Archives: May 2013

Windows RT's race to the bottom

May 15, 2013
Dell has heavily discounted its only Windows RT tablet, and Microsoft is giving Europeans up to 25 percent off new Surface RTs with covers
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BlackBerry: Confident enough to go beyond BlackBerry

May 14, 2013
At BlackBerry Live event, CEO Thorsten Heins unveiled new devices and discussed company's mobile computing vision
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Internet Explorer 10 beats Chrome and Firefox at blocking malware downloads

May 14, 2013
NSS Labs finds that IE10 spots nearly all malware, while Safari, Firefox, and Opera prove particularly unsafe
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Looks like Windows 8 will finally be ready for prime time this holiday

May 14, 2013
The company says that supply issues that have held back the availability of more touchscreen devices
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It's official: 'Blue' will be called Windows 8.1

May 14, 2013
The Blogging Windows site announces a few details about the upcoming free update to Windows 8
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MongoDB sets its sights beyond NoSQL competitors

May 14, 2013
The NoSQL database is challenging rivals like Oracle MySQL and IBM DB2
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Saudi-based Mobily seeks U.S. hacker's help to build a mobile spying system

May 13, 2013
Security researcher Moxie Marlinspike says Mobily isn't alone in widespread eavesdropping, urges hacker community to re-evaluate priorities
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Windows developer says kernel dev being mismanaged

May 13, 2013
Anonymous developer on Windows kernel team attributes Windows' slow performance to infighting, turnover, and mismanagement at Microsoft
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Why Mozilla's innovation chief jumped to the world of patents

May 10, 2013
Todd Simpson has joined InterDigital, a company commonly accused of being a patent troll
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Don't believe the myths about Windows 8.1 'Blue'

May 10, 2013
Astounding amounts of misinformation are circulating on Windows 'Blue,' even in publications that should know better. Here's what we know
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