Microsoft introduces Bing pop-up warning for child abuse search terms

The search engine will now warn users when they are in danger of accessing illegal material

Player avatars from Zynga's FarmVille 2 are seen on a stairway at the entrance to Zynga headquarters in San Francisco, California April 23, 2013. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

Zynga share price drops again as US gambling launch cancelled

Games publishers responsible FarmVille and Words With Friends continues to flounder

Sales staff demonstrate the Microsoft Surface during the opening of Microsoft's retail store in New York's Times Square October 25, 2012. REUTERS/Keith Bedford

Shock reverse as Microsoft and Google fail to hit sales targets

Revenue for both companies grew but fell short of projected earnings

Future bleak for print magazines at publisher

The closure or sale of some print magazines could be on the agenda for the games and technology magazines publisher Future after it warned it would miss profits targets.

Bill Gates shows off the original Microsoft smart watch - the Fossil SPOT - in 2003. Reuters/Jeff Christensen

Microsoft smart watch to be built by team behind Surface tablet

Development for the upcoming device have been moved to the Surface team responsible for Microsoft's latest tablets

Microsoft's Surface Pro running Windows 8

Microsoft slash prices of Surface RT by 30%

Price cut likely in anticipation of a refresh of the Surface range

Members of the media photograph the Xbox One and its controller

Gamers petition Microsoft over Xbox One DRM - are we missing out?

More than 17,000 sign a petition asking Microsoft to bring back controversial policies

Microsoft: warned by European Union regulators to modify how it presents Internet Explorer in Windows 8

Edward Snowden claims Microsoft collaborated with NSA and FBI to allow access to user data

New allegations from the NSA whistleblower suggest a degree of collusion between US intelligence agencies and Microsoft that had been previously denied

The fugitive US whistleblower Edward Snowden alleged yesterday that the National Security Agency was 'in bed together' with German intelligence

Edward Snowden saga: US and China clash over handling of NSA whistleblower after Microsoft accused of handing over users' data to intelligence services

Fugitive appeals for the help of human rights groups in Russia, as his latest revelations suggest Microsoft lets US government access its customers' data

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unveils Windows 8.1

Microsoft announces reshuffle: 'One Strategy, One Microsoft'

Corporate restructuring sees new focus on devices and services, and the promise of a single Windows ecosystem

Microsoft has confirmed that the latest edition of the Windows operating system will include a Start button, a feature that was absent from previous versions of Windows 8

Hackers exploit flaw in 'silly Microsoft code' publicised by Google engineer

Latest updates to Windows 7 & 8 fixes vulnerability first identified by Tavis Ormandy

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New handset set to be unveiled on July 11 with a rumoured 41-megapixel camera

Models pose with Samsung Electronics' Ultra HD LCD televisions during World IT show 2013 at the Coex convention centre in Seoul May 22, 2013. World IT Show (WIS) 2013, Korea’s largest IT trade show, opened on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Samsung ranked as world's largest tech company - even bigger than Apple

Rankings show how Apple's and Samsung's revenue dominates rivals; Amazon still operating with barely any profit

New social reputation system for Xbox Live

Microsoft redesigns Xbox Live to segregate ‘antisocial’ players

New reputation system will pair like with like - creating a heaven and a hell for gamers

Microsoft have shown off a new touchscreen that mimics how physical objects feel by offering ‘tactile feedback’ to users

Microsoft shows off 3D touchscreen that 'touches' back

Microsoft have shown off a new touchscreen that mimics how physical objects feel by offering ‘tactile feedback’ to users.

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