Browser maker anger as Dell charges £16 to pre-install its software.
Ernst & Young IT security expert urges firms to consider BYOD as a way off Windows XP.
Software giant plans to rollout desktop notifications to PC users still on XP later this week.
New operating system 40 million licenses behind Windows 7.
VMware and Google to let enterprise users access Windows XP apps via Chromebooks.
Windows XP users lambast Microsoft for advising them to spend money they don't have on new Windows 8.1 hardware.
Modern UI version of browser in beta stage
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Central London hospital trust moves to ensure efficient use of entire tech estate.
Version 10.5 sports deeper integration with HP HAVEn.
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Add-ons to Feedly and Tweet my Page identified as culprits.
However, software giant insists extended support Windows XP will end in April 2014.
Latest Chrome web browser features tweaks for Windows 8, iOS and Android users.
Microsoft expected to tease attendees with operating system's new features at Build 2014 conference.
Microsoft confirms anti-malware tool will not be updated for XP users beyond April 2014.
Google has come under fire for sharing contact lists between its web services.
AI software has so-far made IBM $100m in revenue.
British company offers European businesses insight in Chinese consumer market.
Moves onto Twitter turf with start-up SportStream acquisition.
Oxford University teaches robots to keep secrets
BYOD hailed as answer to enterprise Windows XP upgrade woes
Google Glass: Is the world ready?
Steve Ballmer would "re-do" last decade at Microsoft
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