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The company keeps defending data-gathering features that some people don’t want instead of just making them optional.
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A string of marketing and recruiting missteps suggests the company is desperate to be noticed by the younger set.
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The latest build of Microsoft's Windows 10 Anniversary Update preview makes Edge easier to install and eliminates a controversial feature in Sense.
The company’s algorithms told it where to offer its Prime Free Same-Day Delivery service, but an algorithm that uses data tainted by racism will be racist in its outcomes.
A rundown of the Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update, due this summer, including some new features available in the latest Insider build.
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If your company has computers that are shared between employees or temporary workers, Windows 10 makes it easy to accomplish. We explain how to do it.
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Apple wants the public to think it cares about our privacy. What it cares about is its market share, particularly in China.
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