Windows on ARM will not be full fat
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So limited Microsoft has pulled a document saying how much

When Microsoft announced it was making a version of Windows 10 on ARM chips the world celebrated the end of the x86 obsession which has limited PCs for decades.

Microsoft sued for $600 million
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Or a single working copy of Windows 7

An Albuquerque man has sued Microsoft with the unusual choice of providing a fresh copy of Windows 7 or $600 million in damages.

Apple gets bug fix out
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20 February 2018

Apple gets bug fix out


Bug crashes most Apple platforms

Apple has rushed out a fix a "feature" which crashes each of its platforms without dragging its feet saying that it only affects a minority of users who have to be holding their equipment the wrong way.

Uber predicts flying taxis within five to 10 years
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That is, taxi not pig

Uber Technologies Chief Executive Officer Dara Khosrowshahi said he can see commercialisation of the Uber Air flying taxi service happening within five to 10 years.

Private US contractors are biggest security threat
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Not the Russian and Chinese tech companies after all

While the US government seems keen to blame Chinese telcos and Russian security experts for its IT woes, it is more likely the country's obsession with government departments hiring private contractors.