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Office Set To Launch On Android And iOS In March 2013, Microsoft Product Manager

Office Set To Launch On Android And iOS In March 2013, Microsoft Product Manager

Petr Bobek, product manager at Czech Microsoft, has confirmed that the software-giant has plans to launch native Android and iOS applications of Office 2013 next year. In an interview with IHNED, Bobek said that the company had plans to launch Office 2013 apps for both Android and iOS in March of 2013.

By On October 11, 2012 Respond
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Windows 8 Advertisements Leak Out, Later Removed By Microsoft

Windows 8 Advertisements Leak Out, Later Removed By Microsoft

Advertisements for Microsoft’s approaching Windows 8 operating system have leaked their way onto the web early Wednesday morning. Microsoft pledged that Windows 8 would launch on October 26th earlier this month. Although we would love to show you these advertisements Microsoft has recently removed them due to a copyright claim. Instead we will discuss the juicy gossip these advertisements have brought about.

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HTC DLX Specifications Leaked; Stuff Quad-Core Processor, 12MP Camera And 2500mAh Battery

HTC DLX Specifications Leaked; Stuff Quad-Core Processor, 12MP Camera And 2500mAh Battery

Anticipation around HTC’s rumored 5-inch phablet (phone+tablet) is high. We have seen a number of rumored images and specification of the device so far. On Monday, HTC modder and XDA-developers forum member “Football” has tweeted a new set of specifications of the rumored 5-inch HTC DLX phablet.

By On October 10, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Reveals Cumulative Windows 8 Update, Uplifting Performance And Battery Life

Microsoft Reveals Cumulative Windows 8 Update, Uplifting Performance And Battery Life

Ahead of the October 26th general availability date, Microsoft is releasing a cumulative update for its Windows 8 operating system. A few notables of the update include performance improvements, extended battery life, improved audio and video playback, along with enhanced application and driver compatibility. The update rolls out today to Enterprise customers or MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network) subscribers.

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Mozilla Set To Officially Release Firefox 16 Today

Mozilla Set To Officially Release Firefox 16 Today

The Mozilla team has a knack of rolling out frequent updates for its Mozilla browser. The latest in its list of releases is Firefox 16 for desktop, which has been scheduled to be released today. The new version is already available for download to Windows, Mac and Linux users in Mozilla FTP.

By On October 9, 2012 Respond
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Now Emirates Passengers Can Use Cellphones During Flight

Now Emirates Passengers Can Use Cellphones During Flight

Although airlines usually provide a number of facilities during flight, it is often disgruntling to know that you can’t use your cellphone during flight. The service is usually not offered due to a multitude of reasons. However, the Dubai-based airline, Emirates, has now stated that it will soon allow passengers aboard its A380 planes to make calls using their cellphones during flight.

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Nokia Unveils Lumia 810, Exclusively For T-Mobile

Nokia Unveils Lumia 810, Exclusively For T-Mobile

Nokia launched two flagship smartphones at its event earlier this year. One of them was the Lumia 820, apparently meant for the mid-range customers. The other was Lumia 920, definitely a high-end device which packed impressive hardware specs with an exceptionally good camera. Now, Nokia has announced a new smartphone, Nokia 810, exclusively for T-Mobile customers.

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Best Screen Capture Apps For Windows

Best Screen Capture Apps For Windows

One of the most basic things that differentiates Mac OS X from Windows is the ease with which we have to make screenshots. In Windows we have the nefarious Print Screen button that always has to be combined with other software to select only part of the screen that interests us. However we can always use third party apps for Windows and fill this gap and in this article I will introduce you 5 quality screen capture apps which you should be using if you constantly need to take screenshots.

By On October 8, 2012 Respond
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Open WebOS Source Code For Galaxy Nexus Now Up For Download

Open WebOS Source Code For Galaxy Nexus Now Up For Download

WebOS, a mobile operating system, that once dominated the market was recently ported to work with the Galaxy Nexus. This hit the tech-community by surprise being that WebOS hasn’t announced anything in what seems like eternity. The WebOS team has released the source code needed to port the operating system to the Galaxy Nexus.

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Microsoft Elaborates On Monetization Of Windows 8 Apps Through Ads

Microsoft Elaborates On Monetization Of Windows 8 Apps Through Ads

Microsoft is gearing up to release its much-touted OS, Windows 8, later this year. However while that is still a few days away, the company has been putting its weight behind the Windows Store so as to have the Windows 8 apps up and running by the time Windows 8 launches. Now, Microsoft has elaborated on how developers can monetize their Windows 8 apps.

By On October 7, 2012 Respond
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IM Applications That Can Replace MSN and Gtalk

IM Applications That Can Replace MSN and Gtalk

In the land of instant messengers, Windows Live Messenger and GTalk are kings. But that does not mean they are the only inhabitants. We used to use these programs because they are the mainstream, so to speak, but we have other alternatives that offer different features and capabilities and today I will present you some of them.

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AT&T’s VoterHub Will Keep You Updated With The Presidential Election

AT&T’s VoterHub Will Keep You Updated With The Presidential Election

AT&T has just launched their new application, VoterHub, aimed at bringing the presidential election right to your pocket. They’ve teamed up with Pew Center to provide an efficient amount of information in a easy-to-use manner. Just incase you can’t get enough of the election, Voterhub will provide a means of registering to vote, finding voting information, polling […]

By On October 6, 2012 Respond
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Apple Maps Allows Users To Cache Large Areas For Offline Viewing

Apple Maps Allows Users To Cache Large Areas For Offline Viewing

Apple Maps in iOS 6 allows users to cache a much larger area for offline viewing than Google Maps. Apple Maps allows users to view any location around a 740 mile radius (1200 km) from cache when a data connection is lost. Google Maps provided viewing of areas in just a 10 mile radius. While traveling, many users commonly experience some-sort of internet outage, and with this type of offline viewing radius, users will be able to continue their trip for miles.

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Pricey And Limited TomTom Navigation App Comes To Android Devices

Pricey And Limited TomTom Navigation App Comes To Android Devices

TomTom has released an Android-version of its navigation application on Google Play two days ago. One negative aspect of the application that already came to light is it doesn’t work on some of the high-resolution newer Android smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S III. The older your Android smartphone is, the better are the chances of compatibility. Except for the compatibility issue, the app itself is magnificent. The turn-by-turn navigation easily outperforms its Google Maps counterparts.

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Australis Tab Strip To Land On Firefox 19

Australis Tab Strip To Land On Firefox 19

Australis, the name of the future default theme of Mozilla Firefox, has been under development for a while. Mozilla will be gradually releasing bits and pieces of the theme on the latest releases of Firefox, and it plans to release the new Australis tab strip on Firefox 19, according to reports. This new tab strip features an attractive “smooth and streamlined appearance.” You will notice that a new curved design appears around the active tab.

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