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Blog Post Archive

Microsoft 2Q18: Trump tax hit turns strong quarter into $6.3B loss

Taxes aside, revenue was up 12 percent, and operating income up 10 percent.

Windows Defender to start removing “optimizer” scareware

Redmond taking aim at registry cleaners, PC optimizers, and other dubious utilities.

Microsoft might finally have a forward-thinking game with Sea of Thieves

Similarities to PUBG are nothing but good news for this online game's pre-release test.

New Windows patch disables Intel’s bad Spectre microcode fix

Registry keys can also be used to selectively enable or disable the microcode fix.

Meltdown and Spectre: Good news for AMD users, (more) bad news for Intel

Windows patches are fixed, but microcode updates are causing even more trouble.

Skype finally getting end-to-end encryption

It’ll use the Signal protocol, also used in WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and others.

RIP Kinect: 2010-2017(ish)

Discontinued USB adapter is the last nail in the coffin for influential tech.

TV Technica 2017: Our 10 favorite watches

TV's continued niche-ification means there's plenty of excellent tech moments to enjoy.

HP, Asus announce first Windows 10 ARM PCs: 20 hour battery life, gigabit LTE

Microsoft claims that Snapdragon 835 systems offer the best of Windows 10 and the smartphone.

Surface Book 2 review: Monster performance, but lightning hasn’t struck twice

To be frank, a system this expensive (~$2,500) needs to be more forward-looking.

Surface Pro with 450Mbps LTE launching December 1, starting at $1,149

Microsoft is aiming the new version at the highly mobile business customer.

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