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Microsoft struggles on a slippery Surface
Microsoft struggles on a slippery Surface
If you launched a brand new product just before Christmas and then sold around 700 000 units, you'd be pretty pleased. But if your company...
Windows makeover stays in familiar territory
Windows makeover stays in familiar territory
It is called Windows 8, but it might be simpler to think of it as Windows 7+1. Underneath everything you will see at first is the same Windows that...
Is the age of the personal computer over?
Is the age of the personal computer over?
1975 was a bumper year for the personal computer (PC). Nearly 50 000 of them were sold, hatching an entirely new market. Just a year or two earlier,...
Smartphones: The good, the bad and the ugly
Smartphones: The good, the bad and the ugly
Remember feature phones? Those candy-bar-shaped gadgets that allowed you to make voice calls and send SMS messages?
Tech Factor: Microsoft readies the lifeboats
Tech Factor: Microsoft readies the lifeboats
When Stephen Elop took over at Nokia, he likened the company's predicament to a man standing on a burning oil rig, debating whether to brave the...
Nokia aims to upset Apple's cart with Microsoft tablet
Nokia aims to upset Apple's cart with Microsoft tablet
Nokia is to launch a tablet computer next year, making its first foray into a market which is dominated by Apple and has seen rival entrants lose...
A quaint marriage of the old and new
A quaint marriage of the old and new
If you've only just got used to the superior looks, performance and stability of the Windows 7 operating system, you're in for some disappointing...

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