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Skype Updates Windows Client To Integrate With Microsoft Outlook

01/10/2013, Back in 2011, Microsoft announced it had purchased Skype for a cool $8.5 billion, and shortly thereafter we started seeing Microsoft slowly start to integrate it into its products, even ending its own Windows Live Messenger and having those users move...

25 GPU Cluster Guesses Windows Passwords In Under 6 Hours

12/10/2012, The amount of raw computing power found in a 25-GPU cluster is more than enough to take a crack at 6.6 quadrillion password combinations. Just in case your mind is boggled by the amount, let’s just put it simply. That amount is more than enough to check...

Windows Blue OS Update In The Pipeline?

11/28/2012, Microsoft’s Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 operating systems – the former being for computers while the other is meant for the mobile platform, has been around for just a short while, but it seems that the software giant is preparing to roll out an...

Microsoft sued due to Windows Live Tiles

10/31/2012, Microsoft’s Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 have one thing in common – the implementation of Windows Live Tiles. I find the idea of Live Tiles to be a fascinating one, as you get to know what is going on in real time at a glance on your handset...

Internet Explorer bug fix pushed to the masses

09/17/2012, Microsoft has strongly encouraged Windows users earlier this morning to install a free piece of security software which is said to be able to offer protection for PCs from a newly discovered bug that is making its rounds on those using the Internet...

Microsoft reportedly dropping the Metro branding from its Windows UI

08/03/2012, One of the unique features of Windows Phone/Windows 8 is the Metro UI (pictured above). We admit that even though we don’t use Windows Phone devices, we like the Metro UI look and Android/iOS users who have downloaded mods/tweaks to look like Metro will...

Microsoft acknowledges the risk that OEMs may abandon ship

07/27/2012, Let’s be honest, you and plenty of others probably saw this coming when Microsoft announced the Surface tablet, a device which they pretty much designed and built themselves, thereby annoying and possibly angering their manufacturing partners in the...