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Before iPhone, iPad, or even iPod, there was the Newton, Apple's first ARM-based handheld PDA. Spurned in its day, has Newton's legacy finally been vindicated? Learn the story and decide.
PIPA co-author Patrick Leahy has apparently rewritten an amendment previously meant to protect email privacy to make warrantless access easier, then disowned the amendment via Twitter.
Windows, MS-DOS, OS/2... and Xenix? Once upon a time, Microsoft was selling the world's most popular version of Unix, and rumor has it that they even used it to develop DOS and Windows.
Sources who attended Apple's quarterly meeting say that the company is planning to roll out a new perks program to retail employees, giving them free access to some of the most popular paid iOS apps.
If you stopped by Google Play earlier today, you just might've had a chance to pick up some Apple designed apps for your Android device. Did hell freeze over? As it turns out, no, it did not.
Once upon a time, OpenOffice seemed like a real challenger to Microsoft's throne, but if this takedown from a German city council is any indication, those days are long, long gone.
Google's twice-yearly Transparency Report is out, and this time there isn't much good news to go around: worldwide, government inquiries and takedown requests are spiking at unprecedented levels.
3 of the world's 500 most powerful supercomputers run Windows, compared to the 469 running Linux. The good news? That's more than in June. The bad news? It's still even less than last year.
Delve into the shadowy corridors of Redmond as Trivia Tuesday takes a look at some of Microsoft's forgotten products, from an obscure 1979 adventure game to the ill-fated Kin mobile phone line.
Valve founder Gabe Newell says that the Half-Life developer is indeed working on their next gaming engine, confirming earlier rumors spurred by references to 'Source 2' in their code.
In less than a month, behind closed doors, the UN is going to hold discussions that could have huge ramifications for internet users everywhere. Let's get them to come clean and bring it into the open
Microsoft is on a roll when it comes to advertising, and they just got a huge boost in Europe by bringing Windows 8 and its Live Tiles to the front and center of the MTV European Music Awards.
Continuing a charitable trend, Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the Cupertino company is donating $2.5 million to the Red Cross to help with relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Microsoft has a great deal for Windows Phone users: search with Bing and get free apps: they've expanded their Bing Rewards program by adding gift cards for the Windows Phone Store to their offerings.
A new patent from Microsoft hints at using Kinect to monitor how many people are viewing and interacting with content, then charging higher licensing fees for more viewers.
Both founded by former Fairchild Semiconductor employees in the late '60s, AMD and Intel have been partners, and bitter enemies over the years, but they have more in common than you might think.
A US District Judge has ordered the FBI to come clean on their efforts to access encrypted information and force manufacturers to build backdoors into their products, following a lawsuit from the EFF.
Even as Kim Dotcom prepares to launch a successor to his ill-fated Megaupload, he's working on other exciting projects, like building a fiber system for New Zealand - and it's free, at least to ISPs
Two Verizon store employees in Florida are accused of stealing nude photos from a woman's smartphone and sharing them with a random customer. The catch? The random customer was the woman's friend
Kim Dotcom might be gearing up to launch his new venture, but the EFF's fight for Megaupload users' data is far from over, and now the government is saying that they don't really own their cloud data.
We all know that Microsoft Research is working on all sorts of amazing stuff, but machine learning has got to be one of the most mind blowing and promising technologies Redmond is toiling away on.
Vaporware; the products that just keep getting delayed, and then disappears; the tech industry's full of it, and this week's Trivia Tuesday is delving into the anticlimactic world of vaporware.
Microsoft is giving would-be customers around the world a cozy environment to try out the new Surface tablet, and we've got some photos from inside one of the new Surface Experience Centers in Germany
Just when we thought Apple was moving away from its 'magical' tagline, Steve Ballmer seems to have picked up the torch, dropping the 7 letter word several times at today's Windows 8 launch event.
GooPhone, the Chinese clone maker that threatened to sue Apple over the iPhone 5 because they released a clone of the design before Apple, is at it again, with a $99 Android tablet called GooPad Mini.
