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Microsoft May Be Working On Its Own Smartphone

Microsoft May Be Working On Its Own Smartphone

Since Xbox, Surface tablets are Microsoft’s first venture to bring out a product whose hardware as well as the software is packaged and marketed by Microsoft. Many have called this a lesson that Microsoft has learnt from Apple, who has long been shipping out its own hardware and software in the form of products like iPad and iPhone.

By On June 22, 2012 1 Response
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Microsoft Releases Xbox SmartGlass SDK For Developers

Microsoft Releases Xbox SmartGlass SDK For Developers

At the annual gaming show, E3, Microsoft had unveiled Xbox SmartGlass. It is essentially a technology that lets the user play game, uninterrupted, when shifting from his Xbox to a Windows 8 device. It is aimed at providing a seamless gaming and entertainment experience to the user across multiple devices. The good news for developers is that Microsoft has now released the SDK of Xbox SmartGlass.

By On June 22, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft’s Surface Tablet Will Probably Be Carry A Price Tag Of At Least $600

Microsoft’s Surface Tablet Will Probably Be Carry A Price Tag Of At Least $600

Ever since Microsoft unveiled its impressive Surface tablets, one of the main questions that is being asked all around the web is that, how much these tablets are going to cost. Whereas Microsoft officials have been saying that they are ‘going to keep it competitive’, that’s a very vague response. Now, DigiTimes seems to have some insider information which may answer this question.

By On June 21, 2012 1 Response
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Microsoft Asks Websites To Take Down Leaked Xbox 720 Document

Microsoft Asks Websites To Take Down Leaked Xbox 720 Document

Recently, we reported about a leaked document which claimed to contain the roadmap for Microsoft’s future plans regarding Xbox 720 and the accessories that would go with the next-generation game console, such as Kinect Glasses. Earlier, we were not sure whether or not the document was genuine. However, it now seems that the document was indeed Microsoft’s property.

By On June 21, 2012 Respond
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Researcher At Microsoft Tries To Answer Why Nigerian Scammers Tell They Are From Nigeria

Researcher At Microsoft Tries To Answer Why Nigerian Scammers Tell They Are From Nigeria

You must have received those mails asking you to give your personal information so that you could be send a few millions from some Nigerian prince who is stuck in a difficult situation. Such spam mails are quite common and are a very real swindling method of Nigerian scammers. But many ask, why do these Nigerian scammers make such obviously outlandish claims?

By On June 21, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft’s Surface Tablet May Make Business Difficult For Other Hardware Vendors

Microsoft’s Surface Tablet May Make Business Difficult For Other Hardware Vendors

For long, Microsoft has mostly been a software company (except for its XBox venture), creating new and better software and shipping it out to hardware vendors for use. However, given Apple’s immense success, it had become evident that a hardware-plus-software company, with the tight integration of the two, would sell better in today’s tech world. The examples in this case are iPhone and iPad. And, the Microsoft’s new venture, the Surface tablet, casts some serious doubts within industry analysts that the company is out to follow Apple’s business model.

By On June 21, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Finally Unveils Windows Phone 8 “Apollo”

Microsoft Finally Unveils Windows Phone 8 “Apollo”

We have been hearing about Microsoft’s plans of unveiling its upcoming version of the OS for mobile platform – and today, at a ‘sneak peek’ event, Microsoft finally did let of some of the wraps from Windows Phone 8, which was formerly being called Apollo. The new version comes with many good news as well as some rather not so good news for current Windows Phone users.

By On June 21, 2012 Respond
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DoubleDutch Introduces Price Alongside Microsoft’s Yammer

DoubleDutch Introduces Price Alongside Microsoft’s Yammer

DoubleDutch has been doing really good apparently, given the fact that it was able to raise a solid$2 million during its Series A funding. It seems that the company now has plans of expanding the realm of its influence. It has now introduced a new app called Pride, which is about workgroup collaboration.

By On June 19, 2012 Respond
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Type Cover Tactile Keyboard For Surface Tablets Unveiled By Microsoft

Type Cover Tactile Keyboard For Surface Tablets Unveiled By Microsoft

Microsoft has suddenly stirred the tablet market as well as the whole tech world by unveiling its own family of Surface tablets. These tablets definitely have a knack of mesmerizing many since they have stunning looks, great hardware and naturally, run Windows 8, which can be a great winner for Windows users. The company has also unveiled some useful accessories to go with these tablets.

By On June 19, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Finally Announces A 10.6 Inch Surface Tablet, Powered By Windows 8

Microsoft Finally Announces A 10.6 Inch Surface Tablet, Powered By Windows 8

After a lot of anticipation, wait and eagerness, Microsoft is finally out with its trump card. The company has kept us all in suspense as to what are the big news it was to offer today. And now, the company has gone on to reveal the first Windows 8 tablets, revealing their specs in all their glory and beauty.

By On June 19, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Word 2012 – Premium Word Processing App For iOS [Fake]

Microsoft Word 2012 – Premium Word Processing App For iOS [Fake]

[UPDATE] Apparently, Microsoft Word 2012 app is fake and wrongly approved by Apple. The App Store page for the app has been shut down. It is ,however, a mystery how the app was approved by Apple without consulting Microsoft.

By On June 19, 2012 Respond
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Rumor: Microsoft May Collaborate With Barnes & Noble To Unveil A Tablet

Rumor: Microsoft May Collaborate With Barnes & Noble To Unveil A Tablet

The web is abuzz with speculations as to what Microsoft plans to unveil in its mysterious event tomorrow. Most have agreed that the company probably is going to make some very important announcement regarding its tablet plans. And yet, some are now suggesting that Microsoft is probably going to unveil a tablet in collaboration with Barnes & Noble.

By On June 18, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Brings Kinectimal For Android

Microsoft Brings Kinectimal For Android

We have already reported about this game “Kinectimal” when Microsoft released it for iOS platform. Finally Microsoft brings this My Xbox Live game for Android. Kinectimal was the first Microsoft game on iOS and now Microsoft started their journey on Google’s Android platform with the same game. This game is now available on Google Play Store for $2.99. Check the details below.

By On June 17, 2012 Respond
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US Government Might Have Moles Inside Microsoft: F-Secure

US Government Might Have Moles Inside Microsoft: F-Secure

According to Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at security firm F-Secure, US government security officials might be working with Microsoft to help the country’s cyber-espionage programme. The revelation came when the cyber space is debating over the involvement of US authorities with Stuxnet worm and Flame virus.

By On June 17, 2012 Respond
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AOL Sells Three-Quarters Of Its Patents To Microsoft Through A Billion-Dollar Deal

AOL Sells Three-Quarters Of Its Patents To Microsoft Through A Billion-Dollar Deal

AOL patents are apparently up for grabs and a lot of companies are trying to lay their hands on it. Earlier, Microsoft had purchased AOL patents and then sold them to Facebook for a whopping $500 million. And now, AOL has sealed yet another deal with Microsoft, selling out nearly 75% of its patents to the software giant.

By On June 16, 2012 Respond
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