Launcher 2.0 to be released within days
WARNING: Coders are still stitching together partition stitching code
Isn't it time for the pub?
Diagasm Banned by Redmond: Universal, Metro
'Hey! Over here! No, not that one, that's ARM...'
Samsung & 11 hardware partners to bundle OneNote, OneDrive, Skype, Office
No, we can't give it to you, go pester Redmond, says Chinese giant
Pics More Cortana, updated browser, still a race to summer
Redmond reckons free upgrade will convert China
Microsoft explains how it will fit Windows 10 into cheaposlabs, maybe without bloatware
If you use a keyboard, forget it
But how secure is it?
Downloading OS updates from random PCs? What could possibly go wrong with that?
Redmond reportedly sitting out firmware firm's $110m funding round
Cupertino giant begins public beta program
Builds are coming, really
It gave us Comic Sans, Clippy, a zillion jokes and might be CORTANA'S GRANDFATHER
Minor update's biggest new feature is burglar-proofing 'Device Protection'
'Rowhammer' attack flips bits in memory to take control of the kernel
Public release dates only slow the process down, say devs
Remote-code exec in iOS, OS X iCloud, plus FREAK fix
It's Debian all o'er agin, I tells ye!
SCSI dev claims virty giant has 'no intention' of honoring terms of the GPL
Cloud OS at the bottom, server in the middle and a dedicated client on top
Exclusive Redmond carefully considers OIN approach
MWC 2015 One app to rule them all. It hopes
Updated It's sad that this isn't really a surprise
MWC 2015 Tablet coming later this year, but will it be competitive?
Xubuntu, Kubuntu, Barney McGrubuntu, Cuthbert, GNOME and MATE
Not even nuking it from orbit will do the job, we fear
Slide deck appears describing lightweight core for future Windows Servers
Rounds up enterprise posse for sandboxed safety
Oh yeah, and don't bother with ads
Count of 2014's flaws finds more nasties in Mac OS and iOS than in Windows or Linux
Review Never mind the bugs... love the skin Ubuntu's in
Sweeping up the dead bugs
Hey fanboi, help squash our bugs
Reproducible binary project 83% complete
Linux Lord declares all internet polls bad, follows result of own effort anyway
Worry now, because 23 years from now will be TOO LATE
Hypervisor lets kit makers have realtime OS cake and eat it, too