The Queen of England is preparing to launch her Facebook page while the King in America is touring the country randomly gifting people Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Kinect bundle.

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Xbox Kinect Hacked

The Xbox Kinect has been hacked and can now be controlled using Windows 7.

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US users can now connect their Facebook accounts to Bing for tailored results.

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Bill Gates uses the SamsFocus as his WIndows Phone 7 device, at least for now.

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Docs.com, the online office suite by Microsoft Fuse Labs has undergone some major improvements in the last week. This includes support for PDF uploads, using user generated templates, bulk uploading of documents, full text search on documents shared by your Facebook friends and more.

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Microsoft

Microsoft touts big numbers to hit back against critics and to prove that all is well.

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Get your fix for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 machines to protect you against a recently discovered flaw.

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Microsoft-Office

An early look at the what Microsoft is planning for Microsoft Office 2013 or Office 15.

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Microsoft will soon end support for security updates to Windows Xp service pack 2 users. The security update support ends on July 13th 2010

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Microsoft-Spindex

Spindex is a new social aggregator from Microsoft, which pools your social data and tries to make sense of it.

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Riding on the back of strong Windows 7 sales, Microsoft has managed to achieve a net profit of $4.1 billion.

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Windows XP Mode will not require hardware virtualization as a feature thereby supporting a wider range of processors.

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Internet Explorer 9 will not be supported on Windows Vista SP1, Windows XP and below.

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MIX 10 Day 1: Windows Phone 7 Applications And How To

Quick roundup of day 1 of MIX10 demos and announcement. Windows Phone 7 Series developer tools announced, download available for free, handsets from LG and Samsung shown.

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Windows Phone 7 Series apps will rely on Silverlight, .net and XNA, however, won’t support Windows Mobile 6.5 applications.

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