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  1. Jason

    Crypto Microsoft to stop accepting bitcoin as payment method due to volatility

    Microsoft has stopped supporting Bitcoin as a payment method for Microsoft products, Bleeping Computer has learned. Several Microsoft employees have told us the move is temporary and cited the unstable state of the Bitcoin currency. Microsoft added support for Bitcoin in 2014, and has...
  2. Jason

    Microsoft Account Credentials Leak vulnerability

    What would you say if I told you that an almost two decade old vulnerability in Windows may leak your Microsoft Account credentials when you visit a website, read an email, or use VPN over IPSec? A bug, that goes all the way back to Windows 95 is causing major issues on Windows 8 and Windows...
  3. -=iNsANe=-ADJ

    Microsoft has developed its own Linux

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/09/18/microsoft_has_developed_its_own_linux_repeat_microsoft_has_developed_its_own_linux/ Microsoft has developed its own Linux. Repeat. Microsoft has developed its own Linux Redmond reveals Azure Cloud Switch, its in-house software-defined networking OS...
  4. Jung

    Offbeat Microsoft owned by iPods.

    Microsoft's leafy corporate campus in Redmond, Washington, is beginning to look like the streets of New York, London and just about everywhere else: Wherever you go, white headphones dangle from peoples' ears. To the growing frustration and annoyance of Microsoft's management, Apple Computer's...
  5. M

    ok i have an issue with microsoft...

    How many people here use Windows XP? How many people here have seen this image? IMAGE NO LONGER AVAILABLE Now, I ask the important question: how many times have you seen this particular explanation for the update? "A security issue has been identified that could allow an attacker to...