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Clogged streets: SimCity launch plagued by server problems

Lights, camera...Microsoft?

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Editor's note: This article was originally posted on PCWorld's sister publication, Computerworld. Microsoft is making a big move into producing Hollywood-style series and movies for its Xbox platform, with the hiring of a former CBS executive who helped develop TV series such as "Survivor," "C.S.I.," and "Two and a...
Lights, camera...Microsoft?
Under the Surface: iFixit breaks down Microsoft's tablet

Report: Microsoft set to introduce new name for Metro this week

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Goodbye Metro, it was nice knowing you. That’s right, Microsoft is killing off the name that it had given to the Windows 8 interface, according to The Verge, which reports that the Redmond company has signalled an imminent the change of name will come this week. The move had been...
Report: Microsoft set to introduce new name for Metro this week
Ars Technicast Ep. 25: Would you like some social media with your news?

Phones, caffeine, and ham (oh the ham!): a MWC 2013 photo tour

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You'd think that CES would be about as much trade show as anyone could stomach in one fiscal quarter, but I am apparently a glutton for punishment—I've spent the last few days in Barcelona, Spain with Microsoft Editor Peter Bright covering this year's Mobile World Congress. This is my...
Phones, caffeine, and ham (oh the ham!): a MWC 2013 photo tour

Ars Technicast, Episode 9: How the Internet changed my meatspace

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Though not all of us at Ars Technica were introduced to the Internet at the same time, there’s no denying that it has had an effect on our social interactions every day since we first logged on. In fact, some our real-life social interaction is dependent on having at least...
Ars Technicast, Episode 9: How the Internet changed my meatspace
SimCity impressions: We waited ten years for this?

How To Revive Microsoft

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[Editor's note: Joachim Kempin is a former top Microsoft executive and author of a new memoir, Resolve and Fortitude: Microsoft's `Secret Power Broker' Breaks His Silence. It's a fantastic book, and I've asked Kempin to write a few columns for us sharing his perspective on Microsoft. In this column,...
How To Revive Microsoft
Ars Technicast, Episode 14--Why the Microsoft Surface misses the mark

Frustration, Disappointment And Apathy: My Years At Microsoft

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Editor’s Note: This Guest post is written by Max Zachariades, who spent the last five years at Microsoft in various roles. He blogs under the name Max Zografos. I first used Windows on a TULIP portable computer, some twenty years ago. Graphical user interface, icons, mouse, an amazing new world...
Frustration, Disappointment And Apathy: My Years At Microsoft
iFixit teardown shows Surface Pro is a tough nut to crack
The guy in charge of Chrome now also runs Android. Now what?

Will Facebook Be Tomorrow’s Google, and Google Tomorrow’s Microsoft?

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Shared by louisgray Guest post by Bindu Reddy, CEO of MyLikes. Editor’s note: Can Facebook become the next Google? In this guest post an ex-Googler, Bindu Reddy, persuasively argues the case from the perspective of Facebook’s potential as an online advertising platform. Reddy is the CEO of MyLikes, a word-of-mouth...
Will Facebook Be Tomorrow’s Google, and Google Tomorrow’s Microsoft?
Ars Technicast, Episode 7--Don't mess with my desk

Hang with the Ars Editors for a Friday Fireside Chat!

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The tablet scene has changed wildly in the past two weeks. Microsoft and Google have each announced their own "in house" designs (Microsoft Surface and Nexus 7, respectively), taking the reins from OEMs (to varying degrees) in order to combat the dominance of the iPad. And to make matters even crazier, the...
Hang with the Ars Editors for a Friday Fireside Chat!

The Ars Technicast Episode 2—Internet: Huh, yeah, what is it good for?

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In this week's episode, we take a retrospective look at the Internet and discuss the impact it has made on each of us. We started this as a response to Paul Miller's current experiment to disconnect himself from the Internet for one year while continuing his work as a journalist. Our...
The Ars Technicast Episode 2—Internet: Huh, yeah, what is it good for?

On Monday Microsoft will maybe announce a tablet

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On Monday at 3:30pm pacific time Microsoft will unveil something that "you will not want to miss," the company says. Our senior Microsoft editor Peter Bright will be in LA giving you the juicy details, but All Things D and The Wrap seem to have all but confirmed that the...
On Monday Microsoft will maybe announce a tablet

Facts you didn’t know about The Next Web team

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You may know us as the folk who bring you tech news and opinion every day on these very pages, but hey – we’re people too. While we’ve now devoted our lives to obsessing over the latest news from companies like Google and Facebook, and hunting down fresh startups for...
Facts you didn’t know about The Next Web team

Metro Madness: Ars OpenForum installs Windows 8 Release Preview

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Enlarge / The Windows 8 Release Preview is now in users' hands. What will it do for the Windows platform? Image by ticoneva It’s been quite the week for Microsoft’s Windows 8. The Windows 8 Release Preview landed a day early, and eager users began installing the update. Here...
Metro Madness: Ars OpenForum installs Windows 8 Release Preview
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