As state after state has legalized marijuana in one way or another, big names in corporate America have stayed away entirely. Marijuana, after all, is still illegal, according to the federal government. But Microsoft is breaking the corporate taboo on pot this week by announcing a partnership to begin offering software that tracks marijuana plants from "seed to sale," as the pot industry puts it.
Friday, Jun 17th 2016 (12:00am)
A day after Microsoft introduced an innocent Artificial Intelligence chat robot to Twitter it has had to delete it after it transformed into an evil Hitler-loving, incestual sex-promoting, 'Bush did 9/11'-proclaiming robot.
Friday, Mar 25th 2016 (12:02am) | Thanks: ryan
Tad, head salesmean for VMlimited, attempts to deliver some deep cloud wisdom despite being stuck in a virt world. His critics say he's stuck in the past and peddling cloud solutions that are as outdated as his wardrobe.
"Malaria is spread by mosquitoes," Gates said while opening a jar onstage at a gathering known to attract technology kings, politicians, and Hollywood stars.
"I brought some. Here I'll let them roam around. There is no reason only poor people should be infected."
Friday, Feb 6th 2009 (12:24am) | Thanks: ladyalthea
For the first time, the Windows operating system will wall off some audio and video processes almost completely from users and outside programmers, in hopes of making them harder for hackers to reach. The company is establishing digital security checks that could even shut off a computer's connections to some monitors or televisions if antipiracy procedures that stop high-quality video copying aren't in place.
Huh. My 98se mandate just keeps lookin' better and better.
Tuesday, Aug 30th 2005 (7:51am)
The SphereXP is a 3D desktop replacement for Microsoft Windows XP. Taking the known concept of three-dimensional desktops to its own level. It offers a new way to organize objects on the desktop such a icons and applications.
Sunday, Apr 4th 2004 (8:56pm)
Ever wonder what most people use their computers for? Curious about the tech industry's newest, spiffiest invention? Been asking yourself 'Self, how do these dang-blasted machines work, anyhow?'
Well, wonder no more!
I present to you, dear davelog reader, an exclusive behind the scenes look at Microsoft!
Monday, Mar 29th 2004 (5:28pm)
What's the most useful button on your remote control?
Nothing! Player's off!
King Kong (2005)
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