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Video Roundup: New at Microsoft

Video Roundup: New at Microsoft

From a Cortana-powered thermostat to a new focus on machine reading in its growing AI division, Microsoft is making waves lately. The Redmond-based company has even bet on white spaces to bring broadband internet to rural America. Here's a look at what's new at Microsoft.

August 5, 2017 by in Microsoft

eXPropriation: Repurposing old XP hardware

eXPropriation: Repurposing old XP hardware

Windows XP will soon be out of official support, and if you've taken the plunge and finally upgraded to a piece of modern hardware, one question remains: What to do with that old beige box? Here's a handful of options to help you decide which path to take.

November 26, 2013 by in Microsoft

That student discount might just be fraudulent

That student discount might just be fraudulent

Microsoft has issued more than 50 cease and desist letters in an effort to shut down alleged international software smuggling operations, reports the Seattle Times. The letters were sent to companies that that claim to be "academic resellers" in order to obtain discounts on Windows XP and Office 2003.

April 3, 2007 by in Microsoft