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Since Satya Nadella took the reins of technology giant Microsoft it was clear that he would likely take the company in a very different direction than his predecessor Steve Ballmer.
Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and other tech firms are taking a stand against data requests from government agencies. The companies are hoping to provide more transparency by disclosing such requests from law enforcement and other government entities...
While the new video game consoles from Microsoft and Sony have been getting the lion’s share of attention in recent weeks, Valve Software, creator of popular online gaming platform Steam, proved PC gaming is far from dead.
Reaction to Microsoft's scaled-down presence at the trade show has spurred much debate amongst technology industry experts.
The Google Chrome user base continues to grow, and according to data collected by StatCounter, it now exceeds the user base of Internet Explorer by a few percent.
Amazon was still struggling on Friday trying to restore service to websites that use its cloud datacenters.
Barnes & Noble announced recently that it has added Web surfing and games to its electronic book reader device to fight back against Apple's new iPad tablet computer.
Technology giant Cisco Systems, Inc has unveiled new Internet hardware that they claim will be 12 times faster than the competition and make surfing the Web faster than ever before.
Facebook has won its fight for a US patent on news feeds behind the kinds of real-time updates that make social-networking websites popular amongst users.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) ended on Sunday after debuting gadgets that merge 3-D, software, entertainment, and the Web â€“ not to mention the adult entertainment industry.
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