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50 min ago | How
The Web turned 25 this month and many of its original core fonts have "grown up," gone "Pro" and become Web fonts over the last few years.
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5 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
That means that XP users will no longer receive security patches from will be vulnerable to exploits and malware.
6 hrs ago | Ananova
The Chinese government will try to patch up the outdated Windows XP operating system -because it is too expensive to upgrade.
7 hrs ago | InfoWorld
Web browser or Office suite? Microsoft's and Google's office productivity and collaboration clouds pit rich and complex against simple and lean more IT organizations are inundated with the support issues and headaches that accompany supporting a mobile workforce.
9 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington
Desktop and laptop computers are standing at death's door, which is propped open by the growth of tablets and smartphones, technology analysts say.
Fans of the original Windows interface got some great news on Microsoft's annual BUILD developers conference where it was annoucned that the company would be putting back the highly demanded Start menu back into action.
DirectCash Payments Inc. currently operates more than 20,000 ATMs worldwide, in convenience stores, restaurants, airports, casinos, bars and other venues.
US Bank has fully converted its fleet of nearly 5,000 U.S. Bank automated teller machines to the Windows 7 operating system, avoiding issues that could arise since Microsoft has discontinued support of its previous operating system, Windows XP.
Today is Earth Day. Show your love for the globe by getting rid of your old technology in the most environmentally friendly way possible.
This is a self contained EXE composited animation, written in procedural code with the low level SDK programming FLAT API, to get rid of any external dependencies.
PC sales are expected to decline at a slower rate this year, giving Microsoft a boost, while the end of support for XP should lead to better license sales.
A Mandarin woman turned the tables on cyber criminals after she received a series of harassing phone calls from scammers posing as Microsoft Windows representatives.
I'm with WZor and also expect it to come as a free update to Win8 rather than only with Win9 that we'll need to buy.
Myles Chefetz does a tasting in the kitchen at Prime Fish with chef Todd Zimmer, April 14, 2014.
Microsoft officially ended support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. That means the company is no longer patching newly discovered security vulnerabilities in the operating system, and people who continue to use it are opening themselves up to security risks.
Investors seem to get it - the smartphone market is saturated. Share prices of all major smartphone vendors sagged in 2013.