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London Stock Exchange May Have Been Hacked Last Year

Computerworld is reporting that the London Stock Exchange may have been hacked in August of last year as it prepared to switch its systems from Microsoft’s .Net platform to a Linux-based platform. It’s once again preparing to attempt the same switchover this month.

According to the article:

“There were major problems on the exchange …

CES: What’s Next for Microsoft?

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer delivered a keynote address on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, focusing on his company’s Xbox 360 entertainment initiatives, the new Windows Phone 7 mobile platform, and what we can expect to see from future versions of Windows PCs.

Xbox 360 Kinect

Microsoft’s “Kinect” …

EA Games CEO: PS3 Can Beat Out Xbox

The majority of Americans may own an Xbox 360, but EA Games CEO John Riccitiello believes that the PS3 is so much more popular overseas that it will eventually overtake Microsoft in this battle of game consoles. He told Industry Gamers:

I don’t think it’s either of those things. Honestly, I think that Microsoft has done great …

Bing Updates: Let The Search Engine Make Decisions For You

Microsoft officially launched Bing 2.0 Wednesday night with changes to both their online search engine and mobile phone apps. Bing has been trying to compete against Google for dominance since it launched in June 2009, particularly by calling their program a “decision engine.” And that’s what these upgrades mostly are: additional …

Montage: Making The Internet Safer For Lazy Searching

Is the internet just too scattered for you? Would you like some way to collect all the things you’d like to read and watch into one place, but find yourself allergic to the acronym RSS? If so, Microsoft has just the thing for you – Introducing Montage, which Microsoft describes as

a flexible web-based service that makes it fun and easy …

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