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Just a few days ago, reports revealed that Microsoft is the top petitioner to Google for the removal of links to allegedly pirated media. This comes shortly after news broke that Microsoft had censored The Pirate Bay and backed "BitTorrent-poisoning startups." Now, however, reports reveal that a f ... More >>
Last week, journalists and software designers were treated to a preview of Microsoft's latest operating system: Windows 8. The preview was held at Microsoft's Build conference in Anaheim, and those in attendance report a wildly different Windows. CNN calls it "radical" and CNET says it will b ... More >>
In the annals of inadvertent viral humiliation, the Microsoft Songsmith ad falls squarely between Tay Zonday and the Numa Numa Guy--cringeworthy, but not permanently ruinous. In case you've missed this particular case of public humiliation, Songsmith is Microsoft's new music-making software, a Gar ... More >>
This weekend is the first East Coast She's Geeky, a gender-segregated tech conference -- or, as they like to call it, an "un-conference" taking place in "neutral, face-to-face gathering spaces for women," in this case the Microsoft offices at 1290 Avenue of the Americas. From the invite, She's Geeky ... More >>
TechCrunch has three new non-Seinfeld Microsoft ads. As befits the election season, they're short on policy but long on image. "I'm a PC," says a John Hodgman type who appears at the outset of the ads, "and I've been made into a stereotype."
A promising glimpse of the next big thing
With its new spreadsheet application, Google continues on its path toward world domination
Three upstart local online music stores aim for their own niche markets
Corporations vainly scheme to the beat of a different DRM
Medicine, please: Microsoft's big fix just sent my computer to the infirmary
Portable video looks great, and in a couple of years it may be affordable
Microsoft's Error ReportsJust Feel-Good Fluff?
How to Ditch Microsoft's Unwanted Extras
Get Your Lego Skills in Gear: Acing a Job Interview Just Got More Puzzling
Publishers Scramble to Make Electronic Books a Reality
A Dose of Old-Fashioned Violent Wish Fulfillment
Why Code Crackers Will Lead the Digital Age
The Music Industry Turns to the Tech World for a Boost
Will Microsoft Have to Break Up? Reporter says 'Yes,' Then 'No'
At the Interactive Music XPO, mp3 everywhere but no SDMI
The Former Manager of the White-Hot Internet Fund Makes You a Millionaire and Heads to the Gym
Morphing student techies into a modern-day breakfast club
Role-Playing Microsofties Trigger Security Alerts
Gates Gives to the GOP
Is There Room for Unions in the New Media World?
If you get sued in Ruthless.Com, does it hurt in real life?
''...it is possible that once she has been arrested she will make a suicide attempt.''
From FBI Psychological Profile of Suspect Terry Squillacote
Linux, the David of Operating Systems, Poses a Threat to Microsoft's Goliath
Fast Times at Cyber Senior High