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  1. Microsoft Press Conference @ Mobile World Congress 2010 group liveblog: mark your calendars
  2. Make Adobe Reader shine like it should under 64-bit Windows 7/Vista
  3. There will be so much Windows Mobile, Microsoft can’t fit it in one event in February
  4. Updated Zune software drivers hints at Zune “Phone”
  5. Aero Snap makes Australian Open cameo
  6. A lesson from the HTC HD2: let’s stop generalizing Windows phones
  7. Windows MultiPoint Server — a multiseat computing solution worthy for the home?
  8. Windows Embedded-powered digital signage is one step closer to Minority Report-inspired advertising
  9. Windows Mobile 7 all but certain to be revealed at Mobile World Congress next month
  10. I’ve seen the future of UIs, and it’s stereoscopic 3D
  11. Win 1 of 5 HTC HD2 from Microsoft Australia
  12. Here’s an idea – a site all for ideas
  13. PowerPoint 2010’s sample “Five Rules” presentation shows off powerful new graphics engine
  14. Razorfone: a conceptual Windows 7 & WPF-powered multi-touch phone retail experience
  15. Internet Explorer 9, a free upgrade for the web
  16. Ribbon Hero, coming to help you rock with the Ribbon
  17. Live from Microsoft PDC09: Keynote 2
  18. Live from Microsoft PDC09: Keynote 1
  19. The new 2010 online portal enters beta
  20. PDC09 Keynote Group Liveblog: mark your calendars
  21. Microsoft College Tour 09: mindblowing natural user interface concept demos from Microsoft Research
  22. Latest Intel drivers add Windows 7 Virtual WiFi support
  23. Microsoft gives away Windows Mobile licensing rights
  24. The Apprentice Australia: Win a Windows 7 Sony Vaio laptop and digital camera
  25. Say hello to the new MSN butterfly
  26. Bing Australian TV ads “look less, find more”
  27. Microsoft shows off prototype next-generation office wall
  28. Speculative advertisements for Microsoft Tag makes you wish everything had MTags
  29. Microsoft adds free root certificate authority to Windows
  30. Musings from anonymous Microsoft developers on Reddit “Ask Me Anything”
  31. Windows Mobile 6.5.1, the 6.5 that should have been
  32. Microsoft video omits Me from Windows history
  33. Windows Mobile 7 to feature more operator-specific UXs
  34. Windows 7 was totally my idea
  35. Microsoft releases Windows 7 sponsored themes
  36. Windows-branded laptop makes apperance on 30 Rock
  37. ShortKeys Lite 2.2
  38. Scenic Ribbon UI framework to be backported to Vista with “Windows 7 Client Platform Update”
  39. Windows Mobile takes shot at Apple App Store rejections
  40. Hardware already exists for Windows Mobile 7?
  41. Windows 7 “busy” cursor misses a beat
  42. Windows 7 C edition. C is for Cookie.
  43. Microsoft is now the proud new owner of
  44. Resource-spotting, trainspotting of the digital age?
  45. Win your way to TechEd AU with a WinMo application
  46. Microsoft trademark reveals Microsoft Store logo
  47. “Life Comes Together”: the alternative Windows ad campaign Microsoft didn’t run?
