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WASHINGTON — In the months and early years after 9/11, FBI agents began showing up at Microsoft Corp. more frequently than before, armed with court orders demanding information on customers.
Q: How does Microsoft’s Surface tablet compare to the iPad? -- Jesse
Q: I’m considering Windows 8 but don’t know if my current computer is capable of the upgrade. Any quick way to figure out if I need a new computer or not? — Donald
Q: Is there any way to turn off the “new” Facebook and go back to the old way?
Q: What are those strange patterned square boxes that I am starting to see everywhere and what do they do? - Kendra
Q: I'm starting to use a lot of social media networks in my daily business activities and looking to find tools to help me manage them more efficiently. - Jenna
High-ranking deputies in the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office are taking issue with interim Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley launching a Valleywide crime database effort, calling it politically motivated and not giving credit where credit is due when one already is in place.
I’ve got an old computer that has Office 2003 on it that I am about to replace. Should I get Office 2007 or Office 2010 if I am going to upgrade? — Kyle
Ken Colburn: Gmail has a very small learning curve, and I promise you that it will drastically change your e-mail life in a very good way!
Ken Colburn: When it comes to buying a new display for your computer, there are both technical and nontechnical considerations that are pretty important.
Bradley Rogers, an Arizona State University student from Mesa, knew he wanted to be an air traffic controller since he was in the sixth grade.
Ken Colburn: The need for good protection software against the thousands of malicious software attacks is critical, especially since the cleverness of the attacks is on the rise.
NEW YORK -- Goofy videos weren't on the minds of Len Kleinrock and his team at UCLA when they began tests 40 years ago on what would become the Internet. Neither was social networking, for that matter, nor were most of the other easy-to-use applications that have drawn more than a billion people online.
Q: On last week’s radio show, you mentioned free Web photo-storage and sharing sites. Which ones are the best? — Kurt
Q. I want to edit my digital photos but don’t want to spend the money for Photoshop. Are there any low-cost programs that will allow me to do some reasonable editing of my photos? — Mark
NEW YORK - Google’s online filing cabinet for medical records opened to the public Monday, giving users instant electronic access to their health histories while reigniting privacy concerns.
Q. On occasion I have the need to hold online meetings with folks from around the country. Are there any cost-effective online meeting tools for those of us who only need it three or four times a year? — Joseph
Q. I am preparing for a big family reunion and want to have a slide show with music in the background for our reunion. All of the software that I have seen is either really expensive or too difficult to work. Is there anything that is easy and cheap for making photo slide shows with music? - Michelle
Automated cameras that the state Department of Public Safety wants to deploy along some Arizona highways could catch more than speeders.
SEATTLE - Microsoft Corp. is once again on the defensive against hackers after the launch of a new program that gives average PC users tools to unlock copy-protected digital music and movies.
SEATTLE - Microsoft Corp. must pay $1.52 billion in damages to telecommunications equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent SA for violating two patents related to digital music, a federal jury ruled Thursday.
Q. Now that Google is offering Gmail to anyone who wants it, is it better than my Yahoo mail? — Kevin
NEW YORK - For the first time in five years, Microsoft Corp. is finally unveiling a new system for operating personal computers. Now the company must persuade PC buyers that the launch really matters to them.
Q.We enjoy sending pictures to grandparents, but we have lost our auto compression feature in Outlook. How do you turn back on the auto compress feature? — Larry
“I started volunteering after Hurricane Katrina,” says Sandra Speta. “I saw the devastation on television. And, like a lot of people, I started looking around for places to help.” Tonight the 35-year-old Phoenix resident is one of seven volunteers sorting donated medical supplies at the warehouse of Project CURE, in Tempe.