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The Clock Is Ticking on Windows 7, Microsoft Warns

Mainstream support for Windows 7 ends early next year, but there's no need to panic. Patches will continue for years to come.

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Avast Warns Selling Used Phones May Expose Personal Info

While some iOS versions are an exception, Avast said it found plenty of personal, and saucy, content on factory-reset phones it bought on eBay. 

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Document Macro Malware on the Rebound

Fifteen years after the first Microsoft Word macro viruses attacked the Internet, the technique is still proving successful at exploiting users.

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Why Princely Intern Pay Is an Indicator of Trouble for IT Sector

NEWS ANALYSIS: Battle for development talent among leading IT companies has gone way overboard, and it's not good for the economy.

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IBM to Spend $3 Billion to Research the Future of Chips, Systems

The industry can continue to shrink conventional silicon chips to 7nm over the next several years, IBM says, but what comes after that is unclear.

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Yelp Adds Its Voice to Critics of Proposed EU Google Settlement

Online restaurant and business review service Yelp joined others in opposing a proposed settlement of antitrust charges in the European Union against Google.

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The Clock Is Ticking on Windows 7, Microsoft Warns

Mainstream support for Windows 7 ends early next year, but there's no need to panic. Patches will continue for years to come.

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Document Macro Malware on the Rebound

Fifteen years after the first Microsoft Word macro viruses attacked the Internet, the technique is still proving successful at exploiting users.

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IBM to Spend $3 Billion to Research the Future of Chips, Systems

The industry can continue to shrink conventional silicon chips to 7nm over the next several years, IBM says, but what comes after that is unclear.

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Yelp Adds Its Voice to Critics of Proposed EU Google Settlement

Online restaurant and business review service Yelp joined others in opposing a proposed settlement of antitrust charges in the European Union against Google.

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Bell Labs Broadband Test Hits 10G bps Over Copper

Alcatel-Lucent's research arm uses a prototype technology that could help carriers expand broadband at lower costs.

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An Evans Data survey shows that developers rank application lifecycle management tools as most satisfying to use, but not necessarily most important.

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