  48. Microsoft crowdsourcing ads for Windows Phones
  49. Windows 7 tours gets animated Silverlight browser
  50. Windows 7 activation cracked via OEM licensing exploit, 85 days ahead of general release
  51. Microsoft sponsors Firefox!
  52. Cool Microsoft job ad: Problem Solvers Wanted
  53. Native font previews in Windows 7
  54. XPize masks Windows XP UI quirks with a fresh coat of paint, Sevenize to come
  55. Windows UX guidelines now updated for Windows 7
  56. Changes to the Windows 7 install process
  57. When “smart” technology becomes dumb: a lesson in Intel graphics power-saving features
  58. Microsoft’s future vision videos for education
  59. Cute Microsoft toaster
  60. How to search for word phrases in Multiple file folders
  61. Microsoft “OneApp”, possible app store for Zune HD?
  62. How far we’ve come: reflecting on Microsoft’s 2010 collaboration vision video from 2005
  63. Office 2010 revealed in great detail via Microsoft videos
  64. Reimagining file distribution: universal downloads
  65. Putting together the pieces of Microsoft’s “big announcement” next Monday
  66. Windows 7 ISO Verifier, for your downloading pleasure
  67. Get paid to talk about PC operating systems
  68. Kodu: first impressions and the art of simplicity
  69. Microsoft TechEd Australia attendees to receive free HP Mini Notebook with Windows 7
  70. The best Windows Mobile concepts you’ve never seen
  71. Windows 7 gets “Apple style” guided tours
  72. “I’m a PC and I’m about to get a major upgrade”
  73. Windows Longhorn’s Aero Snap, circa 2005
  74. Putting the Outlook 2010 HTML issue in perspective
  75. Microsoft seeks to patent user-generated search results, with a twist that might just make it work
  76. VentureBeat leaks Microsft home energy management software “Hohm” early and pulls story, here’s a cache
  77. Bing mobile application concepts
  78. Microsoft changes IE8 “Ten Grand is Buried Here” campaign, users of all browsers invited to participate
  79. Internet Explorer 8 treasure hunt: Microsoft Australia hides $10,000 on a website, find it, keep it
  80. Windows 7 UAC code-injection vulnerability: video demonstration, source code released
  81. UAC in Windows 7 still broken, Microsoft won’t/can’t fix code-injection vulnerability
  82. Bing Image Archive, for your viewing pleasure
  83. Microsoft’s “Laptop Hunter” comes down under, gives Aussies chance to score a free laptop a day
  84. Bing vs Google vs Yahoo: the Blind search engine test
  85. Bing “Syndrome” ads round two: pregnancy & local bar
  86. Microsoft Store officially confirms Windows 7 boxart with butterflies, lens flare and all
  87. Best Buy memo leaks Windows 7 pricing? Upgrades might cost less than half than Vista equivalent.
  88. Try these Windows 7 ringtones
  89. Admiring Windows 7’s high-resolution device icons
  90. Microsoft Bing TV ad blames global economy collapse on search engines, makes no effort to explain Bing: WTF
  91. Microsoft Bing “decision engine” video tour
  92. Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7: why it’s a Swiss Army Knife of multitouch demoes for OEMs