Microsoft is having a lot of trouble attracting developers to Windows 8's new platform, but it's not for lack of trying. A new survey claims that only 33% of developers are excited about Windows 8.
What if Microsoft's antitrust troubles led to it being split into two companies? What if Steve Jobs never returned to Apple? Trivia Tuesday takes a look at some of technology's greatest what ifs.
A new analyst's report suggests that Windows 8 won't start to have a major impact on device marketshare until at least 2016, although it will keep Microsoft's share from sinking any further.
You wouldn't know it now, but once upon a time Windows 95, 2000, and even trusty ol' XP were loathed by the tech community for being inferior, 'Fisher-Price' OSes that no one wanted. Sound familiar?
Beleagured electronics giant Best Buy is turning to Android to pull them out of their slump, and is planning to release their own 9.7 inch tablet, the Insignia Flex, next month for around $250.
Kaspersky Labs has taken the wraps off one of their 'secret projects,' a super-secure operating system designed to shrug off any attack. The only catch? It's for critical infrastructure only.
Check out Trivia Tuesday's awesome infographic pedigree of Microsoft operating systems, from MS-DOS and OS/2 all the way up to Windows 8, and everything in between. Yes, even Zune.
Former BFFs Anonymous and WikiLeaks are breaking up over an election themed paywall, and Anonymous says they'll no longer support WikiLeaks or Julian Assange because of their 'filthy and rotten' ways.
The South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled that webmail services like Outlook and Gmail aren't protected by existing digital privacy laws because they don't conform to laws written in the 1980s.
Neuron, a member of Lulzsec, faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to hacking into Sony Pictures' website and making off with private information on thousands of people.
A new Sophos study claims that Microsoft's Bing search engine has twice as many 'poison links' as Google, with image searches in particular being plagued by Blackhole exploits and malware.
Microsoft's cloud storage locker, SkyDrive, has faced privacy concerns before, but another a new incident is raising new concerns over just how 'private' the 'private' cloud really is.
We all know 'em, and we all hate 'em: viruses, worms, trojans, spyware, and malware of any kind. From their origins in science fiction to Flame, Trivia Tuesday delves into your security nightmares.
Microsoft's automated takedown systems may need some work, since it's been trying to block Wikipedia, the BBC, and even the EPA for supposedly distributing pirated beta copies of Windows 8.
We all know that Steve Jobs had a vendetta against Google, but a new report shows that it went even deeper than we knew: Jobs seriously considered dumping Google as Apple's default search engine.
Meg Whitman & company are working hard to turn the tables on HP's sinking fortunes, and they think they can pull it off by 2014 with a new consumer strategy that involves less PCs and more mobility.
Every once in a while, a community project comes along that just blows your socks off. Morrowind Overhaul is one of those projects, and a new update makes it easier than ever to use this amazing mod.
In 1994, a storm was brewing at Apple: by unwittingly bestowing the internal codename Carl Sagan on the Power Macintosh 7100, Apple engineers had set the stage for one of tech's weirdest legal battles
Compared to its predecessor, Windows 8 is getting a very chilly pre-release reception. Usage numbers are currently five times below those of Windows 7 a month before its release, at just 0.33% of PCs.
Iran may have just gone too far in its attempt to control the internet by blocking Gmail. People are turning to proxies, and even the Parliament is up in arms, as Iran promises an official replacement
A U.S. Court has ruled that Google's Motorola Mobility subsidary won't be able to enforce an injunction that would've kept Microsoft products out of Germany over a case that's been ongoing since 2010.
Microsoft's Cairo project never saw the light of day, but its promose of information at your fingertips echoes down from Windows 95 to Windows 8. Learn about an OS that was far, far ahead of its time
Megaupload is coming back, and sooner than you think. Founder Kim Dotcom says that the new, decentralized and 'unstoppable' service is 90% coded, and servers are already being deployed.