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Tech firms trying to not use conflict minerals

Apr 27, 2011
Intel and Hewlett-Packard Co. are a couple of the big tech companies that are looking for ways to make their products without using a substance...
Posted In: Dell, Hp, Microsoft

Nintendo confirms next Wii

Apr 25, 2011
The company says it will officially unveil the next generation of Wii at the E3 games expo in June. The console is expected to be launched some...
Posted In: Microsoft, nintendo, playstation, Sony, video games, wii, xbox

Panda eats Ciao?

Apr 18, 2011
Here's another story on the same front. Ciao.co.uk is a site owned by Microsoft that has been at the front of some legal action against Google in...
Posted In: Google, Microsoft, panda

Latest chapter in Google - Microsoft soap opera

Apr 12, 2011
Will Steve Ballmer recover from amnesia in time to fist fight Larry Page's evil twin atop the water tower?...
Posted In: ballmer, Google, larry page, Microsoft

Where to go for Patch Tuesday

Apr 11, 2011
Here's a link to Microsoft's official page for the Patch Tuesday fixes coming on line this morning.
Posted In: Microsoft, patch tuesday, security

The Xbox 360 helps clean up nuclear mess in Japan

Apr 1, 2011
QinetiQ has sent unmanned robots to Japan to help at the Fukushima plant. The robots have Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive...
Posted In: earthquake, Japan, Microsoft, robots, Science, tsunami, world, xbox

Microsoft accuses Google of being a monopoly

Mar 31, 2011
In a related story, Courtney Love accuses Charlie Sheen of being crazy....
Posted In: business, EU, Google, government, Microsoft

Amazon takes music to the cloud

Mar 29, 2011
While we've been waiting for months for Apple, Google, or Microsoft to launch a cloud based music service, Amazon seems to have snuck in and...
Posted In: Amazon, android, apple, cloud, Entertainment, Google, ios, Microsoft, Music, social media

Microsoft buys a bunch of IP addresses

Mar 25, 2011
The addresses were owned by the Canadian company Nortel which has gone bankrupt. Microsoft paid 7.5 million for 666,000 addresses, that works out...
Posted In: business, geek chow, Microsoft, search

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