After months and years of warnings, Microsoft has finally pulled the plug on XP. Here's ZDNet's round-up of what happens next and why you should care.
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Let the consumers choose, French consumer association says. Two suits over companies' DRM are expected to be heard later this year.
Microsoft launches its 'Get the Facts' road show in the U.K., to spread the word that Windows is better than Linux. But are anti-Microsoft supporters a "jihad?"
E-mails filled with office gossip or forwarded jokes may be costing firms more than just minutes of employees' time, according to research.
The chips will be put onto kids' schoolbags, name tags or clothing to track the kids' movements.
A Gartner study warns that outsourcing projects frequently fall below expectations primarily because businesses fall down in the planning stages.
Chris Corrado, formerly chief information officer for AT&T Wireless, will replace the auction giant's current CTO, Marty Abbott.
The German city confirms it will proceed with the biggest Linux migration ever.
A Bluetooth feature in mobile phones and PDAs looks like it could be spawning a new craze--and possible a new outlet for spammers.
Search giant stops using Gmail name after protracted wranglings with U.K. research firm that refers to part of its software as G-mail.