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Real-time search on Bing

By Thomas McKinnon 22 October 2009

Microsoft announced that it has struck deals with Twitter and Facebook to include realtime, social search features on Bing. FULL STORY >

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Books on Windows 7

By Mike Joubert 12 October 2009

Windows 7 Plain & Simple, Windows 7 For Dummies and Windows 7 In Easy Steps are just a few books already available that explore Microsoft\'s latest operating system. FULL STORY >

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Windows 7 - What you need to know

By Mike Joubert 6 October 2009

Microsoft\'s Windows 7 is set for release towards the end of the month. We look at some need-to-know info and highlights before the big day. Helpful tips, insights and links included. We just can\'t wait. FULL STORY >

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Reaching the next billion

By Thomas McKinnon 5 October 2009

South Africa was ground zero for the development of mibli, powered by Microsoft OneApp. The platform enables basic handsets to run mobile apps like Twitter, Facebook and Windows Live Messenger. Can it reach the next billion? FULL STORY >

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MS Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000

By Thomas McKinnon 30 September 2009

The Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 is Microsofts thinnest keyboard ever, as its just slightly thicker than the width of a AAA battery. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft launch free antivirus app

By Thomas McKinnon 29 September 2009

Microsoft has announced that its free antivirus application, Security Essentials, will be made available for public download today. FULL STORY >

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mibli could bring apps to the masses

By Thomas McKinnon 10 September 2009

mibli is a mobile app with a difference. It can be used on just about any GPRS phone which means it can be used on 80 of phones in SA. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft OneApp debuts in SA

By Thomas McKinnon 25 August 2009

Designed for emerging markets, Microsoft\\\'s OneApp appears on a cellphone as a single application that allows users to easily access all of their mobile apps while more efficiently using network data. FULL STORY >

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Web based MS Office announced

By Thomas McKinnon 14 July 2009

Microsoft recently announced a web-based version of its Office 2010 offering. FULL STORY >

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Google OS in 2010

By Mike Joubert 9 July 2009

Google announced that they will be releasing the Google Chrome Operating System. FULL STORY >

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IE security threat

By Thomas McKinnon 7 July 2009

Microsoft issued a security advisory late yesterday alerting users to a flaw in IE software that could allow hackers to hijack their PCs. FULL STORY >

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BlueTrack Mouse Technology

By Mike Joubert 22 June 2009

What makes BlueTrack mouse technology better than any other tracking technology? David Bohn, Principal Mechanical Architect at Microsoft explains. FULL STORY >

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Windows 7 to be browserless

By Thomas McKinnon 12 June 2009

Windows 7 to be browserless as Microsoft give in to EU antitrust pressures. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft Arc Mouse Designer

By Mike Joubert 11 June 2009

Microsoft‘«÷s Arc mouse raised a few eyebrows with its rather odd design last year. We chatted to the User Experience Designer responsible for the Arc concept. FULL STORY >

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Bada Bing

By Mike Joubert 2 June 2009

Bing is Microsoft‘«÷s latest attempt to strangle a bit of the search market away from Google and to a lesser extent Yahoo. FULL STORY >

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