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Microsoft Will Provide Free Tools, Devices And Training To webOS Developers

Microsoft Will Provide Free Tools, Devices And Training To webOS Developers

Microsoft is planning to get future advantage of webOS’s by offering their developer community free phones, dev tools, and training. Now, you can see bellow in the Twitter the statement come from Brandon Watson – the senior director of Windows Phone 7 development in Microsoft.

By On August 21, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft’s New Touch Mouse Now Available

Microsoft’s New Touch Mouse Now Available

Ready for a whole new way to navigate your PC? Touch Mouse, made exclusively for Windows 7, makes everyday task more fluid and intuitive by using natural gestures instead of clicks. You’ll be more productive, with less effort. Plug-And-Go Nano Transceiver – Leave the Nano Transceiver plugged in when you’re on the go, or stow it in the mouse System Requirements – Computer/Operating System – Requires Windows 7 Hard Drive – 100 MB Available USB port 2 AA alkaline batteries required.

By On August 19, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft Rejects Dolby From Windows 8

Microsoft Rejects Dolby From Windows 8

Dolby Labs has recently reported during in the post-earnings conference call with investors that Dolby Technologies won’t be included in next version of Windows 8 and Microsoft had included support for Dolby Digital Plus directly into Windows 7, the present version of its flagship operating system. The move may be due to the rise of cloud software and streamed movies such that DVD playback technologies are simply too expensive to license………..

By On August 7, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Windows XP Market Share Drops Down Below 50%

Microsoft Windows XP Market Share Drops Down Below 50%

Windows XP finally dips below 50 per cent mark and has been slowly losing momentum duringeach month since Windows 7’s release. The aging OS has been shedding market share each month over the past few years, touching 62 percent a year ago and 51 percent in June before its latest dip in July. Microsoft said it will cut support for Windows XP in another three years and they are trying to persuade users to switch to Windows 7 before then…………..

By On August 3, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft Has To Pay $70M To Alcatel-Lucent For Patent Infringement Claim Back In 2003

Microsoft Has To Pay $70M To Alcatel-Lucent For Patent Infringement Claim Back In 2003

Microsoft has been ordered to pay US$70 million to networking vendor Alcatel-Lucent in a years-old patent dispute that at one time could have cost Microsoft $1.5 billion and the suit was brought by Lucent in 2003, before it merged with Alcatel. The patent was originally applied for by engineers at AT&T, covers a method of entering information into fields on a computer screen without using a keyboard and an earlier trial involving the same parties found Microsoft guilty of infringing on that patent in the company’s Outlook e-mail software, Windows Mobile, and Microsoft Money…………….

By On July 31, 2011 Respond
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A Bay Village Sued Microsoft For Infringing Kinect Motion-Sensing Video Game Controller

A Bay Village Sued Microsoft For Infringing Kinect Motion-Sensing Video Game Controller

Microsoft is being sued by an Ohio-based company called Impulse Technology for allegedly infringing on its patents with the rapidly selling Kinect motion-sensing video game controller and filed suit claimed that the controller-free motion tracking violates its patents for System and method for tracking and assessing movement skills in multidimensional space. The company claims that Microsoft is willfully infringing on these patents and although this will be an interesting piece of news to watch, because other companies have also invested in motion- and position-detecting technologies in gaming and other applications…………..

By On July 24, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Opening The Door Of Windows Phone Mango OS For The Developers

Microsoft Opening The Door Of Windows Phone Mango OS For The Developers

Microsoft announced a revamped developer portal for Windows Phone 7 developers and developer will be able to start submitting their new WP7 Mango applications in August. Microsoft is also announcing that it is expanding its developer reach to seven new markets and developer will also benefit in that 19 new consumer markets will be added. Microsoft is helping programmers with a streamlined app submission process and had shown off a number of new second-generation hardware to support Windows Phone 7…………….

By On July 21, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Owns Microsoft-Sony.com

Microsoft Owns Microsoft-Sony.com

Microsoft now owns Microsoft-Sony.com and Sony-Microsoft.com, the most immediate thoughts of what the domains could be used for turn to a joint gaming console venture between the two companies. The move is worth noting if only because the company doesn’t own similar domains and it could be something as mundane as a joint marketing campaign for Sony laptops or nothing at all…………..

By On July 17, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Working on Social Service Named Tulalip?

Microsoft Working on Social Service Named Tulalip?

It has been revealed that Microsoft is working on a social search service called Tulalip where users can easily find and share stuff. The website was leaked mistakenly when it came online for testing and some users managed to get the information about the domain, and get a sneak preview of the service.

By On July 15, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Licenses GeoVector

Microsoft Licenses GeoVector

Microsoft licenses GeoVector’s augmented reality search for local guidance and potentially opening the door to pointing-based local search being included in future mobile devices like Windows Phone handsets. While much of the technology relies on GPS and a compass for directional-based discovery, the licensor also holds intellectual property for object recognition and it’s unclear whether this element falls within the agreement…………..

By On July 15, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Invests Billion Into Partners

Microsoft Invests Billion Into Partners

Microsoft announced that it will invest 5.8 billion dollars into the Microsoft Partner Network in fiscal year 2012 and the expenditure will be a combination of tools, training and incentives. Microsoft is also starting a new communications competency in which partners can obtain Gold or Silver competencies and offering monetary incentives and license mobility through Microsoft Software Assurance for Hyper-V, System Center and SQL Server to help software hosting partners boost sales by allowing customers to deploy server application licenses with Software Assurance either on-premise or in the cloud………….

By On July 14, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Demoed Windows 8 Tablet

Microsoft Demoed Windows 8 Tablet

Microsoft showcased on Tuesday a tablet running first generation Windows 8 operating system at Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference presentation. At the event company showcased the operating system which looks like Microsoft’s current mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7.

By On July 13, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Patents A Dual-Screen Smartphone

Microsoft Patents A Dual-Screen Smartphone

Microsoft patent suggests a detachable dual-screened smartphone, if Microsoft ever did release such a phone it would certainly stir the waters and the dual-screen design has echoes of the now-dead Courier project, something that caused quite a commotion when elements of its design leaked. The two screens offer separate functions and one practical implementation of the second screen could be as a remote control for the larger display, the whole package still looks big in comparison to today’s razor-thin smartphones and this Microsoft concept seems much closer to becoming real than before………….

By On July 12, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2011: 400 Million Windows 7 Licenses Sold

Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2011: 400 Million Windows 7 Licenses Sold

Quietly making headlines today was Steve Ballmer’s keynote address at this years Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). He gave the “State of the State” address regarding Microsoft’s progress in the last year.

By On July 12, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Brings Explorer Touch Mouse

Microsoft Brings Explorer Touch Mouse

Touch Mouse from Microsoft, Pocket-lint spied a far more interesting product lurking in an unsuspecting corner of the software giant’s London Christmas in July event: The Microsoft Explorer Touch Mouse. Microsoft is much more well known for their Windows operating system, but that doesn’t mean the software giant is not concentrating on other potential revenue streams such as hardware.

By On July 11, 2011 Respond
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