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Bill Gates gets behind huggable children’s robot

There no question that Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates has already cemented his Read more…
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ALSO NOTED: The new data center: No cooling required; Dell gets weird with Inspiron ‘Colors’ ad campaign;

> The new data center: No cooling required. Article> Asus’s Eee PC might be delayed. Read more…

ALSO NOTED: No Blu-ray for iMacs until 2008; Michael Dell running Ubuntu?;

> Michael Dell’s open-source OS of choice? Ubuntu. Article
> Bill Gates sees the future of the tech industry. Read more…

ALSO NOTED: IBM takes the lead in storage; LG debuts HHD-based laptop;

> The Bay area’s BART transit system warns iPod users not to use their stock earbuds. Read more…

Microsoft set to unveil Windows Mobile 6 at 3GSM

We’ve all seen “leaked” photos, read insider reports and known that it’s been in the pipeline for a while now: Windows Mobile 6. Microsoft is finally ready to take the wraps off of its new mobile OS, with an announcement scheduled for Monday at 3GSM in Barcelona. Our own Brian Dolan of FierceWireless fame will be there, so do be sure to check out his live blogging of the event next week. Until then, here’s a list of new features to …

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RSA 2007 kicks off with Microsoft security pledge

This year’s RSA conference in San Francisco kicked off with an address by Microsoft’s Bill Gates and Craig Mundie, wherein the two executives underlined their commitment to security in Windows–especially stronger identity theft protection and IT network security. Microsoft Charmian Gates called for increased protection in accordance with current work …

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Gates trashes the Mac, longs to be one of the cool kids

It’s got to be at least a little annoying when you release an OS that’s been in the works for five years, only to have everyone point out how it rips off Apple’s OS X feature by feature. Then again, if you were Bill Gates, you would probably be used to it by now (and it’s not like Apple is completely free of guilt–Konfabulator, anyone?). Regardless, Mr. Gates seems a little miffed when a Newsweek reporter asks him for his opinion of Apple’s recent advertising campaign. “I don’t …

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