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Microsoft Offering Free Stuff to Windows 7 Users Who Switch to IE9

Everybody loves free stuff. That’s not an opinion, its a fact, a fact that Microsoft obviously knows about because Windows 7 users who download the newest version of Internet Explorer, IE9, and then “pin” any of seven different websites to their taskbars will receive offers that range from a free month of Hulu Plus to a $5-off Fandango movie ticket.

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Windows Phone Marketplace Surpasses 25,000 Applications

The Windows Phone Marketplace is relatively new but it has already hit quite a milestone. The Windows Phone Marketplace has just surpassed 25,000 applications with marketplace trackers windowsphoneapplist.com currently holding the Windows Phone Marketplace with 25,015 apps in the United States Marketplace alone.

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Windows Phone 7 Not Supporting Tethering

There has been a lot of talk recently about the Windows Phone 7, but after much talk and debate, it turns out that the Windows Phone 7 will not act as a hot spot after all. In a recent statement from a Microsoft Official it was suggested that it would be up to individual cell […]

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Microsoft Confirms Another Zero-Day Vulnerability

On Monday, a set of software components that are shipped in a large variety of Microsoft products have been confirmed to have zero-day vulnerability. The vulnerability rests in Microsoft’s Office Web Components, which are used to publish things like databases, charts and spreadsheets on the web. The good news is that Microsoft is currently working […]

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