Microsoft winning over China on smartphones
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Xiaomi tests Window 10

Microsoft appears to be winning more Chinese smartphone makers over to its Windows platform.

Internet explorer and Safari users are rubbish employees
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New Survey dismisses default setting people

People who use Internet Explorer are more likely to be rubbish at their jobs, according to a new survey.

Microsoft confirms the death of Internet Explorer
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End of an error

Microsoft has officially confirmed the impending retirement of its Internet Explorer web browser and its replacement with Project Spartan. 

Flagship Lumia to get iris scanner, dock
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Windows 10 strides to be innovative

Upcoming Lumia phones could launch with a few industry firsts, all in an effort to differentiate them from the rest of the pack and make Windows 10 phones look and feel more innovative.

China’s console policy should help AMD
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In the long run at least

China’s decision to lift an age old ban on the sale of game consoles is bound to benefit AMD in the long run. 

Stuxnet patch didn't work
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Redmond issues new patch

Microsoft's Stuxnet patch did not work properly and has left users open to the vulnerablity for five years. 

Microsoft asks for Kyocera phone ban
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Knock, Nokia on heaven's door

Microsoft has asked a court in Seattle to ban Kyocera’s DuraForce, Hydro and Brigadier lines of cellular phones.

Intel and Microsoft team up on mobile
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Two also rans also run

The two also rans in the mobile race, Intel and Microsoft are teaming up to improve their market position.

Windows XP will not die
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People are installing it

After a slump in the use of Windows XP, it appears that some daft people are re-installing it, even as they walk away from Windows 7.

Samsung sorts out its apps
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Microsoft included
 
Samsung has carried out its purge of in-house apps on the Galaxy S6 and included some of Microsoft's software. Both the S6 and S6 edge will ship with a "Microsoft Apps" folder that currently includes OneDrive, OneNote and Skype.