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Microsoft confirmed that Windows Vista is officially dead, which means it will stop issuing security updates and offering technical support.
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The controversy threatened to hurt United's revenue in China, where the airline has build a loyal customer base, New York Times reports.
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Security researchers: it's possible to defeat smartphone fingerprint readers, the New York Times reports.
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