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How Microsoft is helping Ukraine’s cyberwar against Russia

Microsoft's efforts to aid Ukraine aren't just altruistic; by fending off Russian cyberattacks, the company is helping its customers, too.

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Apple appeals UK probe, but is it just buying time?

Apple is appealing a regulatory investigation against it and Google over mobile services. But does it already plan key changes to its approach?

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Generative AI isn’t about what you think it is

While everyone is having fun using tools like ChatGPT to “create” all kinds of works, the real value lies in AI’s ability to refine ideas and tasks.

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Good-bye, Windows 7

Microsoft's popular operating system aged out of support this month. And while it still has many fans, it's time to move on.

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Patch now to address critical Windows zero-day flaw

January’s Patch Tuesday update fixes 98 flaws, including a critical zero-day vulnerability in Windows. Be prepared for a significant testing and engineering effort.

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How Apple and ‘composable business’ go hand in glove

Apple products can be a compelling, user-friendly front end to back-end tech composed of modular building blocks.

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The productivity promise (and perils) of generative AI

There's a lot of buzz around ChatGPT and DALL-E right now — and a lot of litigation brewing. But companies (and people) should embrace what's coming.

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Microsoft finally ends Windows 7 and 8.x support

With even extended support now expired for Windows 7 and 8, the era of non-cloud-connected operating systems has come to an end.

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Is that an iPad in your fire truck or am I seeing things?

Apple's iPad and how it's used have both evolved since its introduction in 2010. These days, it could even help save your life.

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15 years of iPhone put Apple into business

When he laughed at the iPhone, then-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer acted as an everyman on the global stage, voicing an opinion that Apple had no chance. He was wrong.

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This lawsuit against Microsoft could change the future of AI

With ChatGPT, artificial intelligence and what it can do is suddenly all the rage. But an intellectual property lawsuit against Microsoft could undermine the future of AI before it gets off the ground.

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Apple won’t announce VR for the rest of us at WWDC

At first, Apple's pricey mixed-reality devices will be pitched toward business, developers, and pros — but that doesn't mean your business should ignore them.

From AI to cloud-native – is your organisation future-ready?

Microsoft teases Windows 12 at CES 2023

During the AMD keynote at this week’s big tech show, a Microsoft exec hinted about an AI-powered version of Windows that could arrive later this decade.

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Microsoft doc details the dos and don’ts of Mac ransomware <u>

Microsoft's extensive insights into Mac ransomware helped explain the nature of threats aimed at Apple's platform, but the post was subsequently removed.

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Apple contributes MagSafe to Qi2 standard — why it matters

If you’re serious about sustainability, something has to change if you want billions of smartphone users to shift to wireless charging.

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It’s 2023 — time for new Windows hardware?

If the new year means a new Windows laptop, you’ll want to choose smartly. Here’s what to keep in mind if it’s time to upgrade.

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The one real problem with synthetic media

Companies are publishing DALL-E 2 and ChatGPT content into a legal void.

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Did Microsoft make a bad $69B bet on Activision Blizzard?

The company's plans to buy the gaming rival have already generated US government pushback. Could that unwelcome distraction slow Microsoft's recent progress?

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