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Microsoft Unveils DirectX 12, Aims To Use It In PC And Mobile Games

Microsoft Unveils DirectX 12, Aims To Use It In PC And Mobile Games

Microsoft has been hinting at a major graphics-related announcement. The company has finally lifted the wraps and revealed DirectX 12, a new set of its graphical APIs which comes with extensive hardware support.

By On March 22, 2014 Respond
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HP May Soon Start Selling 3D Printers

HP May Soon Start Selling 3D Printers

HP has been considering a jump into the fray of 3D printing. The company has now hinted as much by saying that it has a major 3D-printing related announcement coming up in June this year.

By On March 21, 2014 Respond
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Oracle Officially Released Java 8

Oracle Officially Released Java 8

Oracle was supposed to release Java 8 next week. But, all on a sudden, two days ago Oracle released Java 8. Java 8 is the first major update to Java since the release of Java 7.

By On March 20, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft Plans To Offer Windows Phone OS For Free

Microsoft Plans To Offer Windows Phone OS For Free

Microsoft has put a lot of effort into its Windows Phone OS. Yet, the platform lags far behind other contenders like iOS and Android. To patch this gap, Microsoft is now considering offering the Windows Phone OS for free.

By On March 17, 2014 1 Response
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Apple TV Sales Exceed $1 Billion In 2013, More Than 10 Million Units Sold

Apple TV Sales Exceed $1 Billion In 2013, More Than 10 Million Units Sold

Apple has long been referring to its set-top box business as a ‘hobby.’ But that hobby has apparently turned very profitable over the years, garnering a revenue of more than $1 billion in 2013 alone.

By On March 1, 2014 Respond
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Boeing Made An Ultra-Secure Android Smartphone ‘Boeing Black’

Boeing Made An Ultra-Secure Android Smartphone ‘Boeing Black’

Having established itself as a success in the aviation industry, it seems that Boeing is ready to try its luck elsewhere. The company has readied ‘Boeing Black’ which, it claims, is an ultra-secure smartphone built with modified Android.

By On February 28, 2014 Respond
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Samsung Is Readying An Octa-Core Variant Of Galaxy S5

Samsung Is Readying An Octa-Core Variant Of Galaxy S5

Samsung just unveiled its highly-anticipated flagship smartphone Galaxy S5. While the announced model comes with a quad-core chip, it now appears that there’s also an octa-core variant in the wraps.

By On February 27, 2014 Respond
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Willow Garage, A Pioneer Robotics Research Firm, Shuts Down

Willow Garage, A Pioneer Robotics Research Firm, Shuts Down

Willow Garage, a research firm established back in 2006 by Scott Hassan, is shutting down. This is very significant for the robotics industry because the firm was among the pioneers in robotic research and software.

By On February 25, 2014 Respond
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Project Tango By Google Is A 3D Mapping Smartphone

Project Tango By Google Is A 3D Mapping Smartphone

Google has unveiled Project Tango, a smartphone prototype that is able to sense 3D motion thanks to a built-in chip sensor. The project is open to developers who can request prototype kits to be a part of the initiative.

By On February 21, 2014 Respond
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How To Fix Four Most Common Windows XP Problems

How To Fix Four Most Common Windows XP Problems

Windows XP may be nearing its official retirement when Microsoft will no longer support it come April this year, but that doesn’t mean it’s still not wildly popular. Here are a few tips on how to counter five of the most common Windows XP problems.

By On February 17, 2014 Respond
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Virginia Atlantic Will Now Use Google Glass For Rich Customers

Virginia Atlantic Will Now Use Google Glass For Rich Customers

The glaring disparity between in-travel experience of different airline classes is already a fairly controversial debate. Virginia Atlantic now aims to add some sauce to it by using Google Glass in its Upper Class Wing during a six-week pilot program.

By On February 16, 2014 Respond
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Android Apps On Windows Phone: Good Or Bad?

Android Apps On Windows Phone: Good Or Bad?

The curious case of Windows Phone continues to pique the interest of tech enthusiasts. Rumors have it that Microsoft has plans of somehow offering the Android apps on the Windows Phone devices. The big question is, is this good or bad?

By On February 14, 2014 Respond
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Nokia Is Expected To Launch A Low-End Android Handset This Month

Nokia Is Expected To Launch A Low-End Android Handset This Month

We have been hearing rumors about the possibility of Nokia launching an Android handset. The speculation is finally reaching its culmination as a new WSJ report claims that Nokia will finally unveil an Android smartphone this month.

By On February 11, 2014 Respond
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What Are 32-Bit And 64-Bit Operating Systems?

What Are 32-Bit And 64-Bit Operating Systems?

We often hear that a given operating system these days is either 32-bit or 64-bit. What are the key difference between the two and which of them should you go for? The post below explores these questions.

By On February 11, 2014 Respond
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Satya Nadella Appointed As The New CEO Of Microsoft

Satya Nadella Appointed As The New CEO Of Microsoft

Microsoft has attracted quite a few rumors and estimations in the past few days while the company busily searched for a new CEO. It would appear that Satya Nadella has finally been appointed the new CEO of the company.

By On February 5, 2014 Respond
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