Russians exploit Windows hack
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Mr Putin says thanks very much Google

Russian hackers are taking advantage of the information on a zero day Windows flaw that Google gave them to hack western machines.

Google drops Microsoft in it with security flaw disclosure
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Lets Apple off but makes Microsoft customers vulnerable

After allowing Apple six months to fix a critical zero-day flaw, it seems that the Google security team gave Microsoft just 10 days to fix something before going public.

Microsoft releases PC with 3D features
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Coming at ya

Software king of the world Microsoft unveiled its first ever desktop computer and a free update to its Windows operating system that allows edits using 3D simulations.

Microsoft announces Surface Studio desktop PC
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Features Surface Dial haptic feedback tool

On Wednesday, during a Microsoft event in New York, company Surface chief Panos Panay went on stage and announced an all-in-one desktop PC designed for "creators and professionals". 

Microsoft working on a Quantum PC which may not work
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A bit like Vista only using cats

Software king of the world, Microsoft is building a quantum computer which, in addition to potentially dead and alive cats, features parts which physicists are not sure actually exist.

Microsoft jacks up British prices
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Failing pound to blame

Software king of the world Microsoft is showing the UK the cost of its nationalism and retarded hatred of foreigners as it jacks up its post-Brexit prices by 13-22 percent.

Watch out world, the Microsoft Empire is striking back
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And this time it is cloudy

After years languishing under the reign of its shy and retiring CEO Steve “there is a kind of hush” Ballmer, it seems that Microsoft is back in a role of global dominance, thanks to it actually betting on cloud technology reasonably early.

Microsoft starts selecting its own components
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Let down by suppliers

Software king of the world, Microsoft is sourcing the parts for its servers itself rather than relying on its ODM partners.

HoloLens developer kit goes on sale in parts of Europe
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And the United Kingdom

Microsoft has released its HoloLens AR gear for developers in France, Germany, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

Pegatron scores Microsoft Surface PC contract
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Two-in-One and notebooks

Word on the street is that Microsoft's partner on its next-generation Surface Pro series 2-in-1 and notebook products including the Surface Pro 5, Surface Book 2 and new Surface-brand desktops (which are likely all-in-one PCs) will be Pegatron.