Those are the hands of David Bradley, an original member of the IBM PC team and the inventor of the control-alt-delete function, hitting the right keys. Bob Jordan /AP hide caption

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Nokia was the only large phone manufacturer in the world to commit to selling phones running Microsoft's operating system. Now Microsoft is buying Nokia's mobile phone business. Timothy Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Microsoft's Nokia Deal Shake Up Mobile?

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Don Mattrick, president of Interactive Entertainment Business at Microsoft, greets the crowd at the Xbox One reveal event in Redmond, Wash., last month. Stephen Brashear/Invision/AP hide caption

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Since it was first filed in August of 2004, Ubuntu's Bug #1 attracted many comments. With comment number 1834, Mark Shuttleworth declared the issue fixed today. Launchpad hide caption

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An Xbox 360 video presentation at the E3 Media and Business Summit in Los Angeles in 2008. Microsoft is scheduled to introduce its newest Xbox on Tuesday. Ric Francis/AP hide caption

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With New Xbox, Microsoft Makes A Bigger Play For Living Room

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Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system was criticized when it was released last year for features some said didn't mesh with a desktop PC environment. The company has indicated that it will address some of those issues in an upcoming update. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Will Tweaking Windows 8 Be Enough To Revive The PC?

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Steven Sinofsky introduces a new Microsoft tablet computer and Windows 8 software to the media in Shanghai on Oct. 23. The former president of Microsoft's Windows division has since left the company. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hear Wendy Kaufman's Report On 'Morning Edition'

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Listen To Steve Henn's Report On All Things Considered

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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks at a Microsoft event in San Francisco in July. This week, Microsoft launches Windows 8, a radical redesign of its operating system, as well as a new set of tablet computers. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Microsoft, An Empire Under Siege, Makes Its Next Moves

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