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windows strata


HTC: Here's how we're going to get back into the game

HTC's marketing and sales chief tells CNET that the company plans to be more vocal in its comeback, and dishes on how well the One X performed and its support for Windows Phone.

By September 7, 2012


Where IT is going: Cloud, mobile, and data

Today's IT world is changing dramatically because of the convergence of cloud computing, mobility, and everything else associated with running apps on the Web, and big data.

By April 23, 2012


Ultrabooks are underpricing Apple at retail--and they'd better

Prices for Intel-based ultrabooks from major brands such as Toshiba, and Acer remain well below $1,000, keeping the pressure on Apple's pricier MacBook Air.

By February 17, 2012


Does Windows Cloud equal Windows Strata?

Web site for Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference briefly lists several cloud computing sessions grouped under the heading "Windows Strata."

By October 8, 2008


Firefox gets a visit from the future

Thanks to a teenage Firefox aficionado, you can make your Firefox 3.5 or 3.6 look like mock-ups we've seen for Firefox 3.7 and Firefox 4.0.

By January 12, 2010


Windows 7 to reach down to Netbooks

When Microsoft talks Windows 7 next week, expect the software maker to talk about a product that can reach a part of the market that Vista has so far barely touched.

By October 24, 2008


Get ready for Microsoft's PDC

With questions swirling around Windows 7 and "Windows Cloud," Microsoft's Professional Developer Conference will be the place to be. Even if you can't be there, our shiny PDC page will keep you up-to-date.

By October 15, 2008


How Microsoft will compete with 'free'

Jean-Louis Gassée explains how Microsoft's future business model will borrow from both Apple and Google.

By October 19, 2008


Countdown to shuttle launch begins

While NASA makes last-minute checks on Discovery, some say it's time for space exploration to move to the private sector. Photos: Preparing for lift-off

By July 13, 2005


Handspring's Dubinsky sees fistful of opportunity

Handspring CEO and founder Donna Dubinsky sits down with CNET News.com to share some of her thoughts on the history--and future--of the handheld market.

August 24, 2000