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Microsoft is reportedly the company behind a massive data centre project in Iowa, joining the company's nearby 'Project Mountain' cloud facility

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Microsoft is set to finalise the $7 billion (£4.4bn) acquisition of Nokia's mobile devices unit at the end of this week, following antitrust negotiations in Asia

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Microsoft has discussed some of its plans for Cortana, including the ability to interact via sight and gestures

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Microsoft teams up with Texan university to explore green ways to meet data centre energy needs

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Microsoft is working on a 'Minority Report' future, to allow more intuitive user interaction with computers

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Microsoft releases Office 365 Personal - a less expensive subscription aimed at individual users

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The US' IRS has said it missed the deadline for migrating away from Windows XP due to budget shortfalls

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Windows Phone 8.1 is made available to developers to test and build applications in a real-life environment ahead of consumer release

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Windows XP had to go because it lacks modern security features, says Robert Lemos. But you can take a measured approach to removing it.

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A new installation option for Windows 8.1 devices gives users more storage space, but at a price

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