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  1. Windows Developer Preview: The Third IE10 Platform Preview
  2. Windows 8 Previewed Today at BUILD
  3. Windows @ BUILD
  4. Bill Could Impose Stiff Fines on Companies With Lax Online Security
  5. Online Tracking, Consumer Protection, and Web Standards
  6. Byte Rights: While You Were Out
  7. DRAM Makers to Cut Production Until Prices Rebound
  8. Browsing Without Plug-ins
  9. Re-enabling creation of Linked IDs
  10. IE9 with SmartScreen Leads Malware Protection Once Again
  11. Firefox 8 To Stop Unauthorized Add-ons In Their Tracks
  12. New, Powered-Up USB Spec In Development
  13. SATA + PCI Express = SATA Express
  14. IE 9.0.2 Available via Windows Update
  15. New M-Disc Technology Promises Permanent Data Retention
  16. Several US ISPs Hijacking & Redirecting Customers' Search Queries
  17. 90% less spam in Hotmail, 15% less spam on the Internet
  18. Early Enthusiasm for IE9 from Business Customers; IE9 Momentum on Windows 7 Continues
  19. IEEE Approves 802.22 Standard (aka Super Wi-Fi)
  20. Photo Gallery now supports raw format
  21. Google Dumps Toolbar Support For Firefox
  22. IE9’s New Malware Blocking Features Leave Competition in the Dust
  23. Defense in Depth: Locking Down Mash-Ups with HTML5 Sandbox
  24. End of Support for Windows Vista SP1
  25. Debugging Web Workers in IE10
  26. Using PC Hardware more efficiently in HTML5: New Web Performance APIs, Part 2
  27. An update on SSL support
  28. Work on Word docs at the same time as others using SkyDrive
  29. Where did my saved email address and password go?
  30. HTML5 Parsing in IE10
  31. Coming this week: an update to Windows Live Essentials 2011
  32. Using PC Hardware more efficiently in HTML5: New Web Performance APIs, Part 1
  33. Web Workers in IE10: Background JavaScript Makes Web Apps Faster
  34. Simplify BitLocker Support with MBAM
  35. Instant email: how we made Hotmail 10x faster
  36. IE 10 PP2 now available for download – HTML5 nears tipping point
  37. IHS iSuppli: Don't Hold Your Breath Waiting for DDR4
  38. Site-ready HTML5: Second IE10 Platform Preview Available for Developers
  39. CSS 2.1 Complete: Unblocking Faster Web Standards Progress
  40. A Browser for All Windows Customers: it’s about and, not or
  41. Getting Started with Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring (MBAM)
  42. Did You Miss What Desktop IT Pros Should Know About The Cloud?
  43. PCI Express Developing Blazing-Fast External Standard
  44. Velocity 2011: The Performance Impact of Modernizing Internet Explorer
  45. Internet Explorer 9 Security Part 4: Protecting Consumers from Malicious Mixed Conten
  46. Adobe Flash Player 10.3: Hardware-Accelerated Rendering in IE9
  47. Google's Chrome Frame Lets IE Users Bypass Sysadmins
  48. Introducing SkyDrive for the modern web, built using HTML5
  49. Windows Home Server 2011 Learning Bites Dashboard Overview
  50. Microsoft Gets Anti-Trust Approval for Skype
  51. Report: Brace Yourself for a Hard Drive Shortage
  52. Dealing with Fake Tech Support & Phone Scams
  53. Top 7 Desktop Virtualization Questions and Answers
  54. IE 9.0.1 Available via Windows Update
  55. More Control over Flash Cookies with IE
  56. New SkyDrive features coming in Mango
  57. Don’t wait for your cloud - use Hotmail and SkyDrive today on your PC, Mac, or Phone
  58. Join us for BUILD
  59. MDT 2012 Beta 1 and MAP 6.0 Beta Now Available
  60. Windows 8 Previewed at D9
  61. Combating social engineering tactics, like cookiejacking, to stay safer online
  62. Why Desktop IT Pros Should Care About the Cloud
  63. Internet Explorer 9 Now Available in 93 Languages
  64. Thank you, WordPress! Who’s Next?
  65. My Panoramic Stitch Greatest Hits
  66. SmartScreen® Application Reputation in IE9
  67. Staying in Control of Your Default Search Provider
  68. WHS 2011 Online Evaluation Experience Now Available
  69. New IE9 Developer Content on MSDN
  70. Announcing Support for OAuth 2.0