Posted by Admin on June 12, 2011 ·
There are important differences between Microsoft and Apple’s overall OS strategies, It all hinges on tablet support. Apple is aligning its tablet and phone OSes, and keeping the desktop OS separate, though mobile-influenced. Microsoft, on the other hand, is creating one OS for tablets and desktops, while keeping the phone OS separate—for now, anyway. Microsoft may even have its ideas for [...]
Posted by Admin on December 4, 2010 ·
Google’s Chrome team has sent out invites to a press event in San Francisco, “where we plan to share some exciting news about Chrome,” the invitation reads.
The event will be hosted at DogPatch Labs’ San Francisco office on Tuesday, December 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. PT. We will be reporting live from the event.
We expect the team will unveil the long-awaited Chrome OS, the first operating [...]
Posted by Admin on November 24, 2010 ·
One of the greatest things about the burgeoning smartphone app market is all the apps, tools and games for movie lovers. Beyond just finding movie times and getting actor or director information, these apps can actually enhance the moviegoing experience itself by making it easier to manage your personal collections, rent movies online and even find out when it’s safe to skip out for a restroom break.
Posted by Admin on February 17, 2010 ·
Microsoft wants to catch up with mobile phone makers, HTC Corp, Samsung Electronics, Motorola and others.
The company has announced it will overhaul its phone software to help it regain momentum in the expanding Smartphone market.
Microsoft, realising Smart-phones are the key to the future of communications, is facing stiff competition from all comers, including arch-rival Google, with an Android [...]
Posted by Admin on February 13, 2010 ·
The marketing campaign of Microsoft for Windows 8 appears to have begun – the company briefly published a blog on msdn.com, and then took it down almost immediately. The blogger added that Windows 8 was “something completely different” from previous operating systems.
Rumours had surfaced last month that Windows 8, which is referred to in the blog post as Windows Next, would launch on July 2011.
Posted by Admin on February 3, 2010 ·
Microsoft has given some early tests with a near-final releasing version – “release candidate” of Office 2010 as the software maker works to make it broadly available in June 2010.
A beta version of Office 2010 was released in November and had been downloaded 2 million times, as of last month record.
The company officially started public testing of the product with a Technology Preview [...]
Posted by Admin on December 24, 2009 ·
Microsoft is being ordered to stop selling certain versions of its Word programme after a US court ruled it had infringed a rights held by a Canadian software company.
The information technology chief was ordered to pay $290m (£180m) in damages to Toronto-based i4i Inc and told it will not be able to sell any more copies of Word 2007 unless alterations are made to the programme over the next three [...]
Posted by Admin on November 7, 2009 ·
It wasn’t an easy task, but unlike vista, windows 7 did it. Consumer trade sales of Microsoft newest operating system topped those of Vista by 234% on a unit basis within the first few days of Windows 7′s Oct. 22 launch, according to a report unconstrained on Friday by market research company NPD Group. Although the report did not include sales to businesses and large organizations.
But this [...]
Posted by Admin on November 1, 2009 ·
Same like you, I was also wondering, why the new windows announced by Microsoft is called so? Got the answer, and excitingly I wasn’t aware of any point before, let me count all windows from 1 to 7 here.
Before the announcement of Windows 7, Microsoft has already announced 6 windows to its users and all of them are public for us.
It was released in November 1985 by Microsoft.
Posted by Admin on October 31, 2009 ·
The lovers of FireFox explorer can now enjoy the Beta version of Upgraded version Mozilla FireFox 3.6. The race of upgrading the explorer took pace when certain other companies started to give out explorers like Google Chrome and other Explorers. The beta version of Mozilla includes many features not present in the older updates and versions including.
The ability of drag and drop files from computer [...]