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Symbolic wave of change hits the new Microsoft
Symbolic wave of change hits the new Microsoft
In 1986 Microsoft was about as cool as a company could get. Its software dominated the market, its IPO had just created thousands of millionaires,...
Hands-on with the HoloLens
Hands-on with the HoloLens
A ball of scrunched-up newspaper lies on a desk alongside colourful, triangular objects. I raise a finger in the air, and make a tapping motion on...
Microsoft will crowdsource Windows 10
Microsoft will crowdsource Windows 10
Following Tuesday's Windows 10 announcement, Microsoft South Africa held a technical briefing to explain its new thinking. Zoaib Hoosen, managing...
Inside the internet of things
Inside the internet of things
If the internet of things and big data sound like impersonal approaches to high-tech, listen again. Increasingly, the two are being put together with...
Microsoft says goodbye to Windows XP
Microsoft says goodbye to Windows XP
Windows XP was released in 2001 and quickly established a broad fan base amongst business users and regular consumers. This popularity saw the OS...
Nadella new Microsoft CEO, Gates steps down as chair
Nadella new Microsoft CEO, Gates steps down as chair
Microsoft named company veteran Satya Nadella as its next chief executive officer on Tuesday, ending a longer-than-expected search for a new leader...
CES: Yahoo set to battle Microsoft, Google
CES: Yahoo set to battle Microsoft, Google
At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week, Yahoo unveiled a new suite of advertising technology to help advertisers, publishers and partners get more return from their online advertising campaigns....
Nokia to sell phone unit to Microsoft for €5.44bn
Nokia to sell phone unit to Microsoft for €5.44bn
Nokia will grant Microsoft a 10-year non-exclusive licence to its patents and will itself focus on network infrastructure and services, which it...
Going a bit (Micro)soft
Going a bit (Micro)soft
On July 18, Microsoft announced yearly profits of nearly $22-billion. Its shares immediately plunged over 11% and have yet to recover. What has...
Xbox One checking if you're watching ads? Less 'gee-whiz', more WTF
Xbox One checking if you're watching ads? Less 'gee-whiz', more WTF
Ever felt like sitting through the ad breaks was an achievement of sorts? That you should be rewarded for those portions of your life lost to inane...
Thing of beauty: The Xbox One
Thing of beauty: The Xbox One
It does everything. But is everything what we want?

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