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Sometimes people say the daftest things ...This has to be the daftest quote of the month, from Nokia's outgoing head of smartphones Anssi Vanjoki.
Why Windows 8's usage share is at 12 percent, what that means, and why it doesn't really matter in the long run.
Just as the stone ax gave way to one made of bronze, the Windows-powered PC must now give way to better, more customized, more refined tools.
Get some down time over Thanksgiving by preparing in advance for the inevitable 'Turkey Day' tech support requests deluge.
If you're a Vista user and you've been waiting (patiently!) for Service Pack 1 (SP1) to be pushed to your systems automatically, your wait is nearly over.
Nokia's flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone is to feature wireless charging, and the Finnish handset company has struck deals to put charging pads on airlines and coffee shops. Is this enough to make the technology mainstream.
So, Microsoft gives customers of now defunct MSN Music a final farewell kick in the teeth by pulling the plug on any future downloads or license activations. Your existing music will work until the authorized PC dies, after which it's back to the store to repurchase the music.
Microsoft might want to exorcise Windows XP and Vista from the world's PCs (because if you're running old software, you've not given Microsoft any cash in a while), but the company's own attitudes to how consumers get their hands on operating systems is a big part of the reason why people are running old operating systems.
Microsoft is squeezing the Android patent cash cow as hard as it can, with Samsung in the firing line this time.