Intel Aims to Achieve Net Zero Carbon Emissions By 2040

(Photo: Wouter De Praetere/Unsplash) Intel has announced a plan to achieve net-zero carbon emissions across its global operations by 2040.  In a statement Wednesday, the company reaffirmed its intent to reduce its environmental impact and develop a more sustainable operations strategy. This means changes across all parts of the business,…

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Windows 11 Might Never Allow You to Move the Taskbar

(Photo: Start11 from Stardock) When Microsoft launched Windows 11 it proudly touted its redesigned taskbar and Start Menu. Not everyone was as excited about the new designs as Microsoft. The company moved the Start Menu to the middle of the display. It also anchored the taskbar to the bottom of…

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Google May Announce Windows Game Support for Stadia

Google still puts on a strong face, but all the news coming from the company’s Stadia gaming division is disheartening. Stadia’s sluggish acquisition of new games has led to similarly stagnant subscriber numbers, but Google might have a secret weapon to boost adoption: Windows. There are hints that Google could…

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Russia Looks at Legalizing Software Piracy to Bypass Sanctions

(Photo: Towfiqu Barbhuiya/Unsplash) In response to sanctions restricting software such as Microsoft 365 and Oracle business tools, Russia has devised a new plan for allowing its citizens to operate as normally as possible. The plan? To legalize piracy. A new document by the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia details…

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Steam Deck Now Has Over 500 Playable Games

With only a matter of days left until the Steam Deck’s official launch on February 25, Valve is hard at work making as many games as possible available to play on the new console. And the company has crossed an exciting milestone: at least 500 games would be playable on…

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