  93. Higher resolution Windows 7 logo, presention style guide and retail concept all leaked in one big burst
  94. Windows Mobile 7 job ad reveals “Unified Store”, confirms Zune partnership/integration
  95. Microsoft China: look here, the Windows 7 logo!
  96. Microsoft’s SideShow-enhanced PC gaming concept confirms hunch you can never have enough displays
  97. Windows 7 adds native Virtual WiFi technology from Microsoft Research
  98. Leaked Windows 7 box art is indeed real
  99. Blurry screencaps of Office 2010 Technical Preview from TechEd 2009 keynote
  100. False alarm: leaked Windows 7 box shots fake
  101. Microsoft Surface: “I’m just a table right now”
  102. Windows Live explained with liquid blobs
  103. Microsoft wants to take Seadragon to Windows 8, Windows Mobile 7, everywhere
  104. MSDN publishes (and pulls) Widgets for Windows Mobile 6.5 developer article
  105. Microsoft’s Home & Work XUI concept videos
  106. Microsoft training video reveals older prototype of Windows 7 “superbar”
  107. Go test drive Windows 7 RC today
  108. CTRL+F and Outlook 2010: will Microsoft follow Google into design by engineers
  109. Windows Mobile 6.5 takes personalization to the next level with themes and Titanium plugins
  110. Windows enthusiast Cullen creates “Cophenhagen” user experience concept video
  111. Better Place experiments with WPF & Windows XP for in-car electronic dashboard
  112. Over-the-air updates for Windows Mobile in the works
  113. Sneak peek at Windows Mobile 6.5 themes
  114. Isaac Mizrahi designs Windows Mobile 6.5 themes
  115. Zune wants to come into your living room, entertain you
  116. Microsoft CTIA 2009 keynote live stream
  117. Announcing partnership with with Rafael Rivera; new subscription pricing model
  118. Windows Marketplace for Mobile preview video teases the app store you want, don’t yet have
  119. Windows Marketplace for Mobile to charge developers for application updates
  120., now in 13 languages, powered by Microsoft Translator widget
  121. MIX09: Windows Mobile 6.5 shows more polish
  122. Expression Web SuperPreview makes cross-browser testing like moist delicious cake
  123. MIX09 teasers from Angus Logan and yours truly
  124. Behind vision “2019?: interview with Ian Sands, Microsoft Office Labs Director of Envisioning
  125. Razorfish DaVinci Surface application; like Crayon Physics Deluxe, only better
  126. Why I’m worried Windows Marketplace for Mobile will undermine creativity and experimentation
  127. Windows Mobile 7: not just a “me-too iPhone”
  128. Start Windows (video)
  129. Amnesia turns Microsoft Surface into giant interactive business card readers, and Razorfish “Table Toss”
  130. Widgets: Windows Mobile 6.5 joins the “web applications” bandwagon
  131. Renders of flashier new Zune retail displays
  132. Why Windows Mobile 6.5’s honeycomb menu is not just a “glorified grid”, rather, simple ingenuity
  133. Microsoft Office Labs vision 2019 (video)
  134. Get your Windows 7 Beta DVD here
  135. Users prevail: Microsoft changes Windows 7 UAC control panel behavior to address security flaw
  136. Win a free Windows 7 shirt (Australian residents only)
  137. Second Windows 7 UAC security flaw: malware can silently self-elevate with default UAC policy
  138. Microsoft dismisses Windows 7 UAC security flaw, continues to insist it is “by design”
  139. Sacrificing security for usability: UAC security flaw in Windows 7 beta (with proof of concept code)
  140. Mail Servers
  141. RSS-powered Windows 7 desktop slideshows
  142. Microsoft Learning spoofs “I love the whole world”
  143. Songsmith plus black metal, hilarity ensues
  144. Windows 7 marketing initiative outlined
  145. Windows mail log on problem Err 0x800ccc90 & 92
  146. Microsoft opens fake store to demo utopian retail experience; begs question why not open a real store
  147. Windows 7 Problem Steps Recorder: miracle tool
  148. Hacking Microsoft Tag’s HCCB: actually works in grayscale and monochrome too!
  149. Microsoft Tag: Microsoft’s own 2D barcode
  150. Microsoft Research announces Songsmith, make-your-own-song-from-vocals software
  151. World’s largest Windows Media Center remote control
  152. Measuring up Windows 7’s new “super” taskbar
  153. The evolution of Windows Media Center
  154. Watch Ballmer do Ballmer things live from CES 2009
  155. E-mail timeout
  156. Left 4 Dead freebies giveaway
  157. Announcing the winner of HP Magic Giveaway
  158. Microsoft sells standalone Windows Vista (RED): Dec 15
  159. Microsoft Research “Boku” in-depth preview
  160. The new Microsoft Visitor Center
  161. A peek into a legendary game company, Valve Software
  162. Guest post: Windows Azure - review from a developer
  163. istartedsomething HP Magic Giveaway contest
