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Stuart J. Johnston

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Meet the movers behind the first PC

Although few outside of the world of computer research might know who they are, Bob Taylor, Alan Kay, Charles

Microsoft’s Help System needs help

I've been writing about PCs for more than 20 years. So you'd think I'd have this technical stuff down pat. But as I research Microsoft Corp. security flaws month after month, I often scratch my head trying to figure out what the company's bulletins really mean.

Grief with Microsoft software, hardware

You have to give Microsoft Corp. credit some of the time. Sure, the majority of us feel frustrated by the bugs in many of its products. But at least the company is serious about fixing problems--especially if users cry loudly enough.

Top tips for busting bugs

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"Would you like something to eat?" asks the diminutive waiter, balancing a tray of small sandwiches atop its cylindrical metal body.

Rescue robots, waitrons convene for contest

"Would you like something to eat?" asks the diminutive waiter, balancing a tray of small sandwiches atop its cylindrical metal body.

Microsoft readies a HailStorm of Web services

The first services Microsoft Corp. plans to deliver as part of its grand .Net initiative will be a "HailStorm," say company executives.

Seattle quake doesn’t rattle high tech firms

The Pacific Northwest weathered its worst earthquake in 52 years on Ash Wednesday, but despite the quake's strength, high-tech companies sustained little if any damage.

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