Twitter Tech Table: The PC Support Group flying high

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If you’re reading this then there’s a good chance you follow The PC Support Group on Twitter too. (If not, why not?) Well, if that’s the case, you’re part of a rather select bunch. A new report has shown that The PC Support Group is one of the most followed and high quality providing technology… Read more »

Microsoft Calls Time on Windows XP

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Windows XP

On 8 April Microsoft will finally cease its support for the struggling operating system Windows XP – a decision that’s bound to be met with a mixed reception around the world. The software, launched in 2001, is still installed on a third of all PCs globally and only Windows 7 (released in 2009) has managed… Read more »

Microsoft set to announce Office for iPad?

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Office for iPad

Shares in Microsoft have soared following rumours that their Office suite will soon be available to use on the iPad. So is there any truth in this latest round of Microsoft-Apple gossip? Well, it seems we won’t have to wait long to find out. Reuters recently reported that Microsoft had a full version of its… Read more »

10 Defining Moments in the History of the World Wide Web

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internet cable

On 12 March, 1989 Tim Berners-Lee was working at the Swiss physics laboratory Cern when he produced a technical paper which was the blueprint for The World Wide Web (you may have heard of it). The immediate response to this ultimately life changing proposal was somewhat underwhelming as his boss commented: “Vague, but exciting”. Yet… Read more »