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More than you bargained for: Your affordable new PC may come loaded with Malware
More than 80% of Pirated Software-Loaded New PCs in Asia are infected with Malware. Pirated software will likely cost users more than they bargain for, while offering a fertile ground for cybercriminals to exploit compromised devices.
Stock spotting: How to analyse a software products company?
When you think of a software products company, think of a toll road.
European Union fines Google a record $5 billion over mobile practices
The European Union fined Google a record $5 billion Wednesday for forcing cellphone makers that use the company's hugely popular Android operating system to install Google apps.
Edit away! Adobe to bring complete version of Photoshop to iPad
The new tools will have mobile-friendly interfaces, rather than being replicas of the existing desktop version.
The worst part of Microsoft's Windows 10 is the software
In this version of Windows, Microsoft Paint still doesn't get a fresh coat of - well, you know. Which is sad, because it's still your best bet for editing photos out of the box.
There's one glaring flaw in Microsoft's Windows 10 strategy
Microsoft says it expects a billion active Windows 10 users, across the full spectrum of devices, within the next two or three years.
How to downgrade from Microsoft Windows 10 to 8 or 7
You've taken your free upgrade, poked around with the new flat design, Microsoft Edge, Cortana, and the whole shebang - yet something isn't sitting right.
Nine very good reasons you'll love Microsoft's Windows 10
Cortana, Microsoft's digital assistant (based off the character of the same name from the Halo video game series), has been available for Windows Phone for a while now.
Five reasons why everyone should upgrade to Microsoft's Windows 10
If you're running Windows 7 or higher, you can download Windows 10 for free as long as you do it within the first year. That's it.
India third most attacked nation by Zeus malware: Websense
While Zeus can carry out many malicious and criminal tasks, it is often used to steal banking information by keystroke logging and form grabbing.
No Internet, no Microsoft Windows, No iPods; this is what tech was like in 1984
1984. It's a year synonymous with George Orwell's novel about a dystopian society ruled by omnipresent government surveillance.
Microsoft's Windows 8: Is it worth the hype?
ET takes you through some cool new features, unexpected disappointments and some of the great new hardware designs on offer.