  164. From Microsoft patent to Windows reality: “X-ray browsing”, circa 2005; Aero Peek, circa 2008.
  165. Students, help Channel8 build the ultimate Media Center PC and win a chance to keep it
  166. HP Magic Giveaway contest schedule
  167. Direct3D WARP10 to enable you to play DX10 Crysis using software renderer only, albeit slowly
  168. Win $6000 of HP goodies in the Magic Giveaway: hold your horses, competition starts soon
  169. Flickr Search Connectr for Windows 7 Search Federation
  170. Windows 7: seek and you shall find
  171. Delicious new Windows Live Wave 3 icons
  172. Windows 7’s new “play all” decoders, encoders and transcoding capabilities
  173. Touch panning (a.k.a. kinetic scrolling) in Windows 7
  174. Windows 7 t-shirts on eBay: build not included
  175. Windows 7 to allow PC backups to network share
  176. Windows 7 makes troubleshooting as simple as pie; geek kids around the world rejoice
  177. Watch Steve Ballmer and co. live from Sydney tomorrow
  178. Sandbox users with Windows 7 PC Safeguard
  179. Tip: make your PDC 2008 USB hard drive a bootable Windows 7 install disk
  180. Shake up your Windows 7 with Aero Shake
  181. Why you should contribute to Win7 Taskforce
  182. Tidbits about the new “superbar” taskbar
  183. Improvements to fonts in Windows 7
  184. Windows 7 and light sensors: let there be light
  185. Design principles for Windows 7
  186. Microsoft Boku at PDC 2008
  187. Live from PDC08: Rick Rashid
  188. Windows 7 DWM cuts memory consumption by 50%
  189. Windows 7 DPI scaling: my 7 is bigger than your 7
  190. Windows 7 themes: glass, basic and classic
  191. Windows 7 UX tidbits: color hot-track
  192. Live from PDC08: Q&A
  193. Live from PDC08: Keynote - Ray Ozzie, Steven Sinofsky, Scott Guthrie and David Treadwell
  194. PDC08 “Azura” keynote word-cloud
  195. Download the official PDC 2008 wallpaper
  196. Windows 7 (M3) pre-beta features detailed in privacy statement
  197. Live from PDC08: Keynote - Ray Ozzie, Amitabh Srivastava, Bob Muglia and David Thompson
  198. Windows 7 is actually Windows XP?
  199. PDC 08 keynote live streams
  200. Refreshed homepage design
  201. PDC 2008 starts Monday 8:30am
  202. Windows 7 software logo requirements published
  203. “MIX Online” site relaunched - raising the bar
  204. Windows 7 targets October 2009 RTM, retail soon after
  205. “All-star bloggers” group liveblogging at PDC 2008
  206. PDC 2008 sessions scheduler / timeline live
  207. Live Maps fail: mistakens pond for Atlantic Ocean
  208. Windows UX Guidelines October 08 update: ribbons, touch and pen computing
  209. Microsoft survey teases “Oahu”: affordable consumer-version of the Surface computer, hypothetically
  210. WinHEC 2008 agenda confirms native VHD support
  211. World Vision Australia: win a chance to play with Surface (Australia residents only)
  212. “Windows Strata” - name of the Microsoft cloud OS?
  213. Life without walls - irony?
  214. WinHEC “please don’t forget about me” 2008: Windows 7 sessions detailed
  215. 4 Softies and a Pizza Guy: PDC boyband
  216. Hands-on with Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 v3
  217. New Windows 7 sessions at PDC08
  218. Bill Gates likes cheeseburgers
  219. I’M A PC video browser
  220. Tron Guy makes “I’m a PC” cameo
  221. I’m a PC deja vu
  222. How to sync individual files with Live Mesh
  223. AMD Fusion for gaming tool is the Windows “gaming mode” you’ve been waiting for
  224. Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 Released!
  225. Improve Multi-Tasking with Virtual Desktops
  226. Microsoft ups Imagine Cup 2008 prize
  227. Uni. Washington and Microsoft Research collaborates on (yet another) mindblowing 3D photo viewer
  228. Microsoft Enviroment video reveals datacenter server numbers and power consumption?
  229. Launching Aqua Taskforce for Mac OS X users
  230. IE8 Beta 2 will be released within 6 days!
  231. Microsoft enlists Seinfeld for ad campaign
  232. Microsoft Launches Windows 7 Blog
  233. Microsoft needs more IE8 beta testers
  234. Windows 7 to add slideshow wallpapers, theme gallery and theme packs
  235. Windows 7 EULA: watch this space
  236. Other cool Microsoft ads by B&M (of Mojave fame)
  237. Restore Window Title and Icon in Windows Explorer
  238. Restore classic toolbar in Office 2007
  239. Create a 360 degree Virtual Desktop
  240. Windows Mojave is a big hit
  241. Second rate winners?
  242. Winning the Imagine Cup world finals
  243. And we’re back …
  244. Microsoft set to strike back at Apple
  245. Microsoft Launches Subscription based Office Combo
  246. Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V has hit RTM
  247. Nation of Fiji has problem with Windows Fiji
  248. June reliability update for Vista SP1
  249. Windows 7 will ship January 2010
  250. The holy SKU - Microsoft Church Package