will take over the world, or the robots befriending our toddlers will.

By November 6, 2007


Episode 596: The good ship "Jollycast"

$100 HD-DVD players for everyone, entertainment goes online, and the iPhone as ... invention? Really? Of the year?

By November 2, 2007


IE7 is missing and a sad tale of tech support

IE7 is missing from Windows Update. Used to be there. A sad tale of tech support.

By October 13, 2007