Is it a real strike to mass surveillance, or just a PR exercise?
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Sticking tech into something doesn’t necessarily make it “smart.”
Drawing sexy anime mascots for web browsers and operating systems is a thing.
Oh, and picking the digital locks would be a felony.
The end result, Microsoft hopes, will be its own comprehensive ecosystem.
Even after all of the domestic spying revelations revealed by Edward Snowden, New Zealand decided it wants to start it's own mini-NSA.
What the new FISA request numbers tell us.
Prosecutors are trying to convince Apple, Google, and Samsung to install "kill switches" that would render their products useless when stolen.
Looking at Skype's growth rate alone — one in three calls! — you can see that people would rather get free international calls that hold onto their right to privacy.
It's actually a good thing.
Google startled the tech world slightly on Thursday when it pulled back the curtain on the new high perforance, touchscreen Chromebook Pixel laptop.
The billionaire got really hip this week, however, when he showed up on Reddit to host an AMA and be the butt of a bunch of Internet geeks' jokes.
Next stop: Owning the entire web.
For the last five years, NORAD has partnered with Google to bring children the tracker, but this year the agency has switched to Microsoft.
Redmond's still trying to convince people that its newest OS is its best ever.
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Windows 8 is Microsoft’s Travis Bickle.
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Microsoft has fumbled enough balls to knows this might be its last play.
Imagine a video game that's not just confined to your TV screen or the six different ways you can flip your wrist to move the controller. Microsoft gave us a taste of the possibilities of a more immersive gaming experience with Kinect, a smart slab o…
This is a story about software, but it begins with hardware. On Monday, Microsoft unveiled its first ever Windows PC that it built from the ground up, the new Surface tablet. It’s a bold move for a company that built an international monopoly on th…
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