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Ballmer: 500 Million Users Will Be Using Windows 8 By Next Year

Ballmer: 500 Million Users Will Be Using Windows 8 By Next Year

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has hinted about the company’s ambitious sales plans of Windows 8. According to him, there will be 500 million Windows 8 users by end of 2013. However, analysts expect Windows 8 to flop and PC sales to suffer.

By On May 23, 2012 Respond
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Windows 8 Release Preview To Include Metro Style News, Sports, And Travel Apps

Windows 8 Release Preview To Include Metro Style News, Sports, And Travel Apps

Microsoft seems to be expanding its built-in Windows 8 apps for the upcoming Release Preview. According to WinUnleaked.tk, Windows 8 Release Preview, to be released on the first week of June, will include News, Sports, and Travel Metro style apps. The site (registration required) has already posted screenshots and information about the Release Preview build over the last few days.

By On May 23, 2012 Respond
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Tumblr CEO David Karp Talks About Ads On Tumblr

Tumblr CEO David Karp Talks About Ads On Tumblr

Tumblr hasn’t been very active on the money-making front, so when folks at the company decided to add a creative version of ads and ‘sponsor products’ to finally start making money from its millions of users. Now, in a recent discussion, Tumblr’s CEO David Karp has elaborated on how advertising on Tumblr is fundamentally different from Facebook ads.

By On May 22, 2012 Respond
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Gmail Gets Improved Search With Autocomplete Suggestions

Gmail Gets Improved Search With Autocomplete Suggestions

Google has been working really hard on its email service, Gmail. The search engine giant has been introducing a number of new features to Gmail and has been quite successful in making Gmail one of the most used email services online. Now, Google has introduced yet another tweak to the search feature in Gmail, making Gmail search more convenient and effective.

By On May 22, 2012 Respond
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Twitter Officially Supports ‘Do Not Track’

Twitter Officially Supports ‘Do Not Track’

Twitter has officially supported Do Not Track option which is promoted by The United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Mozilla. Do Not Track (DNT) is a privacy preference that users can set in their web browsers. It request websites visited by DNT enabled users not to track them over the web. By officially supporting DNT, Twitter has acknowledged to honor the requests by not tracking requesting users over the web.

By On May 22, 2012 Respond
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Schmidt Advises Grads To Turn Off The Screen For One Hour And Spend The Time With Beloved Ones

Schmidt Advises Grads To Turn Off The Screen For One Hour And Spend The Time With Beloved Ones

Google Inc Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told a group of Boston University graduates on Sunday to step away from their computers for one hour daily and to spend the time with your beloved ones. At least this would help human beings to see the real world without the technology and internet.

By On May 21, 2012 Respond
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Amid Facebook’s Revelry Microsoft Opens Up So.cl Network

Amid Facebook’s Revelry Microsoft Opens Up So.cl Network

Microsoft has launched the beta version of its social networking platform named So.Cl. The company believes that this platform can give students a new way to learn. This site is designed by Microsoft’s FUSE Labs. By using So.cl, students can share useful information quickly, and build their own pages. Students can collect information from both inside and outside the classroom. Microsoft has been testing this site in selected universities since last year.

By On May 21, 2012 Respond
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LG Optimus Slider Android Phone For $149.99

LG Optimus Slider Android Phone For $149.99

With monthly plans including unlimited data, text and email, Virgin Mobile offers second generation Android powered LG Optimus Slider. This multimedia phone features a music player with MP3, WMA, and AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ support and a video player with MPEG4, WMV, H.264, H.263 support. By using its 3.0MP camera, you can capture special moments. You can enjoy faster web surfing, downloads, messaging, and more with the 3G. connectivity. LG Optimus Slider is available at Virgin Mobile for $179.99, and at Best Buy for $149.99 (w/o contract).

By On May 21, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Wins Ban On Motorola Android Devices In US

Microsoft Wins Ban On Motorola Android Devices In US

While Motorola holds some very lucrative patents for the tech industry, it is still not immune to allegations of patent infringement itself. Now, Microsoft has been able to score a victory against Motorola over alleged patent infringement in some of its devices. As a result, ITC has banned the devices in question from entering U.S.

By On May 20, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone Outselling iPhone In China, Lags Far Behind Android

Windows Phone Outselling iPhone In China, Lags Far Behind Android

According to Microsoft executives, Windows Phone has gained traction in the Chinese market over iPhone. After just two months of launch in the Chinese market, Windows Phone has acquired 7% of the market. This is a tad higher than the 6% market share hold by iPhone.

By On May 20, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Install The Android SDK On Eclipse

[Tutorial] How To Install The Android SDK On Eclipse

SDK stands for “Software Development Kit” which is a set of tools that allow us to develop our Android applications. In this tutorial I will show you how to install Android SDK under Eclipse development environment on your Windows computer.

By On May 19, 2012 1 Response
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Netgear Introduced IEEE802.11ac Compatible R6300 Router And A6200 USB Adapter

Netgear Introduced IEEE802.11ac Compatible R6300 Router And A6200 USB Adapter

Netgear has introduced a R6300 WiFi router and an A6200 USB adapter to 802.11ac product line for Next-Generation Wi-Fi. The company claims that the R6300 Wi-Fi Router is the industry’s first 802.11ac router. The R6300 Wi-Fi Router supports combined Wi-Fi speeds up to 1750 Mbps. The A6200 Wi-Fi adapter is a first-to-market 802.11ac dual band Wi-Fi USB adapter. By using it, a consumer can easily upgrade their existing wireless networks to 802.11ac performance. The NETGEAR R6300 WiFi Router is priced at $199.99 which will be available in May 2012 and the NETGEAR A6200 WiFi adapter is priced at $69.99, it will be available in the third quarter of 2012.

By On May 18, 2012 Respond
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Twitter Officially Announces Support For ‘Do Not Track’ Feature

Twitter Officially Announces Support For ‘Do Not Track’ Feature

With the massive explosion of social media, users have been increasingly concerned about their privacy online. One of the chief issues in this regard has been the ability of certain websites to track the users. A new feature ‘Do Not Track’ has been gaining traction in the tech world recently, which allows the users to opt-out of such tracking. Twitter has now announced support for this feature.

By On May 18, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone 8 OS May Launch In Late 2012

Windows Phone 8 OS May Launch In Late 2012

Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform is slowly gaining traction on the shoulders of Nokia’s Lumia smartphones. And both Nokia and Microsoft seem committed to make it a success. To this end, Microsoft has been working on the next iteration of its mobile operating system, Windows Phone. Now, an Israeli publication has claimed that it will launch this next version by the end of 2012.

By On May 18, 2012 Respond
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Department of Defense Funds The Development of Web Applications To Fight Maritime Piracy

Department of Defense Funds The Development of Web Applications To Fight Maritime Piracy

The US Navy has taken initiatives to fund a project to develop web applications to cut down maritime piracy. The web applications are aimed to help multinational navy forces, responsible for policing the oceans, combat piracy in a better way. The project would be funded through the Office of Naval Research (ONR) of USA. A grant amounting $1 million has been sanctioned already.

By On May 17, 2012 Respond
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