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Windows 7: Moving beyond Vista July 6, 2009 Microsoft aims to make a much different first impression with Windows 7 than it did with Vista, its oft-maligned predecessor.
Do we need NASA? October 3, 2007 Almost 50 years after the space agency was founded, is it still worth spending $17.6 billion in taxpayer money a year to keep it going?
Brazil: Tech powerhouse, but gap remains August 29, 2008 Though long in the shadow of the U.S. when it comes to computing, Latin America is home to a number of fast-growing regions, including Brazil--already the world's fifth largest PC market.
Building Microsoft Office 14 March 20, 2009 In the latest update to Office, the biggest changes surrounded the software's look. The next incarnation, code-named Office 14, will have its desktop versions but will join the world of Web applica...
Brazil's love of Linux August 28, 2008 The open-source software definitely gets a warm reception here, but its role can easily be overestimated, too.
The Mac at 25 January 23, 2009 special coverage At the silver anniversary of Apple's Macintosh, we look back at how the revolutionary computer has evolved and where it could go from here.
The White House reboots January 27, 2009 Barack Obama takes office as the 44th president with an agenda that includes a fresh take on technology.
Brazil: Digital inclusion, but how? August 27, 2008 While hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on digital inclusion projects in Latin America, many of the programs start and end with the technology.
Inviting the hackers inside December 4, 2007 Aiming to be more open, Microsoft reaches out to the security research community it once kept at a distance.
Faces of the recession December 19, 2008 See how the recession is affecting the companies and workers of the technology industry.
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