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Microsoft showed off new, consumer-focused features for Windows 10.
Holograms! You heard that right: Augmented reality is coming to Windows, with a new API for 3D imaging and a HoloLens headset, plus HoloStudio for making your own holograms.
The walls are being torn down between PC gamers and Xbox gamers.
You read that: Current Windows users will be able to snag Windows 10 for the low, low price of absolutely nothing.
Future Java 7 security patches will not be publicly available so users should migrate to Java 8
The E-Business Suite vulnerability can give attackers complete control over databases that store sensitive business information
Attackers are no longer focusing on Java vulnerabilities and are increasingly looking at other targets, like Silverlight
On Wednesday, Microsoft plans to unveil a consumer preview of Windows 10. Look for Cortana integration, improved notifications, a seamless new interface, new browsers and more.
If people are to believe Windows can capture the spirit of the mobile era, Microsoft will have to make a watertight case.
Both smartphones cost below $100, but some tough choices have been made to get there
For the first time in recent history, Microsoft has issued no security bug fixes for Internet Explorer.
The posting of a Windows 10 test platform for phones has reignited speculation that Microsoft's next OS will embrace all platforms.
The flaws are of moderate and low severity, but server admins should still update