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Microsoft Is Trying to Make Windows 8 Mobile Friendly?

Microsoft Is Trying to Make Windows 8 Mobile Friendly?

Windows 8 is coming. And with it a whole host of rumors and uncertainties about how will it affect the overall market. After all, it aims to make room for itself in the already tight mobile market and at the same time keep its dominance over desktop users.

By On December 10, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft’s Kinetic Sensors Useful For Robots

Microsoft’s Kinetic Sensors Useful For Robots

Microsoft may found a market it never even planned for – the robotics industry. The Kinetic sensor by Microsoft is designed specifically for it’s gaming console, Xbox 360′s users. However, the researchers at the robotics department of different universities find it a cheap, viable alternative to other expensive motion-sensor equipment.

By On December 7, 2011 Respond
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Use Microsoft Flight Simular To Conquer The Sky, Beta Version Released

Use Microsoft Flight Simular To Conquer The Sky, Beta Version Released

The fans of simulated flights should be quite happy these days, as Microsoft just revealed that a new software will be available for them soon. The company also announced that accepts applications for the new Microsoft Flight beta flying simulator. So far, the curious fans should know that the new flight simulator brings new elements inspired by the best games in this category, such as a better scenery and terrain, new aircrafts. In this incipient stage of software development Microsoft teams were focused on performance.

By On December 6, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft Steps Right In The Middle Of TV Entertainment Industry

Microsoft Steps Right In The Middle Of TV Entertainment Industry

Microsoft is all set to release a huge update for Xbox consoles come Tuesday. What is an extra-ordinary move by the tech giant is that Microsoft has decided to step right in the middle of the TV entertainment industry. Now you don’t turn on your Xbox just when you have to play a game but also when you want to watch something on TV.

By On December 5, 2011 Respond
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Barnes & Nobles Matches Microsoft’s Wrath With The Best Man

Barnes & Nobles Matches Microsoft’s Wrath With The Best Man

Barnes & Nobles has hired David Boies to defend it in a case filed by Microsoft against B & N over claims of patent infringement. Microsoft had earlier filed the case claiming that the way users switch between different screens on B & N’s Nook Tablet is similar to that of Microsoft and hence, is an illegal rip-off.B & N has denied the claims and has hired Boies, known to be the best antitrust lawyer, to defend the case.

By On December 1, 2011 Respond
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Are You Ready To Buy Microsoft’s $8400 Table PC?

Are You Ready To Buy Microsoft’s $8400 Table PC?

Microsoft launches the second-generation model of Table computer, named SUR40. You can order it now, if you can spare a few thousands bucks. This new model comes with a Samsung flat-screen panel and costs $8400.

By On November 18, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft And Compal Signed Patent Agreement

Microsoft And Compal Signed Patent Agreement

Compal is the latest Android user to sign a patent licensing deal with Microsoft and the news, Microsoft says, means that more than half of the world’s ODMs (Original Design Manufacturing) producing Android and Chrome hardware are paying them for the privilege of doing so. Microsoft also takes the opportunity to criticize rivals that aren’t as forthcoming in protecting manufacturers who use their software and Microsoft has offered a licensing program to makers of Android devices to avoid being sued by the company for allegedly infringing its patents, which was embraced last year by HTC for its mobile phones running Android. Microsoft continues to insist that its licensing program is working as expected and that its approach to patent issues is the best way forward for all parties……………..

By On October 24, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Finally Welcomes Skype

Microsoft Finally Welcomes Skype

Microsoft has officially announced the world’s number one VOIP service will become a new business division within the company, welcoming the real-time communications company and its employees all over the world. The announcement follows an $8.5 billion acquisition in May, which both companies approved and Skype services will be integrated into a number of Microsoft products, increasing the feature-set of the Redmond-based company’s offerings and boosting uptake of the Skype service. The Skype division will continue to offer its current products to millions of users globally and Skype also has an important partnership with Facebook that could help each company compete better with rival online services such as Google+ hangouts, Yahoo Messenger and Gmail Chat………………………….

