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Tech News Round-up -Courtroom edition

By Hanleigh Daniels 16 July 2010

This week in the Tech News Round-up Facebook is due to cross the half a billion user mark, while Hollywood is putting the finishing touches on a movie about the founding of the popular social networking site. FULL STORY >

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Gaming News Round-up -Xbox 360 slim top in US

By Hanleigh Daniels 16 July 2010

Microsoft's slimmer Xbox 360 shows some mean sales figures in the States in this week's Gaming News Round-up, while Ed Boon talks about a lost Mortal Kombat title and fans have a chance to add their names to the Gran Turismo 5 credits. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft Outlook Social Connector updated

By Hanleigh Daniels 15 July 2010

Outlook 2003, 2007 and 2010 users will be able to be more in tune with their clients, family and friends thanks to the email client's social networking integration via Outlook Social Connector. FULL STORY >

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Kinect to support seated play

By Johan Keyter 15 July 2010

Good news for lazy gamers, Microsoft reveals that its motion based Kinect system will support seated play. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft executive bashes Apple and Windows Vista

By Tom Manners 15 July 2010

Microsoft COO Kevin Turner lashes out at Apples iPhone 4 by taking a dig at Windows Vista. FULL STORY >

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Windows Phone 7 on the way

By Johan Keyter 14 July 2010

Microsoft announces that its new smartphone, Windows Phone 7, will start shipping by the 2010 holiday season. FULL STORY >

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Three quarters of business PCs use Windows XP

By Tom Manners 13 July 2010

Business users are reluctant to upgrade to Windows 7 due to Vista flop admits Microsoft. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft takes aim at Apple for tablet PC dominance

By Tom Manners 13 July 2010

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer commits the company towards domination of the tablet PC market. FULL STORY >

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Sony will not be first with its next generation console

By Hanleigh Daniels 12 July 2010

Sony eyes rivals for launch of the next generation of video game consoles. FULL STORY >

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Tech News Round-up -Symbian three goes public

By Hanleigh Daniels 9 July 2010

This week in the Tech News Round-up the first public release of Symbian^3 sees the light of day while BlackBerry smartphones' email functionality is being integrated into yet another vehicle manufacturer's multimedia system. FULL STORY >

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Silverlight now available for Symbian devices

By Hanleigh Daniels 7 July 2010

Microsoft has released Silverlight for the Symbian mobile operating system. FULL STORY >

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A first for Xbox Live

By Hanleigh Daniels 7 July 2010

Microsoft has for the first time seen sales surpassing the $1 billion mark for its online gaming service in a single financial year. FULL STORY >

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Redmond to adopt new name in Japan

By Hanleigh Daniels 6 July 2010

Microsoft is going to change its name in Japan in order to make its Japanese customers more aware of its long history within that country. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft Kin shelved after just two days of availability

By Tom Manners 1 July 2010

Microsoft kills off its Kin ONE and Kin TWO mobile devices after poor sales, could this be the biggest mobile blunder in history FULL STORY >

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Windows 8 information leaked

By Johan Keyter 29 June 2010

Recently leaked information pertaining to Windows 8 has surfaced on the internet. Here is our sneak peak at what might be coming. FULL STORY >

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