Microsoft: You own the best software keyboard there is. Please let us buy it [Tue Jun 7 2022]

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Microsoft: You own the best software keyboard there is. Please let us buy it

Come back Swype, all is forgiven. Don't you want our money, Redmond?

 
 

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Taiwan bans exports of chips faster than 25MHz to Russia, Belarus

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Higher spec machines lift US PC revenues 40% even as shipments drop

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Compute responsibly: Yet another IT industry sustainability drive

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Sony launches a space laser subsidiary (for comms, not conflict)

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Microsoft: You own the best software keyboard there is. Please let us buy it

Come back Swype, all is forgiven. Don't you want our money, Redmond?

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Behind Big Tech's big privacy heist: Deliberate obfuscation

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Russia's top tech CEO accused of material support to Moscow

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Microsoft delays next Exchange Server release to 2025

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Multiplatform Linux kernel 'pretty much done' says Linus Torvalds

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Why chasing the AI dragon may force big tech to take sustainability seriously

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Brute force and whiskey: The solution to all life's problems

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Japan lets its banks and other entities issue stablecoins

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