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Following up on our guides on creating Windows 10 USB install media, we go a step further, walking you through a non-destructive Windows 10 installation using virtual hard disks (VHDs).
Since Windows 10 is now out to preview, we've put together the following guide the will take you through all the required steps to prepare USB media for use in installing Windows 10.
Microsoft is starting to offer its Surface Pro 3 to the educational sector, allowing schools, colleges and universities to purchase the device at a 10% discount than the high street.
PR company Rantic staged its very own sensationalism stunt at the weekend involving Emma Watson, 4chan and Barack Obama, with the ultimate goal of getting 4chan shutdown.
If you're a lover of Nokia's Windows Phone handsets and you're in the market for a new one, the Lumia 735 and 830 are now available to pre-order, in the UK, from Unlocked Mobiles and Clove.
Attorney General George C. Jepsen has raised his own concerns around the security of health data used by the Apple Watch, suggesting a meeting in which he and Apple can discuss those concerns.
With the latest iPhone models you're getting the latest and greatest from Apple, but that comes at a hefty premium. And we have to ask, what exactly has changed to warrant that premium?
Megaupload, shut down in January 2012, is getting back the data confiscated by the FBI at the time of said shut down. It's a small victory for both founder Kim Dotcom and the users that paid him.
Apple is destined to have a big week, not least because of the imminent arrival of the iPhone 6, but with the added addition of its own wearable device(s) in the form of the oft-rumoured iWatch.
Terry Gou, CEO of Foxconn, has blamed outside factors such as bad breakups, financial and/or family problems as the reason for the run of 24, attempted or otherwise successful, suicides.
Anyone wishing to buy an Apple product from the Apple store today may have to wait a little longer, with the site being down for updates. Does this mean that new iMac's be revealed today?
Microsoft may be in our heads, but they won't be selling tech that's on our heads. Not yet anyway, shelving plans for virtual reality glasses due to patent restrictions within Kinect's technology.
New sharing and information features are being added to Microsoft's panoramic image creating application Photosynth, making it easier for users to share and discover more about a location.
Games, on every platform, are getting bigger. With some games hitting a 50GB install on consoles, Sony is looking to push its PlayStation Now game streaming platform to its PS consoles.
It'll be a few months before the iPhone 6 will be revealed, leaving Apple to promote the 5s and its features, this time showing specifically how the device can be used to get fit and healthy.
The Turkish government's ban on YouTube has been lifted, for the third time. Users can now, without the need for a workaround, watch all the angry cats and pranks gone wrong they can tolerate!
Thin and light, it's what we all want from a device, even at the expense of performance. Intel, however, is looking to break that trend with the new Core M processors and a tablet reference design.
Samsung, being one of the most prolific manufacturers to increase the screen size of their mobile handsets, have just had their latest and biggest device revealed - the 7” Galaxy W.
Genius or downright ridiculous? The Collins English Dictionary is opening up its pages to the Twittersphere, allowing users to vote a new word into the 12th edition of the lexicon.
This year's US consumer satisfaction scores are in, and apparently American's aren't happy with their internet service providers. Although you're probably happier if you're a Samsung smartphone user.
With wearable technology fast becoming this decades smartphone, a concept video is doing the rounds showing a mashup between, what has been suggested as, an Apple device and a Rolex watch.
Holidaying? Business? There are many reasons to catch a flight, but in the Los Angeles area, a glitch on 30th April caused delays to hundreds of flights and raised questions about the computer system.
It's a day to celebrate for Apple. And we're sure that some of the people that have been involved in the iPhone from day one will be saying many happy returns and toasting its seventh birthday!
With iOS 7.1 beta 3 hitting developers yesterday, we are now getting a better look at how the OS is make subtle changes to, hopefully, keep the naysayers and haters at bay following the iOS 7 release.
Nokia is starting to, subtly, move out of its Espoo HQ in Finland, paving the way for the site and its 32,000 staff to become Microsoft's Windows Phone Research and Development hub.
If you're a mobile device that's not Panasonic's 4K Windows 8 tablet, Qualcomm would like to help. It has added the Snapdragon 805 processor to its line-up, adding support for 4K resolution and media.
The future of the bright, bubbly, vibrant, colourful iPhone 5c has just taken another hit, with production halting in one Foxconn factory, with production switching to the more premium iPhone 5s.
With the holiday season fast approaching, Dell are offering a slightly more affordable avenue into the Windows 8.1 experience in the form of the eight inch Venue 8 Pro tablet.
Mozilla are getting an early Christmas present, in the form of native H.264 video support in its Firefox browser. And the provider of this not so secret Santa gift? Cisco.
During an interview on Tuesday, Facebook's Analytics chief Ken Rudin has said the company are planning to expand its data capture to include cursor tracking and time spent hovering over links.
Internet Archive has launched the Historical Software Archive, the browser based alternative for running old software and games, away from the more traditional DOSBox and emulator software.
With more abuse being directed at people over social media, the “world's first anti-trolling software” allowing Twitter users to block abusive and offensive tweets directed at them has been launched.
Seven new schools, branded Steve Jobs schools, have opened in seven different cities in the Netherlands. They offer a more flexible time table, coaches and most importantly, a 1:1 iPad to pupil ratio.
We here at Neowin would like to wish many happy returns to Debian, the community driven OS that has been used by many other Linux developers to drive their ideas and get their builds out in the wild.
You've just purchased a new Samsung TV. You call your mates on your Galaxy S4 inviting them for movie night. Waiting for them to arrive, you might be checking the time on a Samsung smartwatch.
Facebook is a useful tool for sure, but at the moment it seems like it's just filled with people crushing candy. But a recent study shows that we may be most unhappy after using the social network.
Microsoft has filed patent applications for the next possible step in interactive gaming. Illumiroom, as it's known, allows the gaming environment to be freed from the conventional barriers of the TV.
Apple has been churning out their iOS 7 betas since June, and with countless leaks of the latest iPhone handsets hitting the net, iOS 7 could be about to get another beta before the hardware launches.
Google is playing nice yet again, extending yesterday's 31st July ActiveSync support cut off for Windows Phone handsets to 31st December 2013. Wonder what will happen on January 1st 2014?
Samsung's Galaxy S4 has matured fast, becoming 20 million units strong in just 21 days. But old Sammy's marketing dept is still rumbling on, releasing two new ads touting the features of the handset.
Everyone is entitled to a normal social networking life. Even Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman. It's just a shame he was following some girls in skimpy clothes. Oh and the internet found out.
EE were the first network in the UK to offer 4G capabilities to the consumer. Now, figures released show they are not only doing well, but gaining customers at 4G like speeds!
While it's not uncommon for people with problems to blame others before accepting and dealing with their issues, who would have thought that Apple would be accused of making a person addicted to porn?
Patch Tuesday is happening again, for Windows 8.1 Preview and Windows RT 8.1 Preview at least, with an additional five updates hitting the OSes today a mere 14 days after the first wave of updates.
Microsoft has successfully complained to the National Arbitration Forum, being granted ownership of both xboxone.com and xboxone.net domains from the UK resident that registered them.
Google has started to roll out Google Maps 2.0 for iOS, bringing more features and functionality to iOS devices that are already present in the Android version of the app.
Time to wish a technological old timer a happy birthday! And what better way than to ask you, our readers, of your experiences with the Nintendo Entertainment System since 1983!
With voice searches becoming a staple after the release of Siri, The Bing Speech Team and Microsoft Research have developed an improved system to more accurately and quickly return search results.
Microsoft put itself squarely in the firing line with the recent Xbox One announcements around well, DRM. But the question remains, will consumer pressure make them change their policies and tactics?