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Microsoft co-founder unveils space travel plans

WASHINGTON — A giant airplane that can in mid-flight launch a rocket carrying cargo and humans into orbit is the future of space travel, billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen said on Tuesday. The first test flight of the ambitious venture by Allen’s new company Stratolaunch Systems is not…

Microsoft declares war on Google in EU anti-trust complaint

BRUSSELS – US computer giant Microsoft declared war on Internet king Google Thursday when it joined an anti-trust complaint in Europe that could result in billions of dollars in fines. It is the first time Microsoft, which has itself been hit with multi-million-dollar anti-trust fines by Brussels, has gone public…

Texas probing Google over search results

WASHINGTON — The attorney general of the US state of Texas has opened an inquiry into whether Internet giant Google manipulates search results. Google disclosed the antitrust probe in a blog post late Friday following a report by technology website SearchEngineLand.com on the investigation by the Texas authorities. “We recognize…

Interrupting This Paper Writing Spectacular To Fuck With Microsoft

So, the “I’m a PC” Laptop Hunters commercials really, really annoy me. The main reason is because their choppy editing and complete logical inconsistency makes the entire message of the commercial that PCs are great for indecisive consumers who want a computer that will Do Things, and the problem with…

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