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End of the Line for Microsoft Edge?

Rumors circulated this week that Microsoft will be replacing the core technology in its Edge browser for Windows 10 with Chromium, the open source software from Google that is the core of the Chrome browser. Google’s Blink will be basis of the new browser, reportedly codenamed “Anaheim.” Microsoft Edge, developed by Microsoft as a replacement […]

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Microsoft Foils Russian Attack on GOP Think Tanks

Microsoft has torpedoed a pair of websites designed to steal credentials from visitors to two Republican Party think tanks. The malicious websites were among six the company took down last week. A group of hackers affiliated with the Russian military created the sites, according to Microsoft. The group apparently was the same group that stole […]

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Microsoft Surface Go Earns Strong Marks

Early reviews of the Microsoft Surface Go two-in-one, now available in stores, mainly have been positive. “This Surface Go is far closer to what people seem to want in a small product that’s more focused on productivity than the iPad has yet been able to deliver,” said Rob Enderle, principal analyst at the Enderle Group. […]

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Google joins Microsoft and others to make it easy to transfer data between services

Transferring your data between services can prove difficult, and that’s why the Data Transfer Project has been founded. Created by Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook, the service tries to make it easy for you to transfer your files between different services. You could import your photos from Microsoft OneDrive to Google Photos, for example. It’s not […]

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