Rovio releases Angry Birds Space and Angry Birds Star Wars game for Windows 8. For anyone looking to build Windows 8 apps should check out the Build 2012 app from the Windows Store. It features all the technical sessions from the Microsoft conference and it can help anyone to start coding apps for the new operating system and the Windows Phone 8 platform.  Microsoft is developing its own 7-inch gaming tablet (Xbox Surface), check out the article to learn all the details. And also the company is retiring Windows Live Messenger and replacing it with Skype, a service that Microsoft acquired not too long ago for $8.5 billion. In How-To’s this week: Try PIN password in Win 8, unlink Skype from the Microsoft account, learn a single command to extend the Windows 8 Enterprise Trial for almost a full year. Enable Flash websites in IE10 app for Windows RT. And finally, if you don’t like to be tracked online and you are Chrome user, get the instructions to turn-on the new Do-Not-Track feature in the web browser. All this and more…

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