Bill Gates steps down at Microsoft in 2008
Bill Gates, chairman, will transition out of a day-to-day role at Microsoft to spend more time on his global health and education work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Microsoft unleashes hidden anti piracy tool
Millions of Windows users may unknowingly be test subjects for an unfinished Microsoft anti piracy tool.


How to install Vista on your Mac
Frgough from Mac OS X hints has published a tip on how to modify the setup of Vista public beta so it runs on your Mac.
Google's Gbuy expected to launch June 28
According to a researh not of a Wall Street analyst Gbuy, Google's online payment system is expected to launch June 28. The system will rival eBay.
New release of Google Earth
Google released version 4 of it's Google Earth application in beta form. Among the changes are an improved interface, 3d textured building support,
Windows Live Dev launched (beta)

The Windows Live Dev site has launched today in beta mode at

Windows Live Dev is includes information on getting started with Windows Live services, latest documentation and APIs, samples, access to community areas and relevant blogs, and announcements of future releases and innovations.

Google Browser Sync for Firefox released
Google Browser Sync for Firefox is an extension that continuously synchronizes your browser settings – including bookmarks, history, persistent cookies, and saved passwords – across your computers. It also allows you to restore open tabs and windows across different machines and browser sessions.
Winners of the ActionScript for Flash 8 book competition
Thanks to Friends of Ed we had 5 copies to give away of; ActionScript for Flash 8. Take a look and press read more to see the correct answer and if you're one of the lucky winners.
Web is the No. 1 media
According to a recent research project of the Ball State University's Center for Media Design, Web media is the N0. 1 at-work media and No. 2 in the home, according to a new report from the Online Publishers Association.
Microsoft releases public Vista Beta 2

Microsoft made a beta version of Windows Vista publicly available for download, kicking off what it called its "Customer Preview Program," a testing period in which the software maker hopes millions of tech enthusiasts will kick the tires on the new operating system.


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