By On October 14, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft And Quanta Computer Sign Patent Agreement

Microsoft And Quanta Computer Sign Patent Agreement

Microsoft has signed a patent deal with Quanta Computer, the latest in an ongoing effort to convince hardware makers that they need to license technology from the software giant if they intend to use Google’s Android and Chrome operating systems for their devices and the companies didn’t disclose terms of the deal, except to say that Microsoft will receive royalties from Quanta under the agreement. The Quanta name may not ring many bells, but they’re the one of the largest contract PC manufacturers in the world and if Microsoft’s deal allowed them to collect royalties on any Android or Chrome-powered product sold under the Quanta name. The licensing deals Microsoft has inked in the past don’t shine any light on the royalty structure and Google historically hasn’t been a fan of Microsoft’s practices………………

By On October 14, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Sidewinder X6 Gaming Keyboard With USB Port

Microsoft Sidewinder X6 Gaming Keyboard With USB Port

Ready for the next dimension in gaming performance, custom tuning, and action? Then grab on to the Microsoft SideWinder X6 Keyboard-the powerful companion to the Microsoft line of award-winning SideWinder gaming mice. This breakthrough keyboard incorporates a host of powerful features, including a detachable key pad, in-game macro recording, a full media key set, automatic and manual mode/profile switching, two-color dimmable backlighting, and much more. Plus, at the touch of a button, it doubles as your high-performance keyboard for everyday computing.

By On October 6, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft To Manufacture XBox 360 Consoles In Brazil

Microsoft To Manufacture XBox 360 Consoles In Brazil

Xbox 360, one of the most popular game console for gamers. It will be available at lower price from now. Microsoft corporation has announced that they will produce Xbox 360 In Brazil. they will produce up to 17,000 Xbox 360 consoles every week in Manaus, Brazil this October. they are offering at low price in the country.

By On September 30, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse

Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse

Welcome to a revolution in gaming mouse performance, handling, and custom tuning. Microsoft brings SideWinder Mouse introduces one-of-a-kind features like veritcal side buttons, an LCD display, and a unique shape designed for quick and super-precise action.

By On September 26, 2011 Respond
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Casio Inked Patent-Licensing Deal With Microsoft TO Use Linux

Casio Inked Patent-Licensing Deal With Microsoft TO Use Linux

Recently, Casio signed a deal with Microsoft over the use of Linux in their upcoming products which are not disclosed yet. Like many more host companies, Casio also inked the patent-deal paying licensing fees according to Microsoft’s demand. Neither the products nor the price are disclosed yet.

By On September 24, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Windows Server 8 And Azure Platform Now Available For Developers

Microsoft Windows Server 8 And Azure Platform Now Available For Developers

Microsoft is making available to testers preview versions of its Windows Server 8 and Microsoft is making available to testers a developer preview of Windows Server 8, the complement to its Windows 8 client. Microsoft says Windows Server 8 will be heavily influenced by its experience running Windows Azure, the cloud based operating system that Microsoft runs in its own data centers. Azure concepts and functionality will be coming to Windows Server 8 with the new Hyper-V and Microsoft did not say when Windows Server 8 will ship…………..

By On September 15, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft Adds Acer And ViewSonic For Patent License Agreement

Microsoft Adds Acer And ViewSonic For Patent License Agreement

Acer and ViewSonic are the latest companies to execute patent licensing agreements with Microsoft to protect their Android smartphones and tablet devices from litigation in the event Microsoft ever decides to take Google to court for patent infringement and ViewSonic will explicitly be paying royalties to Microsoft to cover Android tablets and mobile phones. The announcement of a license agreement with Acer contains no language about royalties, potentially indicating Acer may have executed a patent swap with Microsoft that doesn’t involve cash. Both outfits have signed a patent agreement that provides broad coverage under Microsoft’s patent portfolio for their tablets and mobile phones running the Android or Chrome Platform………………

By On September 10, 2011 2 Responses
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