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Microsoft shareholder sues over browser choice blunder
A shareholder at the software giant has launched a lawsuit over what she considers a failing by past CEOs to run the company properly.
Microsoft earns first European cloud privacy approval
Microsoft has become the first company to be recognised by the European Union for its privacy efforts for cloud enterprise customers.
Fujitsu unveils 120-core x86 multi-platform servers
Fujitsu has announced the new Primequest range of x86 servers with support for up to eight processors and 120 cores.
Google and VMware slash $200 off Chromebooks for XP laggards
Google and VMware are offering business a significant discount on upgrades to Chromebooks.
Windows XP migration offset weak PC demand in first quarter
The latest IDC report shows a first quarter decline that is not as bad as projected, largely thanks to last-minute upgrades from Windows XP.
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7 Questions with #Fantasy Author Dean F. Wilson #AmReading #GoodReads
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Microsoft temporarily suspends Windows 8.1 Update 1 for businesses
Microsoft has pulled the plug on Windows 8.1 Update 1 for any businesses rolling it out through Windows Server Update Services, due to a nas
Intel, 3M, and SGI reduce data centre cooling costs by 95 per cent
Intel, 3M and SGI have partnered to showcase a new 3M-developed cooling fluid that can dramatically reduce costs, save water, and take up le
Google and Citrix partner for Windows business apps on Chromebook
Google has partnered with Citrix to provide millions of Windows-based apps for Chromebooks in an effort to make the devices more attractive
AMD launches 16GB graphics card for 4K workstations
AMD has launched the FirePro W9100 professional graphics card that can power up to six 4K displays simultaneously.
Fujitsu speeds up data transfers 10 times with new technique
Fujitsu has developed a new technique that avails of data deduplication and compression to send files at much faster speeds.
Windows 8.1 Update 1 is live: here's how to download and install it
Microsoft has launched Windows 8.1 Update 1, and we show you how to get all those dearly missed features back.
Samsung makes graphene breakthrough for flexible wearable computing
Samsung has announced a significant discovery that addresses a major hurdle in bringing graphene-based devices to the market.
Samsung launches 64GB durable SD and microSD cards
Samsung has unveiled a new range of SD and microSD cards that can withstand a beating.
Forget the cloud, Seagate's 6TB drive will store your entire film collec...
A new 6TB hard drive with 12Gb/s SAS interface, along with new LaCie rack and RAID rigs for even higher storage capacities.
Intel unveils Braswell entry-level CPU and 20 new Chromebook designs
At IDF 2014, Intel announced a new 14nm processor codenamed Braswell, in addition to extensive support for Google's Chromebook range.
Microsoft updates Internet Explorer with enterprise-friendly features
Microsoft has updated its browser, which is coming to Windows Phone 8.1, with workplace-friendly features.